Profiles of business leaders whose examples of success are crucial now more than ever before for India's future as a market economy Mantras for Success: India's Greatest CEOs Tell You How to Win | 30 Women in Power: Their Voices, Their Stories | ... Open, 4 days ago
NEW DELHI: Usage of social media in rural India has doubled in the past year according to a new report although the total number is still relatively small at 25m. A study published by the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) and Indian ...WARC, 1 week ago
India PRwire 2015-06-13 The nominees for key sectors include automobile to entrepreneurship, Jewellery to Luxury, Cinema to Business & Politics to Social Service at ILC Power Brand 2015 Edition June 13, 2015 / India PRwire / -- Asia's Most ...BizWire Express, 2 weeks ago
Comments NEW DELHI, March 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Marking its first ever Digital Marketing Forum today in Gurgaon, India, Adobe announced the acquisition of new customers - HDFC Life, iYogi, Sterling Holidays, ShopClues, PayBack among many more - ...AndhraNews.net, 2 weeks ago Marketers are on a digital treadmill Express Computer India, 2 weeks ago Use digital to create proprietary brand content, say marketers Best Media Info, 2 weeks ago
MUMBAI: Smartphone adoption in India may not be as deep as in mature economies, but the country's broad range of devices should be no barrier to the delivery of compelling visual ads, according to the managing director of Facebook India. Speaking ...WARC, 2 weeks ago
The Internet & Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) has appointed Nishant Rao as its chairman. Rao currently serves as country manager, India, at LinkedIn. Rao will take over as IAMAI chairman from Rajan Anandan, managing director of Google India. ...Telecompaper, 1 month ago LinkedIn's Nishant Rao takes over as IAMAI Chairman Best Media Info, 1 month ago
"Most of us from India speak fast and our accent varies depending on the region we come from." "Do not oversell the India story and undersell the challenges that India faces." "Stay true to the business and the intent." "It does not necessarily mean that by calling someone by their first name you are closer, or by addressing them as Sir or Ji you are extremely formal." The book Make It In India: Global CEOs, Indo-US Insights is filled with interesting nuggets of wisdom like these. Read ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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