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Turning SHGs into entrepreneurial ventures

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Students selected under an initiative of the district unit of Additional Skill Acquisition Programme to form a self-help group of skilled entrepreneurs undergo PC hardware maintenance training in Kannur. The Hindu, 2 days ago

Can India's e-commerce industry survive with app-only?

The thing about technology is that it is ever evolving and what we have witnessed over the last four decades is that the pace of evolution in technology is increasing with time. Till the 1980s, IBM's mainframes were the mainstay of the computing ...
 MapsofIndia4 days ago

PayPal keen to expand business in India

MUMBAI: After its separation from e-commerce major eBay, digital payments company PayPal today said it is now free to partner with its founder's competitors and is keen to expand in India. "It will make sense for us to tie up with all merchants... we'll ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
DNA

India Post piggybacks e-commerce growth as ties with Amazon, Snapdeal bear fruit

Growth is significant in contrast to the 2% decline in 2013-14.
 DNA2 weeks ago Turnaround tale: With e-commerce push, India Post parcel revenue soars 37%  Economic Times2 weeks ago India Post parcel revenue jumps 37% thanks to e-commerce push  DNA2 weeks ago Surprised by growth, Amazon ups India focus  Economic Times4 days ago
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Now, sell your products on Snapdeal, Flipkart easily

The e-commerce sector in India is booming right now. With homegrown online portals gaining popularity and international platforms setting shop in India, more and more businesses are planning to climb onto the bandwagon to offer their products online.
 DNA2 weeks ago
Jagran Post

Xiaomi strengthening R& D in India, to invest in start-ups

Beijing-headquartered mobile phone maker and e-commerce player Xiaomi Corporation is expanding its research and development centre in Bangalore. This will design the products for India as well as global markets. It will look to add 40 to 100 people in the ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago Xiaomi may buy Indian startup for e-comm business  Economic Times3 weeks ago Xiaomi to develop e-commerce business model  Jagran Post2 weeks ago

Xiaomi to set up e-commerce business

Xiaomi has sold over a million smartphones in the first four months of its entry (Representational Image) Hyderabad : Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is developing a full-fledged e-commerce business model for its phones and other devices, said a top company ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago
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Test cricket losing identity because of commerce-driven T20, says new documentary

A new documentary titled 'Death of a Gentleman' raises fresh doubts about the future of Test cricket and asks if the game is losing its identity in the face of stiff competition from commerce-driven Twenty20.'Death of a Gentleman' talks about the decline of Test cricket and the murky world of the sport's administration, featuring interviews of International Cricket Council chairman Narayanswami Srinivasan, England and Wales Cricket Board chief Giles Clarke, former cricketers Kevin Pietersen and ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

No sharp decline seen in Rupee: PHD Chamber of Commerce

"While there will not be any significant upward movement from the current level, it (Rupee) will also not decelerate like August 2013," the industry body said. During the last one year, the rupee has depreciated from around 59/$ in May 2014 (average) to about ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
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E-commerce war hots up as Chinese take on Indian products

At a time when Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government is urging domestic and international companies to 'Make in India', Chinese merchants are making plans to go deeper with 'Made in China' products in the Indian e-commerce sector.  A prominent Chinese business-to-business (B2B) e-commerce company founded by Diane Wang, DHgate, has entered into an agreement with Gurgaon-based Shopclues.com to sell products on the latter's website. DHgate plans to list its products across categories, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Internal Complaints Committee in Private Companies  Foreign Affairs.co.nz42 minutes ago Make in India: Japan picks 11 sites in $35-bn infra push | PM's team gets cracking  Economic Times2 months ago
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