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On 26th January, 2018, the Narendra Modi led government took a giant step in favor of ease of doing business by restructuring the company registration process and also by waiving company registration fees. Now, after the reform, the government claims that the company can be registered in one day...

Agam Berry is an Indian tech entrepreneur, and a man who boasts vast experience in the digital marketing sector. A graduate from Punjab University, he has over a decade's experience in the industry behind him. Described as a 'thought leader' in the field of digital marketing, the sale of...
CBSE To Introduce New Entrepreneurship Course and Case Studies on Flipkart, Ola

deAsra Foundation, an organization aimed at empowering budding entrepreneurs has collaborated with Tata Trusts and Odisha Skill Development Authority (OSDA) to promote entrepreneurship across the country. There has been a strategic focus on improvement of technical education, developing the right infrastructure for skills-based training and more importantly, entrepreneurship development.OSDA...

Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) has launched 'Women Startup Programme' with an aim to train 12000 aspiring women entrepreneurs through its five-week "Do Your Venture" Massive Open Online Course (MOOC). The programme will begin in January- March and is totally free of cost.The programme is organized by NS...

India has moved up one place to the 68th spot on the Global Entrepreneurship Index of 2018, which is topped by the US.India was at the 69th position last year.The US topped the index, which ranked 137 countries, this year also, Jonathan Ortmans, president of the Global Entrepreneurship Network...

Women entrepreneurs in the Indian startup ecosystem aren’t a myth anymore. Though not frequent as one would have wanted, women entrepreneurs are no more a rare sighting in the Indian startup world. While ideation and innovation hasn’t really ever been a problem for the womenfolk, it’s the finance factor...
India Has Higher Entrepreneurship Rate Due To 'Ruthless' Business Traits

Ever wondered why the number of entrepreneurs in India keep multiplying each year? Yes, one can argue that India is a land of abundant talent with passionate people who are willing to fight the odds and bet on their talents, but according to a recent study conducted by the...

Entrepreneurship is a long tough journey and requires one to be committed to the cause for a long haul. During this journey, you will come across a lot of obstacles and hardship but you have to be determined, stayed focused to achieve your goal.This entrepreneurial world seems...
CBSE To Introduce New Entrepreneurship Course and Case Studies on Flipkart, Ola

In order to sow the seeds of entrepreneurship in the minds of Indian children while they're young, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is considering including Indian Startup ecosystem's success stories like Flipkart, Ola, BigBasket andOYO Rooms etc. into their curriculum.Recently, CBSE joined hands with Entrepreneurship Development Institute...

India has lowest entrepreneurial exit rate among factor-driven and BRICS countries surveyed by Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), a global consortium researching on entrepreneurship. According to GEM India Report, 2.3% adults reported discontinuation of their business in 2015-16, among Factor-driven...