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March 13, 2019
10 MUST-DOS for women entrepreneurs
Neel Mullick lists a few must-don'ts as well!

March 13, 2018
Making investment easier, faster, cheaper for beginners
Is there a better way to empower Indian millennials?

February 09, 2018
Is Elon Musk's Tesla in space the moon landing of our times?
And what happens next?

November 29, 2017
Revealed: What young Indian entrepreneurs fear the most
While more students are open to entrepreneurship as livelihood option, a whopping 71 per cent fear failure as a stumbling block in their entrepreneurial journey

September 29, 2017
'India has a large percentage of women who want to be self-employed'
GlowRoad, a business network for homemakers, is helping women who want to earn from home.

September 08, 2017
The Raw Pressery Story: Rs 5 crore to Rs 250 crore in just 42 months!
Anuj Rakyan, the entrepreneur behind Raw Pressery, has seen his business valuation grow 50 times in a little over 3 years. The sky is the limit, he tells's A Ganesh Nadar.

July 31, 2017
Is your start-up facing the Uber problem?
'As they grow bigger, the trail of their pioneering success often leaves behind a causticity marked by deficient human resource practices, negligible focus on corporate governance and rife sexism.'

July 24, 2017
They are changing the way urban India lives
Prashant Lingam and Aruna Kappagantula are changing the way houses are being built in India.

July 12, 2017
Jeenees: Changing the way we Indians gift

June 19, 2017
Aditi Mammen Gupta: The heiress who chose to be an entrepreneur
Aditi Mammen Gupta, who hails from the family that started Malayala Manorama, MRF Tyres & Funskool, tells us about her start-up.

May 19, 2017
The engineer changing farmers' lives

May 04, 2017
He went to Harvard Business School to help India's farmers
Siddharth Tata's Purple Chilli helps vegetable farmers earn an income 365 days a year.

April 22, 2017
Earth Day: The company that leads other companies to smarter dharma
"The idea is to inform industries about sustainable practices that will reduce their carbon footprint as well as boost their bottomlines," Smarter Dharma founder Sriram Kuchimanchi tells Geetanjali Krishna.

March 20, 2017
They are taking JEE coaching beyond big cities
Talented students in small towns often don't get into national-level colleges simply because they don't get proper training to write entrance exams. Ignus is working to change that.

February 13, 2017
Shadowfax: The Uber for delivery boys
The hyperlocal logistics company hires delivery boys to work for a diverse set of clients like Amazon, Bigbasket, Swiggy and McDonald's. Apurva Venkat finds out why clients and investors love it.

Hansel, the name app developers trust
By facilitating instant changes on both Android and iOS apps, this platform allows mobile developers to fix bugs without user drop-offs or uninstalls. Abhishek Jejani reports.

January 11, 2015
'Ventures fail but people who persist don't'
20 inspiring quotes from Indian start-up journeys

January 09, 2015
10 ways start-ups can benefit from social media
Nobody knows your business better than you. Do know that you need to be closely involved with the social media efforts for your start-up. It is not something which you can just hand over to someone and forget about it. To make it effective, you need to be as much involved in it. If you have the bandwidth and skills to do it in-house, I would recommend going with that option

November 18, 2014
Mantras to successfully raise money for your start-up
Dayakar Pushkoor, founder partner of Naya Ventures, an early stage venture capital firm, lists what young aspiring entrepreneurs should know and do before they start-up and how they can raise money from VCs.

October 31, 2014
The hard life of an entrepreneur: A wife's perspective
An entrepreneur's life is a long grinding journey full of turmoil.

April 07, 2010
'Sustainable development means life for everyone forever'
Raghav Mimani, a third-year student of BITS Pilani, and the proud recipient of the 'Green Globe Foundation Award for 2010' instituted by TERItalks about his passion...

April 06, 2010
'Start-ups need a lot of optimism to succeed'
Isha Siraj Kedia, CEO and one of the four partners of start-up company, discusses the company's busines model, why they started a gifting company, their fear of failure and how they are coping with it and how they manage their business between taking care of their kids and building strategies for their newborn enterprise.

April 02, 2010
How drunk driving affects your car insurance
Reading of the motor insurance policy documents and discussions with the general insurance companies seem to suggest that the affected third parties are eligible to be paid the damages despite the driver causing the accident while under the influence of alcohol.

They gave up steady incomes to follow their hearts
Yashi Desai, Dipti Doshi and Frenny Shah kept a steady job till the entrepreneurial bug bit them. They now run Idea Hub, an advertising agency.

March 22, 2010
'Their smiles are worth more than the money'
Meet entrepreneur Arijit Bhattacharyya whose company Virtualinfocom not only creates quality products but also trains quality professionals.

March 04, 2010
This CEO quit his job to become an eco-entrepreneur
One man's passion about an environment friendly mode of transport has got the humble bicycle competing with the automobiles.

February 25, 2010
'Google and Apple are our only competitors'
Meet Sreelaj John who has developed I Duple, a webtop where you will be able to store your entire digital life.

January 19, 2010
Youth start-ups: From college students to entrepreneurs
Two student entrepreneurs share how they build a successful company even as they prepare for their final year engineering exams.

December 11, 2009
'Indian kids need heroes they can relate to'
Samir Patil who has taken over Amar Chitra Katha and Tinkle talks of taking the classic comics to the next generation and also has a word of advice for young entrepreneurs.

December 03, 2009
'We are in the business of taking away stress'
Twenty nine-year-old Suresh Paryani, who operates India's first executive assistant service, believes that there is a growing need for someone to be at your beck and call.

November 23, 2009
'Most start-ups don't strategise for growth'
Meet Bhairav Kothari whose company Super CFO takes care of the financial needs of start-ups and SMEs

September 18, 2009
Join Mallya, SRK, buy your own cricket team
Harsh Jain, founder of Dream11, a portal offering world's first fantasy cricket game dwells on his entrepreneurial experience.

March 12, 2009
'Fail fast to succeed sooner!'
Everyone makes mistakes when starting a new business. What is needed to succeed is the will to recognise your mistakes and to fix them quickly.

February 09, 2009
Blog your way to your bank
A 23-year-old quit his well-paid job in these uncertain times to start on his own. He expects to earn eight times more than what he sacrificed.

February 02, 2009
Recession: Tips to start on your own
Atul Khekade, CEO, Airnetz, tells young entrepreneurs on how to survive the current economic recession.

November 14, 2008
Business success means taking risks
To be someone like Richard Branson, Steve Jobs or Henry Ford, an individual has to take risky business decisions, which can result in positive outcomes during stressful economic circumstances.

September 10, 2008
Three Indians reinventing
Move over Facebook and Orkut. There is a new Indian kid on the block with a twist. And it's named

June 27, 2008
'You need to be an avid risk-taker to succeed'
Two IIT Bombay graduates on their start up company ThinkLABS and what entrepreneurs should do to succeed.

May 20, 2008
Working from home she runs a Rs one crore company
35-year-old Namita Sibal, a mother of two, started her own Web site three years back. She expects to earn Rs one crore in revenues this year.

May 13, 2008
'We realised the power of Internet can make this happen'
Two freshly-minted IIM-Indore graduates are trying to create a world record of sorts with their collaborative venture

May 08, 2008
'At the end of the day only an idea wins, not an individual'
Four engineering graduates chucked high-paying offers to start a business of their own.

March 26, 2008
'In business, the name of the game is innovation'
In an email interview with's Shifra Menezes, entrepreneur Avirat Sonpal talks about how he started off as an entrepreneur and what it takes to make it big.

March 03, 2008
'Why can't Indians build a great product in India?'
Three Indian entrepreneurs build a software product that promises to give a tough fight to the world's best in the space of domain storage.

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