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An Australian films on demand startup just cracked the world’s most prolific cinema market

- June 3, 2019 2 MIN READ

Demand.film, the Perth-based on-demand cinema startup currently trying to raise $2 million through crowdfunding, has signed a partnership deal to enter one of the world’s biggest movie markets: India.  The agreement with Indian-based VKAAO takes Demand into its eighth market and the alliance adds a range of Indian films, from exclusive titles to classics, to… Read more »

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Tech in Asia launches expansion into India

- December 1, 2015 2 MIN READ

When one thinks booming startup ecosystems, Silicon Valley, Israel, and China are usually the first to come to mind, but India has had a stellar 2015, with an increase of seed funding from $15 million in 2014 to an expected $100 million in 2015. Keen to keep its finger on the pulse, tech and startup publication Tech in Asia has announced that it is expanding its physical presence into India, setting up an office in Bangalore.

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SEEK’s $12.5 million stake in Babajob is just the first in what will be a number of cross-regional investments

- April 30, 2015 3 MIN READ

India is attractive right now for investors. In the last 12 months, investment into India’s tech scene has increased threefold – it has become the world’s third largest startup ecosystem just behind the United States and United Kingdom, according to the 2014 National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom) report. The same report also suggests that the number of startups in India will rise from around 3,100 currently to over 11,000 by 2020.

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Here’s why Accel just committed $305 million to startups in India

- March 27, 2015 < 1 MIN READ

If you Google “startups” and virtually any city or nation in the world, you’ll inevitably find true believers insisting that such-and-such region is the new Silicon Valley. But when it comes to India, Asia’s third largest economy, the excitement from investors and entrepreneurs is real — and for good reason. [Source: Pando.com]