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5 Life Lessons I Learnt to Unlearn as an Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurs share a passion to make their ideas a reality but the path that each business owner takes to fulfill their dream is unique. Summi Gambhir, Cofounder at DigiVation Digital Solutions, candidly shares her journey as an entrepreneur, the mountains she has scaled and the lessons she has learnt along the way. Interestingly, Summi’s entrepreneurial […]

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Where are the women in Make In India’s vision?

Making waves, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s manufacturing dreams for India have a vision to put the country in the big league. What is missing from the lion’s stride is a focus on women’s entrepreneurial capabilities. Modi’s Make in India campaign is a bold call to make the nation a manufacturing hub. Modi’s focus has been […]

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Employing Gandhian Mantras at Work

With Gandhi Jayanti round the corner, here are five work mantras that you can imbibe from the Mahatma’s life. 1. Have strong beliefs One of the qualities that Gandhiji embodied was deep conviction in his beliefs. He believed in the ideology of non-violence (ahimsa), truth and satyagraha (wholistic approach to life). Gandhiji lived for his […]

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Because there are no small & medium dreams

At 48 million, India boasts of the second largest number of Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the world. However, this sector seldom enjoys the same advantages as large corporations and enterprises. Jet Airways introduces GlobalLinker, a unique digital solution that provides SMEs with the ideal solution to manage, connect and gain the Big Business […]

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Investing in Companies that Invest in Women

Research indicates that companies that have more women in senior management positions enjoy greater returns on capital, enhanced innovation and better governance. Sallie Krawcheck, often referred to as the most powerful woman on Wall Street, is actively backing her belief that it pays to invest in companies that have more women at the helm. Sallie […]

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International Women’s Day, “Inspiring Change”

Wishing all the beautiful women and men across the globe an “inspiring” International Women’s Day. While the news that Michelle Obama honours Indian acid attack victim, Laxmi is doing rounds on social media, does it really have to get that bad to inspire change? Wonder what will make this March 8, 2014 different from the […]

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Breaking down gender stereotypes

We are all victims and perpetrators of stereotyping at some point in our lives. Gender stereotyping in particular is deeply ingrained in our psyche and creeps up in seemingly innocuous ways from early childhood. Stereotypes like “Girls play with dolls and kitchen sets while boys with cars and video games” don’t make allowances for children […]

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Google India’s Unique Tribute on Children’s Day

Google’s innovative design concept of “Google Doodle” has caught the imagination of millions of its users.So popular is the idea, that Google has successfully launched “Doodle 4 Google” a competition for users to enter their artistic interpretations of the Google logo.Today, on the occasion of Children’s Day in India, a young Indian girl has been […]

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