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Forbes India

08 May, 2020

Ventures versus the virus: 7 Indian startups fighting the pandemic

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Podcast: 7 startups fighting Covid-19 in India
From a sanitary pads company that is now making three-ply masks to one that turned its prison monitoring system to track coronavirus symptoms, these young firms are great stories of agility in the face of a crisis



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    Vivo's V-shaped comeback

    Vivo capped a splendid performance in 2019 by toppling Samsung to become No. 2 in the October to December quarter. Can the Chinese smartphone maker maintain its winning run once the Covid-19 dust settles down?

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    We want to change how consumers view Chinese brands: Vivo's Jerome Chen

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