The week that was: From Zoho's experiments in villages to a superbike manufacturer making COVID-19 masks
Before making status updates and posting check-ins on Facebook became a thing, a mobile social network called ImaHima sent users status and location updates on their mobile phones way back in 1999.
The brain behind this technology, Neeraj Jhanji, says he was always looking to build the next big thing â€“ an idea that could change the world.
Facebook acquired the patents for check-ins and status updates from Neeraj in 2013.
Bengaluru-based electric vehicle startup Emflux Motors, which has been focusing on manufacturing electric superbike Emflux One, is now working to meet the increasing demand for face shields.
The founders, who believe that electric technology can completely change the transportation and mobility landscape, aim to produce high-performance electric motorcycles and create an ecosystem of partner OEMs.
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Forbes mentions the criteria for a successful startup, “They have a product that meets a need, they don’t ignore anything, they grow fast, and they recover from the hard-knock startup life”.
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