Photo Credit: Thinkstock

Game-changer: How Indian businesses are fiercely protecting their brands

20 April, 2017

Bademiya, which was established in 1946 at Mumbai’s Colaba, had to painstakingly build its reputation over the years to emerge as an iconic eatery chain. The secret masala recipe, which was passed on within the family, had slowly become synonymous with Mughlai food, in general, and seekh kebabs, in particular, for Mumbaikars.


Leave Your Comment
Social discovery platform Living Local raises $200K in seed funding

Social discovery platform Living Local raises $200K in seed funding

Mumbai-based Urbane Media Enterprise Pvt Ltd, which runs hyperlocal social discovery platform Living Local has raised $200,000 (around Rs 1.3 crore) in seed funding from...
NephroPlus in talks to form JV to expand to Bangladesh

NephroPlus in talks to form JV to expand to Bangladesh

Jasleen Kaur Batra 3 years ago
Hyderabad-based dialysis chain Nephrocare Health Services Pvt Ltd, which runs a dialysis chain under the brand NephroPlus, is in talks with firms in Bangladesh to...
BSE ups IPO size a tad; issue opens on 23 January

BSE ups IPO size a tad; issue opens on 23 January

Ankit Doshi 4 months ago
BSE Ltd has slightly increased the size of its initial public offering and will launch the issue on 23 January, the operator of Asia’s oldest...
No Comments

Game-changer: How Indian businesses are fiercely protecting their brands

Powered by WordPress.com VIP