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India's online marketplace for Mumbai's slum artisans - Aljazeera.com

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Shaikh is an expert at making items out of leather and faux leather. He lives and works in Dharavi, Mumbai's labyrinthine slum that was once Asia's largest and still remains India's most famous, owing its popularity in part to. via www.aljazeera.com

Indian digital payments market to reach $500 billion by 2020: report - Daily News & Analysis

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The 'Digital Payments 2020' report, jointly published by Google and Boston Consulting Group, projects that non-cash contribution in the consumer payments segment will double to 40%. "The. via www.dnaindia.com

How UniPro tapped digital marketing to catch students' attention - YourStory.com

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Education is empowerment, and India has about 300 million students yearning to grasp that. When pondering on how to reach out to all those thirsting for knowledge in an Internet-driven era and in an education sector spending far too much money on. via yourstory.com

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    India's online marketplace for Mumbai's slum artisans

    Aljazeera.com - 07/24/16

    "I used to cut down on my trips back home to save money to fulfil their aspirations," says the 41-year-old. However, things started changing for the better for Shaikh and many other Dharavi artisans two years ago when Dharavi's first online marketplace

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    Great Falls teen builds bot heard round the world. Now it will become a start-up.

    Washington Post - 07/24/16

    This is one of those columns where I betray what a technological troglodyte I am. It's about a 15-year-old Great Falls inventor named Liam McKinley who beat 250 older techies across 10 time zones to win an international botathon earlier this month. A what?

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    New companies offer Indians ultra-cheap smartphones

    Financial Times - 07/24/16

    The huge interest reflects both the booming sales of smartphones in India — they grew 12 per cent in the first quarter of 2016 while slipping lower globally, according to Canalys — and the limits to consumer spending power in a country with per

  • Daily News & Analysis Daily News & Analysis

    Indian digital payments market to reach $500 billion by 2020: report

    Daily News & Analysis - 07/25/16

    "The smartphone explosion will usher in a new era in digital payments in India over the next few years that will see digital payments exceed $500 billion by 2020 and non-cash transactions exceed cash transactions by 2023," said Alpesh Shah, Senior

  • YourStory.com YourStory.com

    How UniPro tapped digital marketing to catch students' attention

    YourStory.com - 07/25/16

    When pondering on how to reach out to all those thirsting for knowledge in an Internet-driven era and in an education sector spending far too much money on traditional media, Vivek Sharma, Founder & Investor, Unipro Education Pvt Ltd, saw a sea of

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