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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 Apr 2016
Are you an aspiring entrepreneur? If you’re planning to start up your own business, you are about to enter a whole new world full of highs, lows and numerous challenges at every corner. You could do with all the help you can to figure out how to get to the heart of the matter, clear […]
13 Apr 2014
In a recent interview from Startup Grind in Mountain View, California, Krish Subramanian from ChargeBee give his advice for founders and startups in an interview with Murray Newlands. To find out more, watch the full interview below: These are some key takeaways from the video: Krish is the Co-Founder and CEO of ChargeBee, a company […]
23 Mar 2014
YourStory caught up with Guy Kawasaki – author, speaker, investor and business advisor at SXSW for this exclusive interview on his new upcoming book the revised version of The Art of the Start which was written 10 years ago before the cloud, crowd and social phenomenon. Here’s the video of Guy Kawasaki’s interview with Murray […]
09 Mar 2014
India have yet to win a single game on their ODI and Test tours of South Africa and New Zealand, the latest being a loss in the Auckland Test on Sunday after a spirited fightback. This is disheartening, but it’s from setbacks that we can draw lessons in cricket, as in life or business. One […]
09 Feb 2014
I get this question from time to time from people who are looking to move to India from the US and other parts of the globe. These are very qualified people but the fact of the matter is. for more mature startups, most of these senior roles are already filled.
08 Mar 2013
Vijay had graduated from an engineering college and had secured what many would call a dream job. He was happy with his life and how it was all taking shape. But hardly a year into his job, he could feel the sheen peeling off. It wasn’t anymore that exciting; he was feeling like just another cog in the wheel. He wanted to do something more worthwhile but he didn’t know what and how.
06 Mar 2013