India's tryst with co-living; Bridging India's smartphone divide

Indias tryst with co-living; Bridging Indias smartphone divide

  • Ramesh Kalyanaraman of Kalyan Jewellers bets big on going digitalAs more and more traditional brick-and-mortar companies look at adapting themselves to an increasingly digitised world, Kalyan Jewellers' Ramesh Kalyanaraman tells YourStory how his company plans to clock Rs 25,000 crore revenue by 2025.Nestaway, Zolostays, OYO Life: India is lovin' the co-livingYoung India has been on the move for a while now.
  • More than ever before, Indians are moving out of their homes and away from their hometowns for either college or work.
  • We may have PGs and hostels and apartments on rent, but now we have co-living.
  • After all, a $93 billion market opportunity is hard to let go of!Why are Zomato delivery executives queuing up outside this restaurant?It all started with a picture that the foodtech unicorn recently shared on its social media platform, of a scene outside Hyderabad's Bawarchi.

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