Monthly Archives: February 2017

Discipline vs Freedom in Startup organisations

Be the change that you wish to see in the world - Mahatma Gandhi India’s feisty and young startup entrepreneurs seem to believe in this philosophy as they change the way people dress, eat, work, travel, shop, enjoy and relax. They are doing this by disrupting the age-old sectors and creating new businesses. When you…
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Co-working Spaces in Mumbai

It’s only the strength of collective that takes nations forward. We are now seeing it in everyday life, as entrepreneurs are creating co-working spaces to encourage new businesses. The transition from a personal space to a bigger, collective space has always been a journey to growth and evolution. It catapults a mere individual from his…
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How Bootstrapping is crucial?

Bootstrapping is one of the crucial decisions an entrepreneur must make when it comes to outside funding through venture capital or investing via one’s own fund. Whatsoever the decision might be, the impact could be significant. The chances of your company’s success, its long-term prospects, its scale and finally, its relationships with your company depend…
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Start-ups with a social mission

Think “startups” and what pops into mind is probably “artificial intelligence”, “hyperlocal”, or “internet of things”. However, many social sector startups too have carved a niche for themselves and putting in effort to bring a change in the lives of vast populations socially across India. While social enterprises have always not been the poster boys…
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Fast & Furious: Startup Action Plan throws startups into gear

The government’s ambitious ‘Start-up Action Plan’ has managed to push a lot of start-ups into planning and action to shape up their respective businesses. Simplification of the start-up process Clarity on definition: Companies with a technological drive and a passion for innovation and product development and a turnover lesser than Rs 25 crore come under…
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