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The Covid shock of 2020 devastated most industries and the startup ecosystem was no exception, Sequoia issued a memo calling coronavirus the Black Swan of 2020 and Nasscom said 40% of Indian tech start-ups were forced to halt operations. Many start-ups let go of their employees, did salary cuts, on    Read More


Sumit Garg, MD & Co-Founder, Luxury Ride Company recently joined with NewsX as part of the NewsX India A-List, where he discussed his start-up trip, the goal of his business, and the future plans of Luxury Ride company . Sumit Garg is a first-generation entrepreneur who wants to carve out a niche for himself in the industry  Read More


Liberalization & reforms have bred successful entrepreneurs in India and the First Generation Companies have made quite an impact in the Indian Economy. The First Generation Companies have made an impression in almost all the sectors of the economy i.e. IT, Infrastructure, Automobile, Real Estate, Power Transmission, Agribusiness, Ed-Tech, Retail, fashion etc.  Read More


With half of 2020 gone in the covid-19 pandemic, it is now clear that the demand for luxury cars will be driven out of tier-I and tier-III markets of India. Reports coming in from almost all the major luxury car makers indicate that non-metropolitan cities are showing increase in demand for premium and luxury cars. Read More


With the cold weather in full swing across the country, many Indians are considering a new-to-them sports car to enjoy during the coming cold-weather season. Covid-19 pandemic has not only changed the lifestyle of people but it has also changed the buying preferences of customers. The demand for Luxury cars/brands were in the rise before the pandemic  Read More


The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the world on its head bringing businesses to a grinding haltplunging revenues, displacing workforce, sending stock market nose-diving and leaving gaping holes in economies, worldwide. Job losses impacting income of millions of working personnel has left them with lesser  Read More


For a segment that was organising and evolving at a breakneck speed in India, the covid-19 pandemic may just hurry up the evolution of pre-owned cars market. The segment had been growing at a steady rate of 15 percent and might see a jump beyond that in   Read More


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