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CEO, at Simplibuy Technologies (P), Ltd.
( Arun Purohit, the author of this post is an Entrepreneur and cofounder of Simplibuy. He is struggling with his fitness state ever since…Continue
Added by Pawan Purushottam Kadu on December 7, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments
While many brands have entered the Indian market, many have faltered and only a few have succeeded. The primary reason for this has been that only very few companies could understand their target Indian consumers from various angles.
In her book ‘We Are Like That Only’, Rama Bijapurkar has brilliantly tried to bring out the intricate side of the ‘consumer India’ which is definitely very different from…Continue
Added by Ken Blake on September 21, 2011 at 12:48pm — No Comments
What is your excuse? If you are a wannabe entrepreneur, you certainly must have heard or read this question from the more aggressive advocates of Entrepreneurship. Aggressive or not aggressive, the truth is that although people understand the importance of Entrepreneurship they are still wary of taking the plunge and hence shield behind reasons – the excuses!
Shielding yourself does not really solve the problem. In fact it delays the process and increases the risk of the ‘Sword…Continue
Added by Ken Blake on September 16, 2011 at 3:38pm — No Comments
Becoming an entrepreneur is not a big deal. I am sure many of you will disagree to a great extent from this statement. But the truth is becoming an entrepreneur is not a big deal if you recognize that entrepreneurial traits such as perseverance, curiosity, risk taking appetite, need to learn and excel are already present in all of us. But these get moulded and channelized differently. As our traits are moulded differently we Our outlook gets restrained and we fail to look the other…Continue
Added by Ken Blake on September 14, 2011 at 2:24pm — No Comments
It is the phase that every entrepreneur faces.Software startups spend their maximum time deciding the type of contracts they would like to appeal. The two varied types of contracts are the Fixed Price and Time & Material contracts.A fixed price contract is very similar to what it sounds. It allows a fixed bid that can be quoted for a defined set of work.The Time and Material or T&M contract seems like an hourly employee, where you are paid a predefined rate for the actual hours…
Added by Ken Blake on June 2, 2011 at 7:30pm — No Comments