Start-ups and entrepreneurs in the news – November 2022
Amagi, one of the earliest start-ups incubated at NSRCEL, has raised over $100 million in its latest funding round led by General Atlantic.
Amagi is the world’s leading cloud-managed broadcast services and targeted advertising solutions company that offers live, linear and VOD programming to leading video platforms. Amagi’s solutions help content owners navigate through the media space and stay relevant in times of change.
SaaS technology leader Amagi has already set foot into India’s unicorn club.
Sulekha Dey, CEO of Things Alive Solutions, has won the ‘Woman Entrepreneur of the Year (South) Award’ at the ‘Dare to Dream Awards 2022’, an initiative by TV9 Network and SAP. The award celebrates visionary business leaders who display innovative and digital mindset.
Things Alive Solutions was incubated under the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women programme and works towards revolutionizing current business processes through data-driven edge and cloud solutions, that help enterprises make smart business decisions.
Prachi Bhatia, Founder of Chokhat, won the ‘Digital Women Awards’, an initiative by ‘SheThePeople’, in the ‘solopreneur’ category. Chokhat is a brand that offers home decor and kitchenware products. Chokhat aims at establishing itself as a refreshing brand with products that stand out in the crowd.
Digital Women Awards celebrate women who choose digital to turn entrepreneurs. SheThePeople introduced the solopreneurs category for women who are innovating, experimenting and growing value from little resources and big ideas. Women in small business are not just driving economic outcomes, but are also using this as a way to turn financially independent.