A premium Smartphone brand, Nubia, from the Chinese telecom firm ZTE currently strategizes to release 2-3 new models per year in order to enter into the Indian Smartphone market. Nubia has launched its first device - Z9 mini in Indian market. This device will be available for about Rs 16,999 and it certainly aims to sell near about 10 million units of Smartphone globally in the year 2015. The Mango Man, alternatively, endeavours to vend approximately 2L video streaming devices called Teewe 2 by the end of the year. It is almost similar to the chromecast and enables the users to stream content from their smartphones, desktops and even Chrome browser on their TV screens.
The Peesh Venture Capital also invested Rs 6 crores in MeetUniv that is a college search that is based in Noida. It is the information start-up for all the students that look to practise higher education abroad. MeetUniv has a list of about 3000 colleges and universities from different places like US, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Singapore.
DSM also appoints the Country Manager for Solar Biz Global Life, Vivek Chaturvedi. It is expected that Chaturvedi will expand the DSM’s solar activities in India and will lead to growth of solar business in India. It also focuses on this sector and chimes the Indian government. The Hungama.com has also reached a high mark by having 50 million users monthly. Hungama is one the top five companies that provides music and video streaming facility globally. It also includes the platforms like Pandora and Spotify.