The big event of the day is the US elections, which is continue to be a cliffhanger. To talk about what a Trump or a Biden victory would mean for tech companies and for India, Startup Street spoke to Brad Gastwirth, chief technology strategist at Wedbush Securities.
Global professional services firm Aon has released findings from its latest salary trends survey in India. As of September-October, 87 percent of surveyed companies report that they intend to pay out salary increases in 2021, and 61 percent of these organisations plan to offer increases between 5 and 10 percent. The study analysed data across 1,000 companies from over 20 industries. Nitin Sethi, CEO, Performance and Rewards, Aon India and South Asia, talks about the key findings of survey.
Multi-stage venture capital firm Lightspeed today announced the launch of the third edition of Extreme Entrepreneurs, a 6-week learning program designed to train high potential founders. As part of the training, selected entrepreneurs get up, close and personal through masterclasses with startup icons. To talk more about this edition Vaibhav Agrawal, partner at Lightspeed, spoke to CNBC-TV18.
European payment services technology provider Worldline has completed acquisition of payments player Ingenico. To talk about this acquisition and what it means for the business in India, Startup Street spoke to Deepak Chandnani, MD of Worldline in South Asia and Middle East.To know more, watch the video.