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Startup Street: Experts discuss the state of Indian startup & where it is heading

Updated : September 16, 2019 09:58 PM IST

India is home to more than 20 unicorns. But is the economic slowdown taking a toll on the start-up ecosystem? Two of India’s most storied startup founders, Deep Kalra of Makemytrip and Sajeev Bikhchandani of Naukri.Com speak about the state of Indian startup and where it is heading.

CNBC-TV18 also checks into "Spaces" of the International Workplace Group (IWG) in Noida, the 9th such centre in India, which houses several innovative companies like EY, Uber, and Facebook. Harsh Lambah, IWG Manager spoke to CNBC-TV18’s Megha Vishwanath about the new centre, his thoughts about the buzz around 'co-working' and IWG's future plans in India.

From fashion to medicines, it is quite a shift for Ananth Narayan who is heading Medlife now after heading Myntra earlier. CNBC-TV18’s Mugdha Variyar catches up with the former Myntra CEO and spoke to him about his plans to scale the business, especially as the sector anticipates new regulations.

Lastly, CNBC-TV18’s Shruti Mishra speaks to Rehan Yar Khan of Orios Venture to understand the impact of slowdown on startups.
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