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Startup Street: Flipkart's food retail plan, changing Uber's internal atmosphere and the C-CAMP story

Updated : October 15, 2019 09:12 PM IST

In this episode of Startup Street, we bring the story of Centre for Cellular And Molecular Platforms (C-CAMP), which has funded and incubated around 150 startups.

Next, we bring Walmart owned ecommerce player Flipkart registering a new firm Flipkart Farmermart to take on arch-rival Amazon in the food retail space.

Here’s how a software company called Red Hat is helping many leading telecom providers in India switch to the next generation of connectivity and the company chief executive officer is in the hot seat to answer more questions.

In another story, to put an end to allegations of discrimination and harassment, Uber has appointed its first-ever diversity and inclusion officer, Bo Young Lee in 2018. Her immediate task was to help the then troubled company to detoxify its culture and CNBC-TV18 spoke to her about the safety of driver and rider.
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