From the Editor's Desk More data is often not the answer. You are already measuring what can be measured. How do you separate the signal from the noise (and there's a lot of noise)? The answer to that question might get you the real insights. More importantly, as Seth Godin says here, data does not get you different. Data gives you the lazy way to get what's next. Real long-term change means rising above the data.
Food ordering app SmartQ raises Rs 1.7 crore funding from YourNest Bangalore-based Bottle Lab Technologies Pvt. Ltd, which runs food ordering app SmartQ, has raised $250,000 (around Rs 1.7 crore) in pre-Series A funding led by YourNest Angel Fund, according to VCCEdge, the data research platform of The VCCircle Network. Vijay Jumani, former CEO of BabyOye.c
Edtech firm Fundamentor raises seed funding Bangalore-based Paratus Knowledge Ventures Pvt. Ltd, which runs edtech startup Fundamentor, has raised an undisclosed amount of funding in a seed round from entrepreneur and former venture capitalist Subramanya SV, as it aims to enhance marketing initiatives, a top company executive told Techcir
Telecom Day: Indian telcos look at consolidation while ringing louder The 2016 World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (WTISD-2016) will focus on the theme: "ICT entrepreneurship for social impact", as endorsed by the International Telecommunication Union Council. While the world focuses on ICT (Information and Communication Technology) enterprises and startups, India telecom industry is heading towards consolidation with four-five huge operators emerging from the shake-out.
Letters: Trai must change its focus It was nearly impossible to implement TRAI order. It is not possible to establish why a call has dropped and what is the duration of a call. This would have led to endless litigations
CCI to look into cashbacks models for predatory pricing : report The Competition Commission of India, the anti-competition watchdog of India, will be looking into digital wallets and ecommerce companies such as Paytm and MobiKwik regarding the practice of cashbacks, reports the Economic Times. The report adds that the CCI is looking into the matter after
Britain Should Stop Trying To Pretend That Its Empire Was Benevolent Those under the "benevolent" rule of empire did not necessarily experience British imperialism as a gift. For many around the world, the costs of empire were not restricted to the occasional episode of violent repression, nor even to structural injustices such as the slave trade. Rather, these were systematic, everyday costs.