Looking for some honest words of wisdom? Hear it all from Ashok Soota, the serial entrepreneur who started small and is now tasting the sweet fruits of his labour. Ashok Soota (inset below) often describes himself as a late-stage entrepreneur and a late-late-stage serial entrepreneur. He may have started late -- but when you think of scale in the Indian IT industry, Soota is the man that comes to mind. Starting a business isn’t easy, but building scale and growing large are far tougher. Rediff.com, 1 month ago
I am on my son's Facebook page, but we don't interact much, says Jayesh Kataria, 50, taking a seat at a Girgaon Chowpatty café. A walk from his south Mumbai office where he works as sales manager, the café is our meeting point during his lunch ...Mid Day, 1 month ago
MAURITIUS TIMES This Week's Highlights Issue: Friday 24 July 2015 • EDITORIAL Chasing Trifles Mauritians appear to be losing their cheer. Most of the time, they are up in protest against one thing or other these days. The ...MauritiusTimes, 1 month ago
Do you think you have it in you to start a business and lead it to success? Here are some tips to help you get started with. With start-ups popping all over the Indian economy every other person wants to quit working and start their own business. Though the idea and execution of launching a start-up is not impossible, it isn’t easy either. If there is one thing consistent in starting a start-up it’s the fact that nothing is consistent. If you are planning to walk this path of ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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