A path-breaking show that charts the twists and turns in e-commerce. Find out what it takes to go from start-up to the next big success story.
March 3: 2016 was not a great year for India’s e-commerce sector and this year too has been muted. What is the future for India’s e-commerce companies and what are the chances of their survival? To discuss this and more, Siddharth Zarabi of BTVi is joined by Harish HV, Partner at Grant Thornton India, Deepak Gaur, MD of SAIF Partners and Dheeraj Jain, Managing Partner at Redcliffe Capital.
January 20: On this episode of E-Inc, Fatima karan of BTVi caught up with Arvind R Vohra, CEO & Managing Director of Gionee India and asked about his plans going ahead.
December 9: There seems to be a new shopping concept that might change the way we shop. Amazon Go grocery store is Amazon’s latest innovation - a new kind of store with no check out required. While it’s not coming to India just yet it is on a beta stage in the US. Shilpa Ranipeta of BTVi tells us what it is all about.
September 14: With over $4 Billion under management, SAIF Partners is one of the country's leading Venture Capital firms. They have backed over 40 companies including popular names like MakeMyTrip, JustDial, Paytm, BookMyShow and Urban Ladder. To talk about the entire buzz in the start-up environment, Abha Bakaya of BTVi is joined by Deepak Gaur, Managing Director at SAIF Partners.
July 28: Scootsy is a quick, exclusively curate and a quality one stop hyper local delivery platform which enables on-demand gratification of a consumer’s impulse and need based purchases. Watch BTVI’s Abha Bakaya is in conversation with Rishi Khiani about his role at AntFarm and how he has successfully transformed his acquisition of Meals On Wheels to Scootsy as well their future plans.
July 27: Founded by Varun Sheth and Actor Kunal Kapoor, KETTO is Asia's largest Crowdfunding Platform. Over past three years Ketto has managed 10,000 successful campaigns and raised over 40 crores. Bloomberg TV India’s Abha Bakaya, speaks to the founders on their journey so far and what motivates them, their business model and their goals going forward for KETTO.
July 26: Housing.com has finally moved away from all the controversies post Rahul Yadav’s exit. Under the new CEO, Jason Kothari, Housing has heavily restructured operations, worked on building blocks and is already on track for $10MM revenue in less than a year. Speaking to Abha Bakaya of Bloomberg TV India, he tells about how he’s preparing Housing to take full advantage of the pickup in India’s real estate market.
July 22: Ketto is Asia’s largest crowd funding platform. Over the past three years, the company has managed over 10,000 successful campaigns and raised over Rs 40 crore, including mobilising close to Rs 2 crore for relief efforts during calamites like Chennai floods and Nepal earthquake. Watch Abha Bakaya in an exclusive conversation with Kunal Kapoor and Varun Sheth, Co -founders of Ketto.
July 14: The market place is shifting focusing from the discounts to the users buying experiences. Online beauty market place - Purplle with a strong tech back bone is leading the charge. With minimum investment Purplle is already profitable on an ebita basis in key markets. On this episode of E-inc, Abha Bakaya of Bloomberg TV India is joined by Manish Taneja, Co-founder & CEO, Purplle.com, to know more about the same.
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