The National News quotes n. Raja Sujith on Indian start-ups rising to the challenge of big tech

by | Oct 19, 2020

Image & Caption Credits: The National News An Indian shopkeeper receives payment by Paytm mobile phone technology a at stationery shop in Bhopal. Paytm launched a mini-store to rival Google’s app store.Partner and Head of our South India practice, N. Raja Sujith, has been quoted by The National News in their piece on Indian start-ups rising to challenge big tech.

Partner and Head of our South India practice, N. Raja Sujith, has been quoted by The National News in their piece on Indian start-ups rising to challenge big tech.

The article further elaborates how local start-ups, backed by global investors, are emerging with their own solutions. Read the full piece here.

 

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