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From Black Rice To Ahimsa Honey: Startups Are Cashing On Buzzing Organic Food Market

Ruchi Jain, Founder of Taru Naturals, sources the honey produced exclusively by the tribal community, the Kattunayakan, in southern India and sells the honey by sleeping bees

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'Women Are Running More Social Enterprise Than Mainstream Business'

The main purpose behind Stella Mally's work is to empower more women and support them both economically and socially

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Developing The Right Attitude And Behaviour For Success

Sakshi Talwar, Co-Founder, Rugs and Beyond at the Women Economic Forum, explains how to work hard in silence and let success make all the noise

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Celebrity New York City Speaker Bershan Shaw Shakes Up Women Of Delhi

She once wanted to be an actress. Bershan Shaw, started off by saying “I love women empowerment and I want everyone to say ‘I am a warrior.’”

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How To Use Social Media For Personal Branding

Branding is often being associated with products, companies and campaigns but the digital revolution has turned the tables around the globe

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'Social Media Isn’t Just Hacks And Scams. It’s Also The Best Money Making Opportunity Out There'

A college student earns $10,000 and entrepreneurship trumps political propaganda in Kenya all thanks to social media used in a meaningful way

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Rivigo Is Changing The Way Women Look At Trucking Business, Says Gazal Kalra

In a conversation at the Women Economic Forum, Gazal Kalra revealed to BW Businessworld that, “My vision is to make the transportation and logistics sector of India strongest in the world

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Meet The Samosa Queen!

Shelina Mawani, Cofounder Nana’s Kitchen in Surrey, British Columbia speaks on what brings failure and how to get success in the business of samosa

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Tie Silicon Valley Celebrates 25 Years

The Indus Entrepreneurs (Tie) celebrated its silver jubilee at its annual two- day conference in Santa Clara in California on Friday and Saturday, May 5th and 6th

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Why Start-Ups Fail: A Marketers Perspective

For every successful entrepreneur who makes it big, there are literally thousands who have fallen by the wayside. India may well be a growing hub of innovation and enterprise but that doesn’t mean it’s rising number of entrepreneurs are guaranteed success

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Book Review: Start-up Risks Minimised Through Validation

The book is an eloquent piece of work to have arrived at an appropriate time, which will be viewed as a chef-d'oeuvre for the authors, while for the entrepreneurs will prove to be a "blessing in disguise"

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Mentoring Is Key For Developing Entrepreneurs From Underprivileged Sections Of Society

The new entrepreneurs need complete support and training, inspiration and networking and must be nurtured until they reach a level where they are not only self-sufficient, but in turn are able to do their bit for society by creating wealth and employment

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Book Review: Easy Rules To Succeed

The book is designed to help potential and existing entrepreneurs to improve the probability of success of their ventures. In fact, the book can be easily described as a ready reckoner on not just entrepreneurship but also useful for new product and business development teams

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