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Indian start-ups to get Superbrands status

According to Nasscom, number of start-ups grew 40% to 4,200 in 2015 and are projected to cross 11,500 by 2020

Arnab Dutta  |  New Delhi 

Superbrands, the coveted multinational brand endorser, will be endorsing the most significant start-up brands in this country. SuperStartUps, this project for new businesses in India, will also offer all the associated facilities like profiling of the firm in its annual book and to be able to use the 'Superbrand' status for a year in all its communications. According to a report from Nasscom, apex association of the software sector, the year 2015 saw the number of start-ups in India grow 40 per cent over a year before, to 4,200. The number is projected to cross 11,500 by ...

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Indian start-ups to get Superbrands status

According to Nasscom, number of start-ups grew 40% to 4,200 in 2015 and are projected to cross 11,500 by 2020

Superbrands, the coveted multinational brand endorser, will be endorsing the most significant start-up brands in this country. SuperStartUps, this project for new businesses in India, will also offer all the associated facilities like profiling of the firm in its annual book and to be able to use the 'Superbrand' status for a year in all its communications. According to a report from Nasscom, apex association of the software sector, the year 2015 saw the number of start-ups in India grow 40 per cent over a year before, to 4,200. The number is projected to cross 11,500 by ...

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