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CHALLENGES FOR START-UPS IN INDIA

 

  COMPETITION LAWS
  LAW RELATING TO START UPS
 
Start Up Industry in India
Start-up laws in India
Start App India
Start-up Contracts and Agreements in India
Start-up Funding in India
Liability
Taxation
Incentives for Start-Ups in India
Challenges for Start-ups in India
Role of Intellectual Property Rights for Start-ups in India
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Despite having raised good investments, many start-ups struggle to survive the tough competition in the market and are eventually forced to shut down their businesses.

 

The Start-up India Action Plan, which is the layout that the Indian Government plans for Start-ups, is designed to ease the burden for start-ups and provide them many benefits besides a business conducive environment. However, the plan is vulnerable to many challenges such as –

  • Raising of funds which the Government plans to provide for Start-ups.

  • Co-operation from the State Governments, as the Central Government alone cannot execute the plan and hence, will require co-operation from the State Governments.

  • Co-operation from banks and other lenders for providing debt funding to the Start-ups.

  • Lack of manpower and infrastructure in the office of Controller General of Patents Designs and Trade Mark.

For more information about Challenges for Start-ups in India please write to us at: info@ssrana.com

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