Education start-ups make a comeback, displaying greater variety and attracting considerable funding.
Online grocery is hot. Hundreds of players have jumped in. Several hundred million dollars were invested in 2015 alone. But it has also been a graveyard for start-ups.
India's Internet economy, despite the hype and brouhaha, is still nascent and has miles to go, say some of the country's top digital entrepreneurs at the Business Today MindRush.
Small businesses rise up to the challenges of stiffening competition, increasing costs and slowing export markets.
What sets apart a number of the Indian VC funds from their overseas counterparts in India is also their willingness to invest in start-ups at the business-plan stage, even before these have begun earning revenue.