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5 Cheap tools for startups on a shoestring budget

Five essential tools that will help you stay ahead of the curve while still maintaining your budget.

Sacrifices entrepreneurs make for their startups

The sacrifices that an entrepreneur has to make to let his work speak for himself and his venture are not known to many.
Life lessons from Shradha Sharma

What entrepreneurs can learn from Shradha Sharma, founder of YourStory

Shradha Sharma, founder of YourStory is a rare species of entrepreneur. She is indeed the Elon Musk of entrepreneurship fraternity.

Idea-stage startups: How to value enterprises that are yet to take shape

From the founding team to competition to how quickly a startup can turn profitable, all these factors play an important role in the valuation game.

What every startup and entrepreneur should learn from Sachin Tendulkar

For entrepreneurs there is so much to learn from Sachin Tendulkar. It is not just about having talent but having the ability to nurture it to achieve greatness.

Man behind OYO Rooms : Ritesh Agarwal

The teenage boy – Ritesh Agarwal is the Founder & CEO of OYO Rooms – fastest growing Branded network of hotels offline & online.

Oyo Rooms turns profitable with 15x growth year over year

According to a report shared by the OYO Rooms, SoftBank-backed budget hotel room aggregator OYO Rooms said it has attained profitability at an aggregate level, which means, on an average, they are making profit on every room sold.

Lessons entrepreneurs can learn from Alibaba’s founder Jack Ma

English teacher and Internet entrepreneur Jack Ma founded Alibaba 15 years ago in his tiny apartment in Hanzhou, China. Jack Ma became the richest man in China on the heels of the biggest IPO in U.S. and possibly world history.

Passion, Compassion and Profession: Inspiring stories of 20 women entrepreneurs

Entrepreneur and writer Prachi Garg offers her collection of 20 such stories in her new book, Superwomen: Inspiring Stories of 20 Women Entrepreneurs.

8 Qualities of a startup CEO

What makes some startup CEO great achievers for their organization? Are company founders best suited to be the CEO of the startup?

23 funding lessons for budding entrepreneurs and startups from Shark Tank

The show Shark Tank has some great business lessons for budding entrepreneurs and startups looking for funding and talking to investors for the same.

5 simple steps to motivate employees in a startup

Check out five simple ways to make sure that your workforce is happy to help whenever it counts.

Valuation of Flipkart slashed by two more investors

There is a growing sense of uneasiness within the Flipkart investors as they realize India’s top e-commerce firm to be overvalued. It is still to be seen by how much margin.

Lessons from my 2 years of startup life!

Getting high with lots of ideas? Had many night outs discussing business plans and ideas with friends? Aspiring to startup something?

Amazon pips Snapdeal to become India’s 2nd largest online marketplace after Flipkart

Amazon was India's second-largest online marketplace by shipments last month, industry estimates show, as it dislodged Snapdeal to become the only major player to increase share from a year ago.
Fears that keep you from starting your own business

6 Fears that keep you from starting your own business

Here are the six biggest fears that every entrepreneur and start-up founder had to overcome.

How to get investors for your startup?

These tips can help you not only locate investors for your startup but will explain methods on how to encourage those who are interested to invest money in your startup.
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Why do Indian entrepreneurs ignore the Indian-Ness of their customers?

In India most entrepreneurs and businessman tend to attach themselves to the western aspect of what a startup means – the coolness, the techiness, putting things into place, coding something. They forget that the chole kulche vala is also a startup!

15 Things all great entrepreneurs have in common

15 characteristics that we believe all great entrepreneurs have in common; from Henry Ford and Benjamin Franklin to Oprah Winfrey and Jeff Bezos.

From a farmer’s son to providing Internet TV access to 400 million households –...

Forty three-year-old Uday Reddy is the Founder and CEO of YuppTV, a brand that has grown to become the world leader in converged Over-the-Top (OTT) live TV and Catch-up TV Solutions. Although his services attract nearly five million visitors every month with a peak monthly traffic of 20 million, his journey has certainly not been an easy one.