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The Success Mantras

We at BW Businessworld have every year doffed our cap at India’s fastest-growing companies, but these are unusual times and the laurels go to the exceptional. Our assessment of these companies is based on a study of their revenue and profitability data for the last five financial years.

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Consumer, Not A Card On File

A look at the implications of the RBI Guidelines on the Regulation of Payment Aggregators and Payment Gateways. What happens, if inadvertently policies influence consumers’ choice of technologies to be used?

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Fifty-Fifty: Marketing To Bharat Needs Different Strokes, Deeper Understanding

You would be surprised to know that our traditional calendar actually has a day even for scribes and journalists – Narad Jayanti – dedicated to Sage Narada who was the universal divine messenger and primary source of information among the Gods. So the nuggets of opportunity are really for innovative brand thinkers to find, fund and fan! Bharat is just waiting. For stuff that is more relatable, more ‘me’.

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Rethinking Profit For The Social Impact Sector

Entities in the social impact sector are thus, well within their ethical limits to make profits and spearhead the empowering changes they envision.

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The Peculiar Case Of India’s Declining Female Labour Force

While social conventions continue to restrict women’s autonomy and economic participation, the structural transformation in the economy has not helped break down those barriers either.

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Climate Challenge: India Needs Efficient Air Conditioners

India needs to balance out its cooling needs and potential emissions. Large air conditioner businesses in India thus need to adopt cleaner technology and massive research to improve the cooling parameters for increased efficiency of air conditioners while also ensuring that prices remain muted.

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Product Placement & Celebrities - “Caution” Or “Currency”?

Can the celebrities have change of heart or even ideology, when they grow larger in stature and have more fan-following ? Will they have to explain their change of position ? Who are they answerable to ?

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Weekly Horoscope: 28 June to 4 July, 2021

What does the 28 June to 4 July, 2021, period have in store for you? carrying forward the late Bejan Daruwala’s legacy, the authors offer clues to making the most of what life has to offer

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Amicable Separations In Family Businesses

Having an Exit Policy in place even where there is no talk of exit is crucial. Also, where exit must be done, a common set of accounting, tax and legal advisors and a common facilitator is essential.

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Redefining Business Culture

The ongoing pandemic is teaching us new lessons that will stay with us for our lifetime. The relevance of connecting the culture dots to form a new business reality that enables us to attract and retain great talent, spur innovation, and create an open society to foster new ideas will drive our future.

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Feel Concerned About Market Valuations? Look At The Future With Confidence Starting Now

The next two years are critical as digital infrastructure investments are likely to fructify for the economy especially the service sector.

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Artificial Intelligence Needs To Evolve To Recognize Human Handwriting

More research and sophistication is needed especially in neural network models for handwriting recognition software to gain mainstream acceptance, Despite the increasing use of IT handwriting recognition is still a potential untapped area.

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The Roadmap To Inclusion And Diversity: One Step Back, One Leap Forward

There is no room for instant gratification on this road – thus, counter-intuitive as it may seem, one step back and one leap forward could very well be the key to successfully internalising a culture of inclusion and diversity.

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G7 Should ‘Rebuild First’ To ‘Build Back Better’

To get back in the game the G7 members need to roll up their sleeves and get their house in order by ‘rebuilding’ three key aspects to ‘Build Back Better’.

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Idi Amin Briefs & Loud Insecurities

So why do we see pretentious language, buzz words and Idi Amin briefs? The answer probably lies in what the Godfather, Don Corleone said; confidence is silent, insecurities are loud.

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