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6 WAYS TO EFFECTIVELY ‘START-(IT)-UP’ ONLINE

6 WAYS TO EFFECTIVELY ‘START-(IT)-UP’ ONLINE In an era driven by technology, the world both literally and figuratively has saturated to our hands and not necessarily are we all a fancy 9-5 grinding clown. With the internet spreading its wings like an albatross, making a living off it has become the new efficacious fad. And this fad is proving fruitful for many, given the ease of access it provides in terms of reach, comfort, and availability. Starting a business online is a boon for all those entrepreneurs who may have…

REVAMP OF THE STARTUP INDUSTRY POST THE ADVENT OF ‘GST’

REVAMP OF THE STARTUP INDUSTRY POST THE ADVENT OF ‘GST’ The changing grounds of innovation and employment in India have been a significant part of the mushrooming scene of the new ventures at present. India is ranked number third with more than 4000 currently among the nations around the world with the maximum number of startups.  It has victoriously skyrocketed a number of companies to the well deserved unicorn status i.e. startups being valued at $1billion or more, crucially playing a boss in bringing the unorganized

TOP 10 ENTREPRENEUR TOOLS ESSENTIAL FOR ESCALATION

TOP 10 ENTREPRENEUR TOOLS ESSENTIAL FOR ESCALATION Are you a budding entrepreneur wondering the nature of hiccups you will have to face in your upcoming journey? It’ll mostly be about staying enthusiastic about your tasks consistently and managing everything just right. If you decide to become an entrepreneur, among several other mammoth responsibilities, you’d be responsible for promptly responding to queries, staying in contact with people, making the most of your time, organizing the project and their implications, etc.…

TOP 10 WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS OF INDIA WHO ARE LEADING BY EXAMPLE

TOP 10 WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS OF INDIA WHO ARE LEADING BY EXAMPLE India is a country highly overshadowed by gender stereotypes and a parade of male entrepreneurs trying to only compete with the same sex to prove themselves. But in the last few decades, gender stereotypes have unshackled themselves from the victimized boundaries of being the lesser one. Making a mark in the male-dominated country where the encouragement to the career choices of a girl child is still a fairly fresh concept, but despite these hindrances, the…
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