Legal framework of Start-ups in India (Zomato: A case study)

  • Parthik Choudhury
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  • Parthik Choudhury

    Student at Army Law College, Pune, India

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India in the 21st Century has been termed and opinionated to be the, in terms of the country’s of growth and establishment of start-up’s, fast paced, with quite a surge than it was expected from a third-world nation. It is not just the pace of growth that is increasing but also the Government support, which has now given a lot more opportunities for different entrepreneurs to come up with different ideas and to get the funding, and to move ahead with what they are expecting of. India definitely has a lot more pool of talent and labour, which makes it very cost-effective for setting up a business. Challenges definitely exist, too, but the best part is people know how to move forward. Different start-up’s like Zomato and Swiggy have also received the right amount of growth, and as of today, Zomato is one growing platform not just generating income but also providing employment. Considering it all, the given research paper has been prepared for understanding how the Indian restaurant aggregator industry has been functioning, what law is applicable to them, how does a law affects it, what licenses are to be obtained before moving ahead and alike.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 3, Issue 3, Page 220 - 234


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