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Rome wasn't built in a day. It happened brick by brick. Those mini milestone and victories are signs of progress. You are heading in the right direction. Celebrate these wins. Recognise and reward tho...
It's curtain call, Mr Founder and CEO.
I'm laid flat on my back on the fake wood floor in the middle of our office staring up at the disgusting ceiling fan that hasn't been cleaned in over a year, watching a large clump of dust spin around...
"Here's to the crazy ones—the misfits, the rebels, the trouble makers, the round pegs in the square holes—the ones who see things differently." -Steve Jobs, legendary founder of Apple. Ent...
Any entrepreneur who is active in the startup community is continuously exposed to or warned about mistakes made by fellow entrepreneurs, and how to avoid them. Rarely are we ever told about the mistakes we SHOULD make.
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There are certain critical things that all start-ups must do in order to stay in the game. These points are part of the bigger goal of ensuring your start-up succeeds and delivers the returns to you as an investor. Unfortunately, many start-ups often put these points on the back-burner in their earnestness to work on daily operations.
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Women's entrepreneurship in India has evolved at a slow rate. From the vast majority of women entrepreneurs being engaged in labour-intensive, food-based businesses, they now have a presence in almost all the prominent sectors of the economy. In order to make this transition, female entrepreneurs have worked hard in overcoming certain unique societal problems. Fortunately, the signs are clear that better days are ahead.
Actress Asin, who has worked in both the South Indian and Hindi film industries, is finally getting married to businessman Rahul Sharma, co-founder of Micromax. According to a front-page Bombay Times...