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Startup Street: Slice's new offerings and startups that made a splash in 2019

Updated : December 26, 2019 21:40:26 IST

Office transportation solutions platform MoveInSync has had an eventful 2019. It launched into the B2C space and has also just launched operations in South Africa. Startup Street checks into MoveInSync to see how the company has scaled and what their plans are for 2020.

Fintech startup, Slice received NBFC license and expanded to a new customer segment in 2019. The startup, which offers credit and payment options to students and young professionals, is now looking to add more products for its customers, starting with personal loans, investment and insurance products in 2020. Startup Street checks in with the company in Bengaluru to find out more.

Despite the economic slowdown, global investors are willing to take a long term bet on India, that's the assertion coming in from Invest India's managing director and chief executive officer Deepak Bagla. In a conversation with CNBC-TV18's Priya Sheth, he went on to say that his team alone is hand-holding potential foreign investments of $160 billion. She also asked him on what kind of investments he is looking at in India.
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