Stealth • 8h
The Burger King, McDonald's, and Domino's apps aren't very good, especially when you compare their design and ease of use to Zomato, Swiggy, and Eatsure. They often freeze up and are difficult to navigate, causing frustration for many users. Do you think it's just me or do others feel the same way?
Medial • 6h
Top news of the day- 1. Reddit is allowing its power users to invest in its IPO. 2. Swiggy changed its registered name before IPO. 3. T-hub backed influencer marketing startup Starbuzz.ai raised Rs. 4 Cr ($500k) in seed round. 4. Google Pay is shutting down in America. 5. Byju’s founder refuses rumour of being removed by board. 6. SEBI starts using AI for investigations. 7. Uber CEO visited India. 8. Chinese hackers stole 95GB of Indian immigration data. 9. Orkes raised $20M by Nexus VP. Stay updated. Stay informed. Stay ahead. Share Medial App with your friends to grow this community and have better discussions around the growth of India . Please rate us on appstore/playstore to help us be visible to more awesome folks like you!🥁🚀 Complete your profile to access new features that are coming soon!
Stealth • 15h
Startups and their culture are a sham! With salaries going crazy the last few years, I was also in the rat race to join another higher-paying company. And who pays better than a startup? Startups are meant to feed the fame and exit goals of solely the founder. ZERO MISSION. Get on your knees and give a handy to the sloppy technically mundane ideas with an iota of innovation. I was called to the office when I was supposed to sleep and not allowed to leave till the time I was supposed to be in the office the next day. Your efforts would never be appreciated. However, your issues would always be looked down upon. Better to get pegged by a 2/10 than signing your soul to the devil by joining a startup All startups are the same. Do yourself a favor, avoid it, and live healthy.
Stealth • 14h
Valuation is not just about numbers, but about understanding the biases, uncertainties, and complexities that can impact the valuation. It is important to recognize and address these factors in order to make more accurate valuations. The three big problems in valuation are bias, uncertainty, and complexity. Bias can lead to distorted valuations, uncertainty makes it challenging to estimate future cash flows, and complexity can hinder the simplicity that should be at the core of valuation.
Medial • 11h
"The origins of Slack- A multi-billion dollar pivot" (Saturday Startup Nugget Story -4): In 2009, Stewart Butterfield and his team were working on a gaming startup called Tiny Speck. As they built an online game called Glitch, they faced communication challenges. The team created an internal messaging tool to enhance collaboration. Interestingly, this tool became more fascinating than the game itself. Recognizing its potential, Butterfield decided to pivot. In 2013, Tiny Speck officially launched the tool as a standalone product named "Slack." The platform's intuitive interface, threaded conversations, and integration capabilities quickly garnered attention. Slack revolutionized workplace communication, evolving from a gaming company's internal solution to a global business communication powerhouse. Slack's pivot goes to show that we often start with a vision which eventually might not materialise. Be open to ideas and be real to yourself. Most startups pivot and it's okay. Pivots have resulted in multi-billion dollar companies of which Slack is just one example.
Stealth • 1d
Music app like Spotify are the worst. Can't even peacefully enjoy music without premium subscription. It's just shit AF. Really the worst. It would be great if someone creates totally free music app with all features of Spotify ( not gonna happen due to copyright and many other issues, sadly)
Stealth • 1d
I need some suggestions from you all. A guy interested in AI / technology/ business stuff then what Field and degree should he pursue considering in a safer side with a good package and growing market for it. Be more specific. I really want genuine advice from you all.
Stealth • 1d
Hey Everyone , I thinking to build new startup that is online marketplace for marble and tiles industry and people can by any variants using Our platform. Tell me something related to it's work in india Which kind of problem facing after some time. Which problem you faced when you by for your home. And anything...
Stealth • 1d
Recently I contacted someone at a start up for opportunity as intern. It is an ai tech company. I have a great interest to work in startup because I want to build my own in future. It's my dream. They said they will conduct some tech interview like a nrml conversation and I can join. I said all of these to my parents. They said to not to focus too much on this and focus on studies and college or get a govt job. I just though wtf.. I just don't know what to say. It is a great opp for me to grow myself but they just totally disappointed me and they are disappointed too. I felt like why are they restricting me. I felt like they are crushing my dreams. Literally don't know how to react with that🤷♂️.
Medial • 1d
Top news of the day- 1. Yulu raised Rs. 160 Cr. 2. Trust Fintech raised Rs. 5.42 Cr. 3. Indic Wisdom raised Rs. 4 Cr from Inflection Point Ventures. 4. FOIP raises Rs. 23 Cr. 5. Auxilo raised Rs. 50 Cr ($6M). 6. Vice fired hundreds of employees. 7. Funding in startups fell by 32% to $83M this day. 8. Razorpay shifting domicile back to India. Will IPO in 2 years. 9. Delhi HC dismisses co-founder Shashvat Nakrani’s plea against Ashneer Grover. 10. Byju’s investors passed resolution to kick out CEO and his family. Stay updated. Stay informed. Stay ahead. Share Medial App with your friends to grow this community and have better discussions around the growth of India . Please rate us on appstore/playstore to help us be visible to more awesome folks like you!🥁🚀 Complete your profile to access new features that are coming soon!
Stealth • 1d
The entire energy industry is transitioning towards renewable sources, with wind, solar, and tidal power gaining prominence. Much like the gold rush, there's a race to capitalize on this shift. I'm contemplating which industry could emerge as the 'shovel industry' of renewable energy – a crucial support system that thrives while the sector booms. For instance, just as the shovel industry prospered during the gold rush, industries like battery manufacturing, grid infrastructure development, and energy storage solutions could play pivotal roles in supporting and enhancing the renewable energy sector's growth. What are your thoughts on this, and which industries do you believe have the potential to be the backbone of renewable energy?"
Stealth • 2d
A friend of mine is interested in launching a business selling laddoo sweets packaged in fancy boxes, inspired by a relative's wedding where such boxes were distributed. He finds the idea appealing and enjoys the taste of the laddoos. He's considering starting this venture in Hyderabad. Any advice on how and where to begin would be greatly appreciated.
Stealth • 2d