Tag : digital-economy

All Things Digital: Trendspotting 2021 with Nandan Nilekani & Haresh Chawla
All Things Digital: Trendspotting 2021 with Nandan Nilekani & Haresh Chawla

This is a decisive moment in India’s digitisation. The digital rails were put in place over the past decade and 2020 saw a dramatic acceleration of trends that were already happening. Nandan Nilekani and Haresh Chawla discuss the many ways India could ride this train

Trendspotting 2021: Inside India’s Great Digital Reset
Trendspotting 2021: Inside India’s Great Digital Reset

A new set of winners and losers are poised to emerge from the ashes of the pandemic. And a wall of foreign capital is pouring in to fund a slew of digital startups. A peek into what 2021 portends

The race to build a ‘desi’ Super App
The race to build a ‘desi’ Super App

Last week, the Tatas announced their plans to launch a Super App. A whole bunch of global tech giants like Google, WhatsApp and Amazon and a behemoth like Reliance Jio are preparing to jump into the fray in India. And cement their dominance of a trillion dollar digital economy

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Making sense of the New Capitalists
Making sense of the New Capitalists

Your smartphone is the gateway for platform businesses to drive their hooks deep into your psyche and pockets, edge out traditional businesses, and reset markets. In doing so, they are becoming monopolies, the likes of which we’ve never seen before. What is fair play in this new world?

Battles in The Age of Engagement
Battles in The Age of Engagement

The tech giants are rewriting the rules of how business empires are built. How deeply they can engage the millions on their network is the key to the kingdom. No business, including their own, is invulnerable. The concluding part in a two-part series

New Rules of Business 2.0 / Disruptors

Digital inclusion and the $30 billion opportunity
Digital inclusion and the $30 billion opportunity

English dominates the internet, excluding crores of Indians. In this video, Reverie Language Technologies’ co-founders Arvind Pani and Vivekanand Pani talk about bridging the language barrier, what to look for in a co-founder, and why startups should not rush to get investors