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Know How This Startup Founder Beat His Depression in a Weird but Amazing Way
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Know How This Startup Founder Beat His Depression in a Weird but Amazing Way

The success stories in the startup ecosystem have always been told in a single manner- how a bunch of co-founders meet, discuss a common, yet thriving issue and plan a service to eradicate that out of the system. Soon they get appreciated for their work, raise seed funding or a couple of series funding on top of that and that's it! But is this really the end? Or let's rephrase, ain't it a beginning of something new and bigger? We all must've remembered this dialogue from an amazing movie called 'Spiderman", here it is in case you don't:   This is mostly true in every scenario of our lives, but in case of the startup ecosystem, it holds even stronger. Actually, the journey of an entrepreneur becomes more surprising after he/she raises funding or scales up its business. ...
India Means Business: Modi Tells Global CEOs
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India Means Business: Modi Tells Global CEOs

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today told top CEOs here that India means business and presents exciting opportunity for the global businesses. Addressing a roundtable before a dinner meet, Modi narrated Indias growth story. He was accompanied by top government officials including Vijay Gokhale, Jai Shankar and Ramesh Abhishek. Under the tagline of "India means business", the roundtable was attended by 40 CEOs of global companies and 20 from India. After the meeting, MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar tweeted about Modi narrating Indias growth story and presenting exciting opportunities for global business in India at Davos. The spokesperson also tweeted that the prime minister "hosted a roundtable meeting with CEOs of top global companies". Modi, who arrived in Davos on Monday ...
Why Is Foosball Table Killing Your Startup?
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Why Is Foosball Table Killing Your Startup?

Start-ups are well known in the world however, if you want to generalize, what are they precisely? We can describe them as small organizations which have just starting their journey. Most of them don't have their own particular investment, however they are financed by a people who have. Due to that, we can often see a start-up without a genuine item, which means it is only beginning to develop. The main issue with start-ups is that they need to start from the scratch. They have made a study, they have tried the market and they trust that their product or service has its place under the sun. The only word we have to focus in the last sentence is "trust”. It is the most important feeling in every person connected to the start-up.   Looking for the best people for the job At the ...
Why Starting Your Startup Now Is The Best Idea
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Why Starting Your Startup Now Is The Best Idea

Startup? Funding? Incubation? Mentoring? If these terms excite you, then it’s about time you give starting your own venture a serious thought. The journey isn’t a walk in the park, but if you have faith in yourself and your idea, it will all be worth it in the end. Starting-up today ain’t as hard as it was couple of decades ago and that’s exactly what this article is all about. Having an awesome business idea is one thing, but knowing how to correctly file taxes, or understanding the difference between LLP and a Sole proprietorship, or getting a hold on social media and offline marketing can quickly become overwhelming. There are number of several factors that an entrepreneur needs to look into, before taking the plunge. Here are a couple of them: Importance of Funding for a startup: ...
Be Intellectually Honest And Have The Courage To Change Says Apple CEO Tim Cook
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Be Intellectually Honest And Have The Courage To Change Says Apple CEO Tim Cook

Starting out with his conversation and speaking to an audience of students and to be entrepreneurs at the opening of the Foundry startup hub in Oxford, UK, Cook talked about his early life and what are the key elements to succeed as a CEO and as an entrepreneur. Back when Tim Cook was 21(1988), he says "I wanted to find a job that I loved and I wanted to love the work I did." Having grown up in a "very lower middle-class family" and watching his father working a "blue-collared job" for his family and not doing the thing he would love. Soon after his undergraduate school Tim realized that "the purpose of life is not to love your job. It was to serve humanity in a broad way and the outcome of that would mean that you would love your job." He also says that "after joining Apple, I re...
When Taj and Oberoi Hotels Worked Together to Host a Wedding!!
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When Taj and Oberoi Hotels Worked Together to Host a Wedding!!

A wedding dinner scheduled at the renovated Taj hotel in Mumbai shortly after 26/11 had to be shifted at the eleventh hour despite the food being ready to the Oberoi hostel due to a fire, making it a rare occasion when the two business rivals worked together. Karambir Kang, the then GM of Taj Mahal Mumbai, called it a truly win-win situation - victory for Taj because the guest's function was honoured and victory for Oberoi because it had played the Good Samaritan to its senior competitor and emerged in a very positive light. This incident finds mention in the book "Win-Win Corporations", written by Shashank Shah of Harvard University South Asia Institute and published by Penguin Random House. This bonhomie is, however, not new to the Tata Group, the author says. "In 1970, JRD Tata...