• PODCASTS
    The next corporate collaboration tool: podcasts?

    Interest in podcasts has grown in recent years: 44 per cent of people in the U.S. have listened to a podcast at some point, according to Edison Research, while 26 per cent do so at least once a month now. But while podcasts may be gaining ground in the car or at home, the streaming […]

  • ENTREPRENEURS
    Best Carry On Luggage for Business Travel

    If you travel for business, then a good carry on bag is a must. Currently, you’re allowed to carry bags measuring up to 9 inches deep, 14 inches wide and 22 inches high onto commercial flights with most U.S. airlines. Best Carry on Luggage for Business Travel There are plenty of different styles, brands and […]

  • LIFE
    7 Most Common Customer Pain Points and How to Fix Them

    Customers expect more from today’s small businesses than ever before. Here’s the 7 most common customer pain points and how to fix them. Most Common Customer Pain Points Providing Inaccurate Information It doesn’t matter what kind of small business you have, clients who call you or contact you online are looking for good advice. If […]

  • STARTUPS
    Important to support SMEs, startups: BSE CEO

    HIGHLIGHTS BSE CEO said it was important to support SMEs and startups because they have the potential of creating wealth He stated that as many as 253 SMEs were listed on BSEs dedicated SME platform and their market capitalisation stood at Rs 22,000 crore BENGALURU: Bombay Stock Exchange MD and CEO Ashishkumar Chauhan on Wednesday emphasised the […]

  • STARTUPS
    Indian startups make a beeline for funding at RISE

    Organisers say there is a 40% increase in number of participants this year and more than 500 investors are attending From tattooing to dress rentals to security solutions, there is an astounding variety of Indian startup dreams searching for funding at ‘RISE 2018’, Asia’s largest tech event currently on in this bustling Asian business capital. […]

  • STARTUPS
    SEBI mulls ‘Snapchat model’ to facilitate listing of Indian startups

    Market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is mulling over implementing a ‘Snapchat model’ for facilitating listing of Indian startups, Business Standard reported. During its initial public offering (IPO) last year, the multimedia messaging app offered shares without any voting rights. The move caught the market’s attention as it allowed founders to tap the market without giving […]