Startups in India - How Hard Can It Be?

India is no exception to rising tide of startups...
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The number of startups around the world is increasing every year. India is no exception. How does this country offer to improve people's lives?

Fashion and Gadgets
A few years ago, the Bond & co brand created original cut clothing's trial line. Shirts' shtick in large pockets suitable for any smartphones' size. Also thought out are small headphone openings. The buyers liked the idea so much the brand expanded its lineup this year. And mass production was organized in India, creating new workplaces.

Building materials from trash
Scientists from the Massachusetts Institute have come up with an alternative to conventional construction bricks. Innovative bricks are made from 70% ash. The remaining components: lime, clay, sodium hydroxide. Eco BLAC is planned to be used for the budget housing's building. The first experiments have already been conducted in the Muzaffarnagar.

Shoes or navigator
Lechal brand sneakers were originally designed for the blind. Alternating vibration in the right and left insole pointed the way. The next step was the navigation shoes' release for everyone. Developer Anirudh Sharma and his business partner Krispian Lawrence have added tracking fitness indicators. A pedometer, calorie counter and the interactive trainings' possibility are built into the sneakers.

All features are available using shoes or insoles only. The set can be washed, after removing the electronic. The charge lasts for 3 days active use or 10 days in standby mode.

Trademark Registration
You can protect your brand without leaving your home. The online service Bonamark allows you to not only submit an application for your trademark registration. The site has a function to check the uniqueness. You can also order a marketing research on the intended logo's relevance.

Before launching the project, take care of the brand's legal security. If a startup becomes a multi-million dollar company, trademark registration will be very relevant in the future.


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