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Vivek Rao , I am. Dec, 08 2016

What do you guys think about flipkart and ola asking help from govt?



Srishti Kapoor , DSE alumnus, working as a policy maker Dec, 08 2016


It is hilarious how Flipkart and Ola talk about innovation by merely copying ideas from Amazon and Uber! I used to travel with ola and Uber both at some point in my life but soon have shifted to only Uber because of the ease of service, cheaper cars, the well groomed staff and a cleaner car! Its a capitalist market my friend, play along
It is hilarious how Flipkart and Ola talk about innovation by merely copying ideas from Amazon and Uber! I used to travel with ola and Uber both at some point in my life but soon have shifted to only Uber because of the ease of service, cheaper cars, the well groomed staff and a cleaner car! Its a c


Rohit Kumar , Working as a consultant, trying to explore th Dec, 08 2016


Why are both of them acting all nationalist now, are they not invested heavily by foreign investors? If they hit an IPO will the money not go out of India? Just to ease out their services they are crying for Govt’s help and being patriotic all of a sudden! None of them have been able to match the service quality of their foreign counterparts, all what they can do is raise money and talk about valuations
Why are both of them acting all nationalist now, are they not invested heavily by foreign investors? If they hit an IPO will the money not go out of India? Just to ease out their services they are crying for Govt’s help and being patriotic all of a sudden! None of them have been able to match the


Harish Narang , BITSian for life and beyond. Dec, 08 2016


But dont you think when Bansal says "When a ride goes to Uber for example in India, the higher-end jobs are being created in the US and not in India. The capabilities in the ecosystem are getting created in the US and not in India, while when it comes to Ola the capabilities are being created in India," he does make some sense?
But dont you think when Bansal says "When a ride goes to Uber for example in India, the higher-end jobs are being created in the US and not in India. The capabilities in the ecosystem are getting created in the US and not in India, while when it comes to Ola the capabilities are being created in Ind


Rohit Kumar , Working as a consultant, trying to explore th Dec, 08 2016


No!! They are providing the same story these “Indian” industrialists did earlier as well, If foreign companies come to india they will get their money back to their home counties and thus dont get globalisation in India, but what was the truth we all know, the disparity only grew more and more (b/w the rich and poor) and when these foreign players finally came then came jobs and money in India. This concept of Agarwal and Bansal is stupid and flawed, i would like to remind you, its business they dont care about India, they care about money, plus the investors are not indian so not like the company is Indian!
No!! They are providing the same story these “Indian” industrialists did earlier as well, If foreign companies come to india they will get their money back to their home counties and thus dont get globalisation in India, but what was the truth we all know, the disparity only grew more and more (


Tanya , Almost there! Dec, 08 2016


and they seem to be loosing the valuation game as well!


Akhil Singh , Co-Founder at Awaremonk.com Unlearning all th Dec, 08 2016


Bhavesh said fight is of capital and not innovation. If developing products was as easy as writing a cheque, Microsoft would have great products. - Steve Jobs