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Be Like Deadpool: invaluable start-up lessons from Deadpool

Can an entrepreneur just watch a movie without thinking of start-ups? Probably not. Deadpool is a total laugh riot and its garrulous humour is meant to, and bound to entertain – but if you watch it with a keen entrepreneurial

5 common traits of successful entrepreneurs

While every individual is unique, I have observed that there are a few traits that all successful entrepreneurs possess in common, irrespective of any demographic or geographical differences or the domain they are catering to. It’s these traits that make

Be Like Deadpool: invaluable start-up lessons from Deadpool

Can an entrepreneur just watch a movie without thinking of start-ups? Probably not. Deadpool is a total laugh riot and its garrulous humour is meant to, and bound to entertain – but if you watch it with a keen entrepreneurial

For God Sake Please Read This Before You Name Your Startup

Let’s be honest, branding your startup is the most exciting yet a tough part when launching a new start-up. You get to name your baby exactly how you want it – for that you don’t want to take anyone’s opinion

I have a feeling that my next big unicorn idea will be stolen!

Well, everybody at some point of time get this feeling and it is absolutely normal. Why “NORMAL” because it is genuine feeling that comes but if you are every now and then fussy about it than there is definitely more

5 common traits of successful entrepreneurs

While every individual is unique, I have observed that there are a few traits that all successful entrepreneurs possess in common, irrespective of any demographic or geographical differences or the domain they are catering to. It’s these traits that make

Hope to get funds for Startup India Programme in Budget, says Nirmala Sitharaman

Union Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today expressed the hope that Budget 2016-17, to be present next week, will allocate required funds for startup India programme. She said her ministry, Commerce and Industry, will do its best to solve the financial difficulties

Tech Mahindra Funded Start-Up MAAS Ties Up With Germany’s SAP

Tech Mahindra, India’s fifth largest software exporter, on Tuesday said one of its investee companies has tied up with Germany’s SAP to develop a citizen platform in the UK. Tech Mahindra-funded MAAS (MicroGrid as a Service) has entered into a

Indian Oil ties up with logistics firm Fortigo to provide tech-based solutions to small truck owners

Indian Oil Corporation, the country’s largest oil marketing company, on Monday announced its partnership with logistics start-up Fortigo, aimed at providing technology-based solutions to small truck owners. Fortigo is funded by various venture capitalists including Infosys co-founder Nandan Nilekani. The partnership between Indian Oil

India’s E-Commerce Space May See A Big Shake-Up With In 2 Years: T V Mohandas Pai

Slamming huge discounts and cashback offers from e-commerce players as “subsidies”, Chairman of Manipal Global Education T V Mohandas Pai has said the industry may see a shakeout in the next two years, or “even earlier”. He faulted the business

BSE Forms Advisory Group to Develop Start-Up Listing Platform

Stock exchange BSE has set up an advisory group to suggest ways to develop BSE Hi-Tech, a platform to help start-ups list and access capital from sophisticated investors in the securities market. The 13-panel group, which held its first meeting

Fear Of Change Vs Career Opportunity — Is This Bump Worth A Jump?

Beep, beep, beep!!! Your morning alarm blubbers you out of your dream filled sleep and let you know that it is MONDAY. Those blissful moments of your warm bed shatters your mood as you remember about the pile load of

Why nobody will steal your shitty start-up idea

1- Because nobody cares. 2- Because an idea is 1% and execution is 99%. 3- Because the same idea executed by different people will lead to totally different products/businesses. 4- Because there are no revolutionary ideas anymore. 5- Because the

Country’s Start-Ups Regime Complex, Difficult: Amitabh Kant

Admitting that the country’s regime for start-ups is “complex and difficult”, a top official on Tuesday said the government was working “in a big way” to improve the country’s taxation, patent and registration ecosystem. “… regime for start-ups is complex

PM Narendra Modi must support new start-up ventures, says Infosys co-founder Nandan Nilekani

Prime Minister Narendra Modi must support new ventures just like a large corporation needs its chief executive to give directions and nurture ideas to grow, says Nandan Nilekani, technocrat and co-founder of one of India’s best known IT companies, Infosys.

Government Says Working on Plans for Major Thrust to Start-Ups

In a bid to encourage start-ups, the government is taking steps that will exempt them from various rules and regulations till they achieve a particular turnover, a top official said on Thursday. Lots of start-ups are coming up in the