The Entrepreneurship Cell, IIT Bombay presents the Entrepreneurship Summit 2017 – a confluence of industry veterans, business leaders, entrepreneurs, visionary students and anyone who has a vision to make the world a better place. Continue reading “The Entrepreneurship Summit 2017”
Being held in the breathtakingly beautiful campus of CEG, Anna University, Enantra is a colossal fest with six mega events and will be South India’s Biggest Entrepreneurship fest. The humongous footfall of over 600+ participating colleges and 800+ corporates will witness a phenomenal program that won’t fail to impart every bit of knowledge required by the vying groups of student entrepreneurs, developers, marketing gurus and any like-minded individual. This might well be a start-up’s tipping point. Continue reading “Enantra – The Fest for Entrepreneurs”
Why is it so hard to set up a successful startup within the healthcare profession? Despite the massive size of the healthcare sector, due to the ever-aging population and demand for improved care, startups within the sector seem to struggle breaking ground. It seems unclear as to why this is the case. It could be due to patients’ confidential data, the lack of healthcare professionals, or the sluggish growth of the industry. However, in recent years, startups have seen a glimmer of hope with more entrepreneurs breaking into the healthcare industry. That said, the industry is crammed with challenges for emerging startups. Continue reading “Why Healthcare is One of the Hardest Industries for Startups”
If you are planning to become an accountant, studying for the CFA exam is probably high on your academic list. Here are a few tips for attaining your financial certification requirements:
Make A Plan: Studying for the CFA exam to fulfill your financial certification requirements can be challenging. There is a lot of material to cover and a multitude of practice tests that you can take to help prepare. However, with a bit of planning, you can make all the studying manageable. Create a plan that takes your existing schedule into account and allows you to study a little bit every day. Continue reading “CFA Study Tip & Tricks”
As more and more Indians get access to banking, they are also looking to create wealth by the simple expedient of keeping their savings invested for longer periods of time.
It is safe to assume that India is in the midst of a banking revolution, the likes of which has never been seen before in the country.
The World Bank estimated that up to the year 2014, the penetration of banks in all segments of India increased from 35% in 2010 to 53% in 2014. When the ruling political parties at the Centre changed in 2014 and the present Government floated its Jan DhanYojana Scheme, a further proliferation of savings bank accounts took place. The scheme aimed at financial inclusion for all classes and masses of society – and by January 2015, over 125 million new bank accounts had been opened. Continue reading “Savings accounts, and the trend of annual interest return”
Workmen’s Compensation Policy is an essential requirement for employers in order to save themselves from the expenses or cost of legal liabilities towards an employee due to injury, temporary or permanent disability or death of an employee in the workplace during the course of employment. Continue reading “6 Benefits of Workmen’s Compensation Policy only the Best Organisations Know About”
“What you plan today will lay the foundation stone for a better future,” this line would have been told too many of you at different stages of your life. Well, it’s not cliché rather; adhering to this rule will help you build a strong future for yourself. We have always heard a lot of preaching but what actually needs to be done on ground level remains hidden. Here we will be unveiling few career planning tips which will help you shape your career and strategize your next move. Continue reading “Career Planning Tips For College Students”
Environments are pretty fickle things. One moment, everything can be operating well, and in the next moment, one employee walking in with a negative attitude, one difficult customer, or one power outage later can have an entire company up in arms. In any ecosystem, one species in the chain has an effect on the whole system and this can ultimately lead to the downfall of a company, if things aren’t attended to and if attitudes and work ethics aren’t cultivated to created a positive work environment. If you’re looking for ways to create a positive work environment in 2017, there are 3 ways you can do that: Continue reading “3 Ways to Create A Positive Work Environment in 2017”
An old business adage says that if you’re not growing, then you’re dying. As the world and the market around you evolve, your company must make constant changes to continue on a growth trajectory lest you quickly find yourself becoming obsolete. Entrepreneurs and business leaders tend to be risk-takers who embrace change, but employees are likely to resist it. There’s a lot you can do to help your employees accept change with more enthusiasm. Continue reading “Ways to achieve employee buy-in while implementing changes”
Starting a nonprofit organization is a commendable move. However, there are quite a few considerations you have to make in order to ensure you are getting started off on the right foot and that you have everything you need for a solid organization. Here are four major things you have to get in order before your business officially starts business.
Expanding your business to new markets can be tricky due to the risks involved. Mortgage loans come to the rescue. Read on to know more.
A new market, in simple language, can be defined as the selling of your existing product or service to a new demographic for a new purpose. A business becomes successful only when it starts to penetrate new markets. This is what made Facebook a global brand and this is the reason why people are equally crazy about Apple products in India as they are in the United States. Continue reading “Looking to Explore New Markets? Keep These Things in Mind”
The degree of MBA has become a demanding degree these days. In fact, pursuing MBA has become a hot topic of debate nowadays. MBA or Masters of Business Administration is a very expensive study programmes but it is really worth it. Continue reading “MBA Colleges in UPSEE”
American businesses, both small and large, face a lot of challenges, especially in their infancy. Arguably, one of the biggest challenges that they face is tax regulations. Often times, these regulatory obstacles can be a silent killer that cripples an otherwise growing business to the point of no return. In other cases, it presents an on-going mission to find ways to dodge regulations and pay less taxes to ultimately improve profits. Continue reading “5 Reasons Tax Regulations Challenge American Businesses”
A dwindling return on your worker’s productivity can be disheartening for management. Finding ways to motivate your employees to try harder and be more productive is difficult, and promotions aren’t available to offer every day. Continue reading “Engaging in Ergonomics | 5 Pro-Productivity Tips to Revamp Your Workplace”
Some entrepreneurs start out hoping they’re on the way to becoming the next Richard Branson, dreaming of their future multibillion corporation and the private jet that will fly them one from one exotically-located meeting to the next. Others just want to escape the rat race with a small, family-friendly business that has enough customers to see it ticking over year by year and forming a comfortable retirement nest egg. Continue reading “3 practical steps for successfully expanding your business”
You might feel fulfilled in the workplace because you contribute to your industry and your company, but sometimes professionals want to do more. If you’re interested in benefiting your community and people in need, you can use your expertise in the nonprofit world. Following are four ways business professionals can give back to others. Continue reading “How to Contribute to the Community”
Your office can tell a client all they need to know about you and your business.
Take a look around now – what do you see? Perhaps some mismatched furniture, or that cheap chair that really isn’t as ergonomic as it claimed to be. Imagine you are seeing your office for the first time – what would you think of the person who sat behind your desk? If you are the business owner, what does the reception area, carpets, furnishings and decor say to you about your business? If the answer you got was hard to swallow then read on. Continue reading “Executive Enhancements | Switching Your Workplace From Lame to Luxurious in 5 Simple Steps”
Big businesses are in business because they know how to handle money. If they didn’t, they wouldn’t have the kind of standing and worldwide recognition that they do. Business is a complex operation because there are a lot of working cogs that make the machine run. A business owner has to be sure that each cog is well oiled so that everything runs like clockwork. Continue reading “3 Reasons It’s Important Your Business Cuts Don’t Revolve Around Employees”
It was only just a few short years ago that medical marijuana was a highly controversial subject and only a handful of states had laws on the books protecting patients from prosecution if they had a doctor’s prescription. Now, more and more states are passing laws to legalize medical or recreational use of cannabis and as a result, some states are even beginning to realize a profit from the industry. So why would the cannabis industry need accountants and business administrators? Actually, if any industry did need professional help in terms of accounting and business operations it would be the cannabis industry for several very good reasons. Continue reading “Why the Cannabis Industry Needs Accountants and Business Administrators”
Fear is a very powerful form of emotion found in everyone. Some may fear flying in a plane, some have fears of driving, some may find it hard to face decisions, while others just procrastinate and end up doing nothing. Fear for many is a state of mind, in which an individual may find it hard to get things done or think that it is not easy to perform the task. However, since it is only a state of mind, it may be easy to overcome it, as we need only to think on pondering over them, act and see them disappear. Continue reading “These 6 Advices Helped Me Overcome My Fear of Failure”
Looking for a good online MBA program to get enrolled? Well, it is obvious that everyone wants to get quality education from well-known universities that are prestigious. The biggest hurdle is usually to identify these top business programs in the world reported ach year, and even more problematic, getting to determine which MBA program is best to get into. Continue reading “Top 10 Online MBA Programs for 2017”
If you’ve been dreaming about becoming your own boss, knowing whether or not you are ready to take the plunge into healthcare entrepreneurship is essential when it comes to taking the first steps towards a potentially lucrative and rewarding career. Along with having a great healthcare product or service to offer to patients and clients, healthcare entrepreneurs must also have the right knowledge, skills, experience and attitude in order to make their healthcare business venture a success. Read on to discover some expert tips to help those aspiring to start their own business in the healthcare industry to succeed. Continue reading “Top Tips for Aspiring Healthcare Entrepreneurs”
In 2015, DS decided to part ways from its parent, Citroen, in a move that would make history. The two brands had been intertwined for 60 years, with the original DS model proving a massive hit throughout three decades and remaining one of the most recognisable cars in the world. Continue reading “Why Did the DS Brand Separate from Its Parent, Citroen?”
While equity and infrastructure are both important for the operations of your business or start-up, the real assets to maintain should always be your employees. Giving employees enough room to grow and pushing them to be better are the two things every business must do in order to continue to grow exponentially. Continue reading “How to Grow Your Employees as Assets”
In the UK, some 7 million of the workforce are classified as disabled. This means a person with a physical or mental impairment that has a ‘substantial’ and ‘long-term’ effect on their ability to do normal daily activities. As an employer, you have an important responsibility to ensure all staff are carrying out their job to the best of their ability and some disabled employees need additional provisions if they are to perform their best. This can be anything from custom keypads to support furniture. Continue reading “Arranging travel for disabled staff”
The world is growing at a fast pace and so is our thinking. Now we don’t live in the rigid thinking where medical and engineering used to be the staple career choices of youngsters. Time has changed and so are we. Continue reading “Top 5 colleges in design”
Whether you’ve been running your own business for years, have multiple businesses behind you, or are just starting out, being an entrepreneur often calls for you to draw on a lot of knowledge and experience in all kinds of different things. Even if you already have an educational background in business, or another area applicable to your niche, continuing to study and learn is vital to keeping yourself ahead. Continue reading “Why Studying Business is a Good Idea Whatever Stage You Are at as an Entrepreneur”
The success of your business depends on how well you carry out its operations. It is usually a delicate venture which can turn out to be the biggest breakthrough in your life if it is carried out properly. At times, just a single mistake can lead to its fall, consequently making you incur massive losses. Fortunately, if you understand these blunders early enough, you can save your business from various misfortunes. The following are some of the mistakes that you will never want to make: Continue reading “5 Mistakes You Will Never Want to Make as a Business Owner”
Funding is a hurdle perpetually resident on the road to starting a new business. While many successful entrepreneurs in the UK resorted to venture capitals from start-up investors and some others to helps and loans from friends and family, there is a small group that utilised only the little funds they had and still managed to achieve success where more privileged entrepreneurs were failing. Continue reading “Four UK entrepreneurs who bootstrapped their way to success Without Venture Capital”
IIT Delhi is launching the Executive Management Programme in Strategic Innovations, Digital Marketing, & Business Analytics. This is a weekend based 6 month non-residential programme under DMS/CEP, IIT Delhi. Programme eligibility is graduation in any discipline.