- Migrant workers in India, who are joining the gig economy enabled by technology, will find New Delhi to be the most favourable destination, as per data compiled by human resources firm TeamLease Services.
- Bengaluru, the technology hub of India, is in the second place.
- It took eight years for Ola and Uber to do this, while the entire Indian IT industry employs around 4 million people," R Srinivasan, a professor of strategy at the Indian Institute of Management, Bengaluru, told Mint.
Delhi leads gig economy, not Bengaluru: Report
12 April 2019 3:08 AM GMT