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There are many successful entrepreneurs, with ages ranging from 30s to 60s, shows that the success of a business is not directly related to the age of its founder.
Mindfulness provides the clarity of thought, creative ideas and higher awareness required to make better decisions.
We asked 14 young entrepreneurs what the one thing no one told them.
Keep these five factors in mind when determining the right business startup for you.
The world is full of two types of people; doers and talkers. Doers do. Talkers make excuses.
To give the best chance of surviving the incubation period we have compiled 10 things to research before you start your own startup.
In case of a failure, instead of being depressed, one should try and work harder to make things better again
Expansion is definitely taxing but the fruits borne are definitely satisfying
An entrepreneur needs to be a great leader to motivate his team and make them work as a single entity towards a common goal
Here are few things entrepreneurs need to take care of before setting up their startup.
What if Steve Jobs never created Apple? What if Bill Gates decided to keep his Microsoft idea to himself?
For aspiring entrepreneurs, it is essential to weigh certain pros and cons before venturing into a particular market.
One shouldn’t give up their passion so easily and try and nurture it in spite of the hardships. Instead, one could follow these ways to encash on their passion.
Each day venture capitalists and investors receive hundreds of cold emails and meeting requests from start-up founders and entrepreneurs.
These tasks will take your business from "good enough" to "ready to go" in no time at all.
Building a startup, you love and making it future-proof is an essential ingredient to your startup recipe. But wondering how would you ensure it?
If you’re in your 20s or 30s, and thought of entrepreneurship has entered your mind, don’t write it off as a pipe dream. Dig into some research, explore your ideas and make the most of your youth by pouring your energy into a business.
Indians are known for their keen business sense, and for making money even out of small things. Mohneesh and his friend Ashish, both Computer Science students at DIT started a portal that helps people sell their scrap without waiting for the dealer
The Minions is supposed to be a children’s movie, all about fun and laughter, and not to read too much into it or between the lines. But, the movie offers surprisingly some deep lessons in leadership and entrepreneurship.
Five essential tools that will help you stay ahead of the curve while still maintaining your budget.
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