Monthly Archives: March 2019
72% of India's population actually resides in the rural areas which are why exploring this market is a wonderful idea.
Would you like to show off your company culture via social media, and attract exciting talent?
Newsdog is an indigenous mobile news application catering to the daily news updates.
Bytedance made entry with apps like ‘TikTok’ (formerly Musically) and ‘Helo’ in India.
Push to talk is a versatile technology that allows businesses to stay in contact.
Online mutual funds platform Paytm Money has raised Rs 28.87 crore from parent One97 Communications Pvt Ltd, in exchange for 2.8 crore equity shares of Rs 10 each.
EduTech or EdTech is a form of teaching and learning that makes use of technology.
‘Hoopoe on a Hill’, processes, packages, and sells organic honey and related products online and offline.
Brandless has come up with exotic leather products - its primary product line comprises travel gear and accessories.
Riticka Srivastav, a 24-year old entrepreneur started to sell second- hand books online at her website ‘Book Thela’ at throwaway prices in early 2017.
People who have quit promising careers in the corporate world because they wanted to pursue their passion.
Indra Nooyi has joined Amazon’s board of directors.
The fast-growing e-commerce market in the country will touch USD 84 billion in 2021 from USD 24 billion in 2017.
Platforms like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn have gained massive popularity and it is important for a venture to be active on these platforms for an extensive influence
If the captain of the ship is accomplished and tends to be productive all the time, there are better chances of a successful venture.
Here are the greatest failures/lessons from Jack Ma’s life.
Entrepreneurship is a career which is gaining popularity worldwide but still isn’t very well understood which is why there are so many myths regarding this career option.
Traits which are perceived negatively for the corporate culture are what helps you become a successful entrepreneur.
It has been the top music service provider globally when it comes to the subscriber base.
Grofers expects its revenue to cross Rs 2,500 crore this fiscal year (2019) however Grofers last year revenue was Rs 54.3 Crore as compared to the projected revenue of Rs 100 Crore.
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