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5 Rising Startups In India

February 15, 2017

A day dedicated to those taking over our hearts has also been a day for taking over India’s companies. A ticket booking platform acquires a self-booking site. An app for physician queues ups its UX ante. Meanwhile, three startups gain funding. Bookmyshow Ticket and event booking platform Bookmyshow has acquired a 75 percent stake in […]

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How to Set Annual Business Goals Your Startup Can Achieve

February 15, 2017

Goals are important, but they can also be detrimental to your business if you aren’t careful with them. As with any venture, you want to set yourself up for success when it comes to annual business goals. Successful goal-setting is all about finding a sweet spot of reachability where you are challenged but not overwhelmed. […]

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Should You Start Up or Buy Your New Business? 12 Pros and Cons

February 14, 2017

The path to entrepreneurial success is wide. There are all kinds of intersections and offshoots that form millions of combinations, and no one path is going to be perfect for everyone. In fact, that’s a large part of entrepreneurship’s attraction for those who feel compelled to take on the business ownership journey. But, if you […]

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This Founder Has 3 Simple Tips to Achieve Maximum Productivity

February 13, 2017

For David Bladow, entrepreneurship is the family business. The co-founder and CEO of flower delivery startup BloomThat grew up surrounded by people who never had their own boss: his grandfather, mother, father and stepfather. That mentality still runs strong. Every day, he carpools to work with his wife Callie, BloomThat’s production director. The company was […]

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Startup Veterans Want To Fix Southeast Asian Logistics With AI and Blockchain

February 10, 2017

It sounds like we’re talking about logistics startups in Southeast Asia every other week – surely, the space is all disrupted out by now? One Singapore-based startup doesn’t think so and has created a new way for ecommerce companies to work with logistics providers. Yojee has built software that uses artificial intelligence (AI) and the […]

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Why Start-ups Should Hire for Attitude First, Aptitude Next

February 7, 2017

In any kind of venture, it’s important to have the right people on board. And for start-ups, it’s absolutely crucial. Says Andrew Cua, founder of travel start-up Tralulu, “Without the right people, the consequences can be disastrous and the founders can be distracted patching the aftershocks of having bad early hires.” And while it may […]

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5 Lessons From 7 Months in Startup Hell

February 3, 2017

“Once you go startup, you’ll never go back.” That’s what the founding CEO of a hot new startup told me. As we perused the booths at a big Las Vegas trade show, this veteran of the tech industry painted a beautiful picture of a promised land of milk and honey know as Startup Land. Actually, it […]

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9 Sales and Marketing Tips for Startups

February 2, 2017

Marketing done right can be an incredible boon for your business’s net income. Done wrong, however, it can feel like throwing money into a raging bonfire. Because small business owners have to be whatever their small business needs — all the time — it can be difficult to master all the nuances that go into sales or […]

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9 Incredibly Effective Habits of Successful Startup Entrepreneurs

February 2, 2017

Entrepreneurs are a driven bunch of people. They start, build, run, promote, and manage businesses. That often takes a lot. Often they fail, and start all over again. That’s why entrepreneurship isn’t for everyone. Successful entrepreneurs, however, belong to a different class. There are certain traits and habits that make them who they are. There […]

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This Start-up Wants You To Say Goodbye To Sitting For Hours In Front Of Your Screen

February 2, 2017

Yuying Deng, the CEO and co-founder of Ideal Workspace, used to work 16-hour days at a law firm. “After a few months, I started developing excruciating lower back pain. This made it impossible to concentrate and sit for long periods of time,” he says. Physiotherapy and massages provided temporary relief, but the solution came in […]

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