About PuneStartups.org

We are a Startup-centered community of entrepreneurs and the official home of the Pune OpenCoffee Club. We usually meet on the first Saturday of every month.

How to get involved? We work as a self-service platform. In all our activities online & offline we value - Initiators, Leaders, Sponsors and Volunteers above all.

We look forward to hearing from you. To get in touch with us: contact@punestartups.org. To learn more about the community's leadership visit About us.


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Full Stack Developer for Food Site 2 Replies

Started by Saket Khanna in Startup Jobs & Freelance Work. Last reply by Manisha Patil 14 hours ago.

Looking for co-founder 2 Replies

Started by Kapil Mahajan in Startup: Share Ideas, Find Partnerships, Investments. Last reply by Manish Kumar Chaurasia on Saturday.

B.E. Project Season Begins: Inviting Startup Founders as Project Sponsors 25 Replies

Started by Nanda Ramaswamy in Startup Jobs & Freelance Work. Last reply by Taizun Kachwala 12 hours ago.

Online grocery shopping store pune - Biggmart 25 Replies

Started by sagar pandurang paithankar in Startup: Share Ideas, Find Partnerships, Investments. Last reply by SANDEEP JAIN Jul 17.

350 sqft Office on rent in bavdhan 6 Replies

Started by Parth in Advertisements, For Sale & Rent, B2b Services. Last reply by Tariqahmed Pinjar 8 hours ago.

Blog Posts

Limited Liability Partnership - Concept & formation procedure


The Concept of LLP was well known in the united states since the 1990’s, but it was first known in India in 2009, with the enactment of the Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008. The main idea behind the concept of LLP was to save the partners from being held liable for the debts of the company, and sell their assets in order to pay company debts. LLP being a different entity from its partners, the liability of the partners is limited to…


Posted by CS Sneha on July 23, 2015 at 3:48pm

'E-IPO' for Indian Startup -Big Move in "Make in India " campaign

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) this week decided to make it easy for local startups to get listed on India’s stock exchanges. The relaxed regulations allow them to have a separate platform called Institutional Trading Platform. The idea is to help startups raise funding from Indian sources instead of depending on investors abroad.

Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India, started the “Make in India” campaign last year. It aims to revive and promote the Indian…


Posted by Anupam Shah on June 27, 2015 at 5:00pm




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