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?
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!
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.