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2014-09-05 ArtNo.45313
◆Powai, Koramangala & Okhla: A close look at India's startup hubs
【Mumbai】India's tech startups are choosing their favourite hubs inside colonies or villages adjoining its metropolitan cities. In large metros such as Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai, success of a few anchor companies is luring hordes of startups to their vicinities.
 While the Powai startup ecosystem is emerging around IITBombay, in Delhi, the success of e-commerce companies such as Snapdeal and Lenskart is attracting internet startups to Okhla. In Bangalore, Flipkart's phenomenal growth is boosting entrepreneurial activity in and around the Koramangala and HSR Layout residential colonies. ET takes a closer look at the three hubs.

○The future of GPS navigation in India is platform-agnostic
【New Delhi】The future of GPS in India will see two major usage platforms—GPS tracking and connected navigation.
 This platform includes connected devices built for in-car navigation and tracking, and OEM fitted/after-market navigation and tracking solutions, says Rakesh Verma, managing director, MapmyIndia, a New Delhi based company specializing in GPS navigation, online maps and various enterprise solutions. In an interaction with FE’s Vikram Chaudhary, he adds that MapmyIndia is in talks with various car companies to see how best they can leverage its GPS devices and make them available to end-consumers.

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Powai, Koramangala & Okhla: A close look at India's startup hubs

The future of GPS navigation in India is platform-agnostic

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