Businesses across the world, especially startups, are dealing with a new concern – the new regulation called General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). 25th May onwards, the entire business world is going to undergo a transition and the question remains if this is going to impact innovation and businesses of Indian startups. Is GDPR in the Indian market going to bring in a big transition for businesses?
Artificial Intelligence is paving its way into the world of entrepreneurs. More businesses are adopting AI-based solutions like chatbots and virtual assistants for their business operations. In the current scenario, it is vital for entrepreneurs to watch out for these AI trends and how to make AI work for the business.
Two friends exchanging ideas and creating a world-changing product out of their garage – an exciting and typical story of starting up? Not always. In most cases, a real startup story does not have such inspirational beginnings, and that is okay!
Everyone wants to be a part of this age of entrepreneurship and mothers are not staying out of the race. Mompreneurship is a thing and it has been growing on a global scale. In the last decade, there has been a significant rise in women-owned businesses. The old school thought that your career growth becomes stagnant once you become a mom does not stand true anymore, and numbers prove that.
Indian techies are dominating the Silicon Valley, as they escalate themselves through powerful positions in some of the most powerful companies. They have moved across the seven seas and expanded the technological boundaries on a global scale with innovation and ideas. These talented Indians have not only earned a name for themselves but have also brought success and pride to the nation.
All successful entrepreneurs have one thing in common – they know how to use their time to the optimum. Entrepreneurship may seem like a life of freedom but that freedom comes at a price. Being able to manage your time and add value to the time spent is one of the biggest challenges for an entrepreneur. The self-motivation and discipline, crucial for a fruitful journey of entrepreneurship, is not possible to achieve if you do not ace personal productivity.
Every business and every entrepreneur has different goals and benchmarks they want to meet and they all take a different path for their journey. However, all businesses operate with the same ultimate destination in mind – see their idea transform into a successful business. This is where the need to be a data driven entrepreneur comes in.
Among the various tips and tricks for finding success and productivity at work, a little bit of laughter is one of the most important and probably the easiest to implement. A light-hearted and fun office is the place that inspires milestones and success, which makes it all the more important to encourage a good laugh at the workplace.
There is more to superheroes than being gifted and fighting evil. They are gifted humans with real emotions and the emotional quotient they work on every day, to become the excellent leaders they are. Superheroes have a way of inspiring you to become one in your own accord. They push you to recognise your strengths, overcome your weaknesses, and find the integrity to make a decision that is right. Here are some of the best quotes from the Avenger Infinity War which will have you walk out of the movie, a better leader.
Entertainment and news are among the top sectors that are tapped into on a smartphone today. The exponential growth of digital media platforms has been possible because of this. The big question this World Press Freedom Day is, have digital media news platforms replaced the printed newspapers in India? Is digital media the future of journalism? Is newspaper a survivor in this era of digital news?
A sedentary lifestyle is the new smoking! Increasing number of employers are now taking up the responsibility of getting their employees on their feet. A sedentary lifestyle is not just detrimental to the physical or the mental health of an employee, but it directly impacts the overall performance and health of an organization as well. The responsibility of the employers is not just to educate their employees about this threat, but also engage resources and try to eliminate the risks of the “sitting disease” among their employees.
Entrepreneurship is tough, and not just for the want of a skill or a business acumen. When you take up the role of an entrepreneur, things get more self-driven. You are the one who has to put in the effort towards setting your goals, driving the growth of your business and yourself, and not being stagnant or running out of ideas. Balancing your entrepreneurial responsibilities with your personal life may become one of the many big challenges, along with the challenge to stay motivated through the ups and downs of entrepreneurship.