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Small Enterprise Magazine, July’14 Issue: Challenges in growing from Small to Big

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Bitter it may be, the truth is that often owners themselves are the biggest obstacles which limit the growth of their business. Unfortunately many SME owners do not have a vision for the future. In fact their planning time horizon normally is 6 months to 1 year at a maximum. This shows that their mindset is not very pro-active. They themselves are not visionary; a very important attribute an owner should have to scale up his business.

Small Enterprise Magazine June’14 Issue : Start-Up Essentials

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Small Enterprise Magazine June'14 CoverStarting a business is exciting. But it can be exhausting if the entrepreneur is not properly guided. When starting a company, good advice early on can be the difference between success and failure. Choosing the right from drafting a business plan to right strategies in recruiting, marketing, branding and many more play key role in deciding the success of an enterprise. In June issue of Small Enterprise magazine, you will find start-up experts and mentors sharing their tips and advice for start-ups on various segments.

Small Enterprise Magazine, May'14 Issue: Digital Marketing for Small Business.

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Does your organisation have a clearly defined digital strategy? As we all are now spending more of our lives surrounded by digital media, marketers, keeping pace with this, are spending a good chunk of their ad budget on digital marketing. Reports say that digital advertising is growing by more than 10 per cent and mobile advertising by more than 50 per cent every year in India alone.

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Future Work Places and Changing Office Design Concepts

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Change is inevitable. It is a universal law. Like the way it changed our lifestyle, businesses and technology, our work places too are going to be very much different from what it is today. Antique ledger systems, paper piles and boring office interiors are already a thing of the past. Technology, innovation, team work, collaboration, work on move, virtual offices, all these are the buzzwords of the young generation of India who wish to be less formal and try to create a new work culture. Futurists have several zany pictures about the future of work places.

Why Banks are Reluctant to Come to Rural Entrepreneurs

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India’s banking sector has been flourishing with a rising economy and a large population base. The same cannot be said for rural and semi urban centers. India has one of the poorest statistics when it comes to offering banking services to the rural centers. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on its part acknowledges the lack of rural penetration and its towing with the idea of making a new rule making it mandatory for new banking licensee’s to have one fourth of their total banking branches in rural centers. The idea of converting Indian postal department as a full fledged bank with its wide range of branch connectivity in rural areas is also a step in the same direction.

Small Enterprise Magazine, March'14 Issue: Export Import - Challenges and Opportunities

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EXIM is a sunshine sector in India. In spite of several sluggish periods, the economy of the country highly depends on EXIM, helping us to compete globally and improve trade and foreign relations.

The Urban V/s Rural Entrepreneurship in India - Small Enterprise Magazine, January 2014 Issue

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India is a land of diversity. Yes the diversity in India is not just limited to culture, religion or traditions, but every segment breathes and displays this. If we take the case of entrepreneurship, we can see the bustling face of young Indian entrepreneurs reaching out to Silicon Valley and being watched for their endless potentials on one side, while on the other hand, the rural India comprises of some great innovators who struggles to reach out to the market, get funded and include technology.

Canon India shares expansion plans for Office Imaging Solutions Division

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Canon India Pvt Ltd, India’s No. 1 Complete Digital Imaging Company, today shared the growth journey for its Office Imaging Solutions division (OIS) in India since last 16 years and the growth plans for the division by the end of 2015. The division planned deeper penetration in C, D and E towns and further expanded the service location from before 546 to 700+ locations currently to support development in smaller cities.

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