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5 Self-Made Women Tech Leaders to Follow

The Indian startup ecosystem is booming, with nearly three companies joining the Unicorn Club every month in 2021, as per a report by Hurun. Linked to this success story is

RBI’s accommodative stance to pave way for 9.5% economic growth: Experts

The Reserve Bank’s decision to continue with its accommodative monetary policy stance would pave the way for a double-digit economic growth, said the industry and experts on Wednesday as the

How MobiKwik is supercharging its brand as it gears up to go public

Going public is the beginning of a new story for many brands. MobiKwik, one of the early players in the digital payments sector, is set to write a new narrative

Leading Women Entrepreneurs & Experts Discuss Women Entrepreneur-Led IPO

The number of women entrepreneur-led IPO entering the market has increased over the years. Here are some of the leading women entrepreneurs and experts to talk about the same. Watch

How BNPL works, whom it suits, risk factors, watchouts

Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) is the new kid-on-the-block, when it comes to the financing options for the borrowers. Besides personal loan and credit cards, now borrowers are getting an

Should you opt for ‘buy now pay later’ this festive season?

‘Buy now, pay later’ (BNPL) is the latest finance fad among Indian consumers as fintech companies try to woo them with enticing offers this festive season. Boosted by aggressive promotion

MobiKwik Zip aimed at informal workers

MobiKwik’s Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) offering is focused on individuals who are currently not served by credit card providers. Upasana Taku, co-founder, of the fintech company tells Mint about this and

MobiKwik bullish on core business, buy-now-pay-later launched in May 2019

In the first quarter of this financial year, financial technology firm MobiKwik, which filed an initial public offering in July, acquired almost seven million users. It expects to get 20-30

In its latest campaign, MobiKwik asks users to ‘Spend Now Pay Later’

When your bank account has insufficient funds, have you had to urgently spend on medicines? Or, maybe pay the electricity bill? It sounds all too relatable, right? MobiKwik, in its

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