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Let’s face it: cloud-based services, offering the triple advantages of affordability, flexibility and scalability, are a boon for cash-strapped startups and businesses looking to grow quickly.
5 May 2016
An apple farmer & professional photographer did what no Indian had done before: These #RealHeroes were powered only by passion to scale the peaks of success
2 May 2016
This article is powered by icreate The entrepreneurial ecosystem and landscape is changing apace across India. There is tremendous enthusiasm and an urge to create impactful startups that can solve a variety of ‘pain-points’ in society and industry. The recent announcement of ‘The Startup India, Standup India’ initiative by the Union government and several other […]
27 April 2016
Meet these five individuals who left their well paying jobs, followed their heart’s calling to pursue their passions, and are hugely successful today.
27 April 2016
The entrepreneurial journey has two possible outcomes. You either succeed, or you learn a whole lot and grow as an individual because you couldn’t succeed. For women entrepreneurs there is a third possible outcome: you could become a trailblazer and chart a path that other women can follow.
14 April 2016
Kstart, a seed programme designed by early-stage investor Kalaari Capital, has launched a ‘Survey on Women Entrepreneurship’. The survey is an attempt to understand the current landscape for women entrepreneurs in India. It has also started the Startup Girls’ charter to increase the number of women in startup boards, encourage women CXOs in startups, and […]
13 April 2016
The film’s official trailer signals a narrative of one young management student’s (Arunoday Singh) fight against gender violence and moral policing.
12 April 2016
Pearl Academy focuses on internationalism, entrepreneurship and employability, catering to the needs of the design, fashion, and the retail industry.
12 April 2016
Real Amazon Stories, brings us two real-life stories of children whose dreams came true because somebody cared enough.
30 March 2016
One initiative that’s been driving innovation among startups and rewarding them for their ideas and execution is Lufthansa Runway to Success.
29 March 2016
For Qualcomm Design in India Challenge, the names of the 10 shortlisted companies is scheduled to be announced in early April 2016.
16 March 2016
By 2018, the number of Internet users in rural India is projected to reach 280 million, a high jump from 60 million in June 2014. Are Internet companies and tech startups positioned to grab this expanding market? What are the challenges faced by Internet companies to go multi-lingual? In the next half a decade, experts predict […]
9 March 2016
This article is brought to you in association with Ariel. While we continue to make progress towards women’s equality outside the home, her role within the household continues to be taken for granted. There continues to exist an imbalance when it comes to the division of household chores. With attitudes embedded right from early childhood, changing […]
9 March 2016
Makeup artist Roopali Agarwal took her business to the next level by using Urban Clap and being able to service targetted clientele and enhanced networking.
7 March 2016
Rabbler is now moving beyond its social polling feature to embrace the world of public coversations by bringing enabling reachability like Whatsapp.
23 February 2016
This article is sponsored by Qualcomm. The Qualcomm® Design in India Challenge team returns to Bangalore this weekend. Meet us at 11.00 am on Saturday in Koramangala. You can also meet us in Kochi on Monday, 22 February at 3.00 pm. Request an invitation with details of the events. [Check out glimpses of the previous […]
19 February 2016
To WOW, you must differentiate yourself, which means do something a little unconventional and innovative. You must do something that’s above and beyond what’s expected. And whatever you do must have an emotional impact on the receiver.
16 February 2016
This article is sponsored by Chevrolet. Remember how predictable our lives used to be? It didn’t matter how wealthy or ordinary we were, our lives were ruled by tradition and set patterns. Groceries came from kirana stores; clothes from textile shops and vehicles from auto dealers. Even surprises were predictable in a way. Gifting happened […]
14 February 2016