THE POWER OF SMALL: UNLOCKING THE POTENTIAL OF MSMEs
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Micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) constitute an integral component of any economy. A resilient MSMEs sector is a catalyst for stimulating innovation, sustainable economic growth, domestic demand and inclusive growth in an economy. In the Indian economy, MSMEs are essential for development as they create jobs across different industries, improve value-added and influence trade; these invaluable contributions are central…

What Your Estate and Trust Plans Say About Your Family Legacy
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As successful business owners, you understand that carefully crafted estate and trust plans provide the tools for families to safeguard assets and protect their financial security. But these plans can also ultimately help families create their legacies. How can you have confidence that the planning strategies used in estate and trust plans, as well as the fiduciary appointments made to…

De-Risk Your Business, by Listening to Your Customers
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A successful business is not solely dependent on the products or services you have to sell. Rather it is a complex mix of your products, your marketing, and ultimately your customer experience. But how can you improvise your products, built constructive marketing strategies, and better your CX at the same time? It’s simple really! Listening to your customers has more…

Intellectual Property Rights, Critical For The Success Of Startups
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When entrepreneurs begin on their unique business idea, they do not doubt that their idea would be a commercial success in the market; their main focus is initially to start giving the appearance to the venture. In the middle of so many different things that go into starting and building a startup from a single idea, the word “Intellectual Property”…

TX9 FT350 rising in the green EV Market: 201 Kilometres on a single charge
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As we know fossil fuels are rapidly depleting, due to which the electric vehicle industry is rapidly growing as a viable alternative to gasoline-powered automobiles. The environment is getting increasingly polluted across the world, and traditional automobiles are contributing significantly to this problem. Adapting to the electric – vehicle trend is critical for making the planet a better place for…

Women Entrepreneurs for Building Strong Economy
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Entrepreneurship is one of the most important elements necessary to build the economy.  Every nation tries to improve economic growth for prosperity and better living standard for its people, and an entrepreneur is a catalytic agent of change. In the past few decades, the role of women in our society has changed drastically and for the better. Women are now…

Key Trends in Digital Transformation in 2022
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Digitalization is already in high gear, and technological advances continuously develop. When times change so quickly, it’s critical to stay at the forefront of trends, so you don’t fall behind. So, in this post, we’ll look at digital adaptation, why it matters, and some of the year’s most excellent themes. Buckle up, and let’s get started! What is Digital Transformation?…

Women Entrepreneurship and their Contribution to the Economy
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Entrepreneurship, if done correctly, can be a way to an excellent economic development of a country. It’s the backbone of any country. That’s why entrepreneurs have the capability to bring transition. When it comes to entrepreneurship, how can we forget the contributions of women? This is the era of digitalization where there are revolutionary changes globally. Women entrepreneurs are blooming…

Digital Transformation – Why & How
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One solution! One plan! One investment! Digital Transformation. SMEs have a right to wonder what digital transformation implies for the future of work. How can we shift gears quickly and make them bigger? What tools and processes will impact the business world in the future? It’s about digital transformation and the measures to use technology to improve the customer experience.…

Rise of Rural Women Entrepreneurs in India
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In India, we call our country Mata (Mother), and centuries back, the world called it “Sone Ki Chidiya” (Golden Bird). The ancient Indian economy was once a major exporter of spices, cotton, iron, sugar, and pearls, almost rural regions. However, unfortunately, many industries, and notably rural enterprises were stifled during colonial administration. After independence, the economic growth was very slow…