Regina Mihindukulasuriya

Regina is a reporter for BW Businessworld. In her previous assignments, she has worked with Independent television Network as a news anchor and reporter in Sri Lanka

Latest Articles By Regina Mihindukulasuriya

Toffee Insurance: Lessons in Selling Insurance to People Who Don’t Buy It

Toffee Insurance is honing the habit of insurance-buying in Indians starting a young age, effectively readying a pipeline of potential customers to traditional insurance companies

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Butcher Shops May Go Extinct Thanks to ‘Chilled Meat’ and Startups Delivering It

‘Chilled meat’ is changing the face of a Rs 11 billion dollar Indian meat industry, slowly but surely hustling out butcher shops and wet markets

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Tier-II Cities are No Good for Small Fashion Startups

Which means nascent startups like GetNatty must go against popular data and first establish themselves in Tier-I regions

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Some Indian Startups Make a Fine Union Between Brand Relevance and Customer Loyalty

A brand must be useful to as many consumers as possible; if it isn’t, then it must change business model to be more useful, relevant [and indispensable]

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Online Gaming is Not a Loser Activity Anymore

A study released by Dell indicates gaming is mainstream now; 50% Indian gamers think it increases strategic thinking

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Actor Sushant Singh Rajput to Promote Dipping Bhim App Usage (and Women Entrepreneurship) for Niti Aayog

BHIM app hasn’t done as well as it did it in the early days of demonetization; Rajput’s popularity may appeal to youthful mobile internet user base

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Blume Ventures Portfolio Company E2E Networks Sees Positive Start to Public Trading

E2E Networks, the cloud computing company from Delhi, began trading on NSE’s platform for SMEs on a positive note

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Oil and Gas Companies Increasingly Invest in Clean Tech, Analytics, IoT

The oil and gas industry’s number of investments in startups hit record levels in 2016 and 2017: CB Insights

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Farm Demolished and Agri Methods Booed, Triton Foodworks Champions Hydroponic Farming to Success

Despite heavy losses and drawbacks the startup earned over 1 crore in revenue for 2017 and is planning to launch its own B2C brand of produce.

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Ant Financial Enters Restaurant Business with Zomato Shares

Zomato is raising $150 million from Alibaba’s Ant Financial. In addition Ant Financial is buying another 6.66 percent stake of Zomato for $50 million.

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