For online vendors who end up scratching their heads in confusion when it comes to reconciliation of accounts with e-commerce platforms, Ahmedabad-based start-up Don’t Scratch Your Head (DSYH) saves the day.
Ahmedabad-based start-up Jolly Food Fellow (JFF) has brought together two of Gujarat’s most prized posessions—the entrepreneurial spirit of the state and its cuisine—and created a platform showcasing the wide range of d
Textile mills in Tamil Nadu have drastically cut back their cotton procurement from Gujarat, which had long been a hub for premium cotton, in favour of states like Telangana and Maharashtra, in the wake of increased adulterat
Even as demonetisation continues to haunt industries in Gujarat, there appears to be an unofficial diktat within the corridors of power to sweep it under the rug, ahead of the eighth edition of the Vibrant Gujarat Summit, sch
If you want to take a real hard look at the astounding skill-sets of the differently-abled, visit ‘Cafe in the Dark’ —an edutainment (education and entertainment) zone run by Ahmedabad-based social start-up DialogueMake
With production having slowed down to about 50% for most micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) since the demonetisation of R500 and R1,000 notes by the Centre, a spectre of unrest is beginning to haunt labour...
Gujarat, one of the major cotton-producing states, is facing a shortfall in the crop's supply due to the Centre's sudden decision to scrap Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes in a crackdown on black money in the country.
In an exclusive interview with The Financial Express, Gujarat finance minister Saurabh Patel confirmed that a new auto policy is on the anvil, and promised that it would be as lucrative as the earlier ones.
Dedicated Initiative for Sustainable and Holistic Agriculture (DISHA), which markets mangoes on the lines of cooperatives, is all set to offer farmers crop insurance, in a first of its kind initiative in Gujarat.
Cotton ginning factories in Gujarat have been facing overcapacity problem for the past two years. Around 1,300 ginning units in the state, which have a total capacity to process 2.5 crore bales of cotton, are producing only 9