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Go Vasool.com is a local shopping and reverse auction marketplace founded by two young entrepreneurs, Aditya Bhamidipaty, and Srikanth Chunduri. The enterprising duo, Aditya Bhamidipaty (Co-founder & CEO) has an MBA from IIM Ahmedabad, and  Srikanth holds a Master of Engineering Management (MEM) from Duke University, North Carolina and an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 22 July 2010 10:49 )
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This is the era of doing things in the ‘e’- way. People want to get things done at the ‘click’ of a mouse…This fact acts as catalyst of growth for the online industry. The online industry is in the threshold of becoming one of the most sought after business models. Many novel ideas are being thought about by entrepreneurs to foray into this segment.  Timtara (www.timtara.com) a premiere online shopping destination with products across 15 different categories, co founded by Arindam Bose, who is also the Chief Customer Office (CCO) is one among such novel business ideas translated into new business venture.

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Recently entering into the Indian market, Mi-Fone the Africa-based mobile handset manufacturer, is shifting gears to enter the Indian market aggressively. Alpesh Patel, Chief Executive Officer, Mi-Fone exclusively interacted with Faiz Askari, Editor-Technology, Small Enterprise India.com and shared his plans for the Indian market and trends that are dominating this market segment.

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From the Editor's Desk

G.K. Pramod, known as ‘GK’  among the professional circle is a first generation entrepreneur, and is the author of 'The Second Gear', Strategising Business growth Plan for Micro Entrepreneurs. The Second Gear is a repository of essential business information with case studies of proven success stories of Micro Entrepreneurs. In an exclusive interview with Krishnakumar C.K., Editor, Small Enterprise India, G.K. Pramod shares the inspiration and the drive within to put his efforts to pen The Second Gear, and his, passion towards various aspects of entrepreneurship.

Last Updated ( Monday, 19 July 2010 06:22 )
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"Most of the youngsters today wish to become entrepreneurs and they are ready to take the risks. Gone are the days when the  youths were opting for government jobs as a secure place. Today they aim for maximum outputs in minimum time" says Fr.Jose Pulloppillil, Director Nirmala School of Business and Finance, Muvattupuzha, Kerala in an interview with Small Enterprise India.com

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As the global economic growth trajectory is moving upwards, SME’s need to keep their eyes and ears wide open to face the fierce competitions – both domestic and global. Probably, the only way ahead for SMEs is to innovate new business markets, tactics and techniques.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 16 June 2010 01:01 )
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Recently on his visit to look at Indian market closely, Andrew Tay, APAC President, Zebra Technologies visited Delhi and decided to have an exclusive meeting with Faiz Askari, Editor- Technology, Small Enterprise India.com

Last Updated ( Monday, 05 July 2010 16:47 )
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Small and mid sized businesses in India are increasingly becoming aware of the importance of IT security. With increasing complex threats on data security, the need to protect core information and data assets is a major concern. Citing this industry segment as a big chunk of focus, Tushar Sighat, VP- Operations, Cyberoam (India), unleashes his views and perspectives towards SMBs of the country.

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