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Twitter rose from the ashes of a failed startup called Odeo to go on to become the #1 platform for discovery and become widely recognized as the SMS of the Internet with 300 million monthly active users as of 2019.
With its mission to help bring creative projects to life, Kickstarter helps finance creativity and innovation not just for art world elites but also for people that do not have a creative background, facilitating projects in various...
In just three years after its launch in 2017, TikTok has taken the social media world by storm. With around 1.9 billion lifetime app downloads and about 800 million monthly active users worldwide, TikTok has become the 7th most downloaded...
If we were to ask a random group of people to list down the search engines that they’ve used, most would say Google. A few of them, particularly millennials, might even say Bing or Yahoo. 
While Zomato & Swiggy are the leading players in the Indian food delivery industry, the two companies have taken different strategic directions otherwise.  In our blog on Zomato’s business model, we discussed the three key...
While Zomato was started as simple restaurant listing directory in 2008, the company has come a long long way since then venturing into multiple business segments, making the business more diverse that a Zomato user interacting with...
Most of us have heard about BYJU’s – The Learning App, but not many know that the seeds of the company were initially sown offline by the founder Byju Raveendran. First, he became a teacher who was...
In 2018, US consumers spent more money on Airbnb than they did on the hotel industry giant Hilton and its subsidiary brands, according to a report by second measure, a company that analyses anonymized debit and credit...
The expected value of the global gig economy, which is a term used to classify independent contractors/freelancers, is projected to be $455 Billion by 2023.  In 2018, the global gig economy generated $204B in Gross...
The earliest medium of spreading news & information at a massive scale was the printed newspaper, which was first published weekly in Germany from 1609. In their early days, newspapers were expensive because they were sold directly...

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