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Posts by Banasree Purkayastha

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by December 19, 2017 General
  •  device, electricity bill, Quasar Enviro, KFC, McDonald’s, HSBC, Costa Coffee, Dunkin Donuts, Pizza Hut, Dominos, Axis Bank, Dell, IndusInd Bank, Standard Chartered, electricity 
    This device can reduce your electricity bill up to whopping 40%; here is how

    The device tracks the compressor’s functioning and switches it off once the saturation point is reached. In this energy saving mode, the evaporator fan keeps running so that the AC makes maximum use of the stored energy in the cooling coils.

  • digital media startup, startup digital media, digital media history
    Startup Live History India: When the past virtually comes alive on screen

    In the recently released period movie Victoria & Abdul is a scene where Queen Victoria expresses her desire to have a mango, the king of fruits that has its origins in India.

  • Track And Tell IoT startup, IoT products, Trak N Tell, car tracking solutions, IoT gadget, iOS apps, Brian Acton, Pranshu Gupta, Trakpod, Trak N Tell app
    Trak N Tell IoT startup offers vehicle tracking solutions, promises safe ride

    The IoT start-up offers vehicle tracking solutions to individual car owners as well as OEMs

  • Devita Saraf, Devita Saraf interview, japanese enterprenuer Devita Saraf, Devita Saraf japan
    India as a product design hub: Vu TV founder Devita Saraf reveals strategy for Indian companies

    When you think of Japan, what comes to your mind immediately? A tech powerhouse, leader in electronics, et al. Similarly, when you think of Italy, what comes to your mind immediately?

  • Sabena Puri, co-founder, Stage3
    From fashion, women’s apparel on rent to designer wear in plus sizes and more, here is what Stage3 startup is all about

    Wearing designer clothes that don’t empty out your bank account is perhaps the dream of many a youngster, especially during festival times or the wedding season.

  • E-commerce, apparel category, Electronics, formal wear, ombre lane, fablestreet
    E commerce: Startups Ombre Lane, FableStreet focusing on selling formal western wear for women professionals online

    At a time when fashion e-commerce is vying with electronics for the largest online selling category label, several start-ups are targetting niche segments within the broader apparel category.


  • Televisory launches data analytics & operational benchmarking platform

    At a time when the importance of data analytics in shaping corporate strategy is increasingly being recognised, Televisory, a start-up based out of India and Singapore, has launched its data analytics and operational benchmarking platform.

  • Financial advisory services, Robo Advisory, Robo Advisory startups, artificial intelligence, fintech, clearfunds, Kunal Bajaj, Ishaan Gupta, Wixifi
    Financial advisory services: Robo Advisory startups offering algorithm based solutions now

    Robo-advisory leverages the power of artificial intelligence to give automated, unbiased, personalised investment plans, select the right funds to build your portfolio and monitor your investments, all at a fraction of the cost of a human advisor.

  • ‘I wear both quantitative and qualitative lenses’

    After Hours with Saurabh Yagnik, EVP and Business Head, Sony PIX and AXN

  • Saket Saurabh
    Start-ups are very demanding, but exciting: Saket Saurabh, CEO, #fame

    Start-ups are the only place where one must do strategy and tactics and think about everything from the big picture to the smallest detail in execution…


  • The sum of the parts will always be greater than the individual: Kishore Jayaraman, President, Rolls-Royce

    After Hours: Kishore Jayaraman, President, Rolls-Royce India and South Asia


  • Dos and don’ts

    Shaadi.com’s latest ad allows women to set their terms and conditions for marriage without donning the rebel tag

  • ‘The lines between work and fun are pleasantly blurred’

    As an entrepreneur I get to transform my vision into reality and have the opportunity to innovate. What could be better than that?

  • nescafe coffee
    Time to smell the coffee

    As the first ad in a campaign, this would have been great. As a sequel to the hugely popular ad featuring the stuttering comedian, this Nescafe ad is a letdown

  • “I do not like getting stuck in my own thoughts”

    After Hours with Sanjay Jhunjhunwala, Managing Director, Turtle Ltd 1. I love the challenges that come every day in our dynamic business scenario. I enjoy mentoring a team of young and energetic people and helping them build a national level brand that comes from the eastern part of the country. I love being in the […]

  • ‘It’s important for the team to stick together’

    We are growing at a breakneck speed and I love such a high-energy work environment where everybody has only one aim—to maintain Foodpanda’s leadership position.

  • ‘I thrive on organised chaos’

    The 3D visualisation tool ‘Kaleido’ that we recently launched is the perfect example of this.

  • Maruti Suzuki S-Cross: Royal Treatment

    While Maruti Suzuki may be hoping to elevate its brand image with the Nexa showrooms, whether the high-end customer will play along is the million-dollar question

  • Maruti Suzuki S-Cross: Royal Treatment

    While Maruti Suzuki may be hoping to elevate its brand image with the Nexa showrooms, whether the high-end customer will play along is the million-dollar question

  • Rajiv Kumar, Revlon India
    Challenges prod me to keep innovating: Rajiv Kumar, Revlon India

    After Hours with Rajiv Kumar, Sales & Marketing Director, Revlon India

  • Neeraj Jain, Zopper CEO
    I hate missing timelines: Neeraj Jain, Zopper CEO

    After Hours with Neeraj Jain, CEO, Zopper

  • Manyavar Independence Day ad campaign
    Manyavar’s I-Day ad campaign is a smart move to tap on festive season

    By inviting its target audience to wear traditional attire to celebrate Independence Day, Manyavar extends its reach beyond weddings; a smart move with the festive season round the corner

  • ‘The joy of bringing order into chaos is what I love’

    I love the madness, the chaos and then the joy of bringing order into the chaos. Things that I love about my job have little to do with the job….

  • ‘I have deep respect for Japanese brands’

    My association with the internet and e-commerce dates back to the 1990s. It was a time when people were hardly aware about the emerging technology.

  • Laundry woes

    If the idea was to do something different so that viewers would sit up and take notice, the Lloyd washing machine ad works with its unisex positioning

  • ‘I detest complacency’

    The same job everyday could get tedious but working with Timex has been thrilling as every day requires me to overcome challenges to create a brand that symbolises technological innovation.

  • faasos
    Identifying great talent is the best part of the job: Jaydeep Burman, Founder & CEO, Faaso’s

    One job I am dedicated to, is to look for great young-at-heart talent to build the largest and most loved

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