“We will continue to see a convergence of the digital world and physical world. Those who conquer that trend would be market leaders.” – John Phillips, Pepsico Inc
In this episode of Startup Sunday, The Entrepreneurship Cell brings to you insights on the newly formed E-Commerce policy of India which came into force from February 2019.
“If you want to be rich, you need to be financially literate. People with low financial literacy standards are often unable to take their ideas and create assets out of them. We were not taught financial literacy in school. It takes a lot of work and time to change your thinking and to become financially literate.” – Robert Kiyosaki
College graduates spend 16 years gaining skills that will help them command a higher salary; yet little or no time is spent helping them save, invest and grow their money.
In this edition of startup sunday, we will cover a financial research and advisory startup, Crealth Research & Educare.
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Finance Minister Mr. Arun Jaitley is all buckled up to present the Union Budget 2018 of India for the fiscal year 2018-19 on February 1. This is going to be the last full-fledged budget presented by the Modi Government before the 2019 General Elections.
Looking at the current landscape of the startup industry, we present to our readers a pre-budget series providing a comprehensive analysis of the general state of affairs of key sectors in India including agriculture, eCommerce, logistics, health, education and real estate from the lens of the startup ecosystem. This series also comes with the expectations of different stakeholders in the Indian startup landscape from the upcoming budget 2018.
Qrius earlier started as ‘The Indian Economist’ back in January of 2013 is a leading digital magazine that focuses on publishing high quality articles and opinion pieces on business & economics, policy, politics, culture, foreign affairs and more.
With a broad range of In House Analysts, Contributors from around the globe, and over 100 content sharing partnerships with organisations from across the world, they aim to present to the reader a unique perspective on the most important issues of the day in various fields. Their Moto is ‘For the curious Mind’ as they developed Qrius into forum where curious minds meet and discuss a diverse range of subject areas that affect business, politics and society in general.
Entrepreneurship Cell got an opportunity to interview Mr Manan Vyas founder of Qrius, and brings to you the story of Qrius this Sunday
For many growing up in India, education means getting a degree. That is the main reason that some people don’t really find their work life actually interesting down the line! Recruiters also don’t find them competent enough on their skill set. The picture is dismal on both the sides!
This Sunday we bring you the Story of Rachit Jain (Founder Youth4work) who is set to solve this particular problem and has set a goal to skill profile 1 Billion people across the globe, improve their skills and showcase it to the companies to get right people onboard.
Start-ups have become integral units of our modern society. It is so deep rooted and obvious in the present world that life without it would be tough. You might not agree? Let us imagine a day of your life without start-ups- no inshorts, no cab services, no recharge from mobile, no social networking, and no professional links. Sounds tough. Isn’t it? This Sunday we bring you the story of one such start-up which renders services to students in style. We bring an exclusive interview of Mr Amit Hans from Educorp Consultancy Private Limited.
“Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself” – John Dewey
Remember those good old school days, when the major purpose of our life was to have highest collection of Pokemon tazos and not to worry about our future jobs. But even that time we all dreaded learning Math and most of us used to go to private tuitions, ran most of the time by Mom’s highly educated friend.