#August 2017, #Middle East, #December 2017, #India & The World

An Indian banker set to expand his start-up base to the UAE elaborates on the reasons behind this move.

Rubique is a FinTech company based in Mumbai. We offer a lending marketplace platform which provides individuals and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the country with frictionless access to a wide range financial services products including loans, credit cards and insurance products.

#December 2017, #More from this edition

Digital India has led to a change of mindset geared towards innovation and technology.

India feels like a changed country this year. Travelling around and meeting people around Mumbai as we approach the end of 2017, I see many signs of this – from the use of mobile wallets on the toll roads, to digitalisation of systems providing provident fund management as part of employee pension schemes.

#Yearend 2015, #Start-up Watch

Vardaan Vasisht started his career in consulting at Accenture in India and moved to the US to join a start-up named Beyond Interactive, which at the time was setup in a dorm room at the University of Michigan and emerged as one of the first successful digital advertising agencies in the dot com boom era.

#October 2017, #COUNTRY FOCUS/Australia

The world’s 13th largest economy is the ideal investment destination for Indian organisations seeking international expansion to secure access to natural resources – minerals and energy – and create assets, technologies and brands, claims the country’s trade and investment commission.

An economy with 26 years of consecutive growth integrated with Asia, Europe and North America; globally competitive industries; a smart, skilled workforce makes Australia an compelling investment destination.

#August 2017, #Guest Columns

A UN climate expert believes India is on the cusp of becoming a global leader in the field of sustainability.

There are three things that, for me at least, best characterise modern India. And it is because of these qualities that I’m so convinced that the country is on the cusp of becoming a global leader in climate action and sustainability.

#June 2017, #Other Highlights

Anuj Rakyan is the founder and Managing Director of Raw Pressery, India’s first cold-pressed juice company. From an idea born out of his kitchen to being on the cusp of taking India’s raw and unprocessed products global, the 37-year-old shares his journey with ‘India Global Business’.

What in your view makes Raw Pressery a start-up success?

While experimenting on creating an honestly healthy beverage, I focused on simplicity and applied the philosophy of All Good, No Bad. The team and I have been driven by this philosophy to bridge the gap between healthy and tasty by making products that we as consumers would choose to buy.