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Why India Needs Culture of Entrepreneurship in Classrooms

While there are successful examples of young innovators like PC Musthafa (iD Fresh), Sampriti Bhattacharyya (Hydroswarm) and Vijay Sharma (One97), the harsh reality is that an inordinately large number of start-ups fail. That’s the reason why academic institutions and organisations must assist and support the development of entrepreneurs in order to ensure high survival rate. Young Indian entrepreneurs are making headlines with regularity. After an entire generation of cautious Indians who viewed entrepreneurship with suspicion-preferring stable and predictable careers in government service, banks, as doctors, lawyers and engineers-the tide is turning.

Catch ‘Em Young: Should Entrepreneurship Be Taught in Schools?

Just a few days ago I was reading a column by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Thomas Friedman in which he stresses upon the need to get millions of American kids, not just the bright ones, excited about innovation and entrepreneurship again. This in order to prepare a million new businesses that won’t simply give brief roadway occupations, but steady jobs that keep America on the cutting edge. To accomplish that, Friedman further made a suggestion – ensure every American kid knows about National Lab Day, get the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship to every middle and high school teacher and bring every…

Entrepreneurs Spur on Company Formation in Dubai

Dubai is known to be the commercial hub of United Arab Emirates. It is not only a major attraction for smalltime entrepreneurs from around the world dreaming to form a company in Dubai, but also a nesting place for leading companies wanting to expand their operation in the Middle East and African regions.

Familiarity Can Disrupt Team Performance

Small business owners and entrepreneurs wear many hats to get all the work done to run their businesses. As the business grows, others join the team in a variety of capacities and a core team develops. Each team member also wears several hats and they often cover for each other as workload increases and pushes time and capacity to the limits. Even with just three members in a core team, maintaining the alignment with your goals, policies and practices can be difficult.

Smartphone APP Company Start-Up Case Study – From Seed To Weed

Okay so, as a business consultant I work with a lot of start-ups with great ideas, and I’d like to give you an example of one, and how those entrepreneurs would hypothetically go about launching their business strategically and getting it off the ground. This business model is a Smartphone APP company that would allow people to vote via smartphone or participate in government run surveys using their high-tech companion. Let’s talk shall we?

The “Devil You Know” Principle: Family and Failure

Going into business with family is great – unless you’re looking to grow. Family businesses are fine, if you’re going to just ear a living: think of Dad’s Shop, O’Malley Family Restaurant, or Dad and Sons Moving. If you want to start the next Starbucks or McDonald’s, read on.

10 Mistakes to Avoid When Buying a Hotel Business

Don’t get blinded by the wonderful prospects in the hotel industry. You need to take extra precautions to ensure you don’t end up making a bad deal.

Up-Leveling Your Success – Is a Coach or Mentor Best?

If you look at top business achievers, you will find one common denominator: They didn’t do it all alone. High performing entrepreneurs and business owners know that to truly excel requires guidance and support. Are you wanting to be a high-performer? If so, you might be wondering what kind of guidance do you need exactly? Do you need a mentor or coach?

Bringing An App To Market

The App market has always been popular especially as a marketing tool for businesses but for many it has seemed out of reach, even if you have a fantastic idea for an App, many people have no idea where to start, who will build the app and even if they can afford to pay for an App to be built. There are different categories of Apps and these include Games, Social networking, lifestyle which may include dating and travel, productivity, News, Entertainment and the utilities Apps which may contain notepads, calculators, anything that may make a…

How to Assess the Impact of a Decision

Overcoming the decision-making plight is a three-step process: Define the time frame – Setting a clear timeline and forcing yourself to take action within those set boundaries will help keep you from further procrastination. Gather information – If you feel that you are not knowledgeable on the topic, gather additional information from an expert or another team member. This will allow you to understand the details of the situation and feel more confident in making a decision.

Your Dreams Can Come True! How? Within YOU Is a Successful Dream & It Is Waiting to Come Forth!

YOU have a unique blueprint that is encoded with your calling to be able to make your Dreams come true. Never give up is one of the secrets.

5 Ways to Enjoy Your Work

Your work can represent eight hours of your day, which is a third of your life. It’s important to enjoy your work as much as you can to live a happier life.

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