Home > Blog > Blog > Weekly Wrap-up from Digital World

Weekly Wrap-up from Digital World

28/06/2016
weeklywrapup-dsim

Google partners with Indian railways: Google has partnered with Indian Railways to offer free Wi-Fi at railway stations. 15 lakh passengers are right now enjoying free Internet across 19 major railway stations. Click here to read more.

Nikesh Arora of Softbank resigned: Nikesh Arora of Softbank has resigned last week from Japan’s third-largest telecom service provider and one of the marquee investors in companies around the globe. Click here to read more.

Paytm app to soon work without net connectivity: Paytm one of the most innovative digital wallet has recently announced its future plan of making payment transaction without internet connectivity and also planning to provide free Wi-Fi to all internet users. Click here to read more.

Indian govt. approves 10,000 crore for startups: PM Modi’s “Digital India” has approved ‘Fund of Funds for Startups’ of Rs 10,000 crore, which is expected to generate 18 lakh jobs in the next 5 years. Click here to read more.

Twitter partners with Innovid: Twitter and the video company Innovid have announced a partnership. Twitter advertisers now will focus more towards data and stats to measure how their video clips are performing on the micro-blogging site. Click here to read more.

Share Button
Masters in
Digital Marketing
for professionals & job seekers
Learn how to market a business online just like experts & agencies do it.
Learn from real practitioners not just trainers.

Watch DSIM Trainees Celebrating Last Day of Batch

Watch Demo


Call Us
Free Demo