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TaxiForSure – Survey on Taxi hailing habits of the residents of Namma Bengaluru
Learning
Harshal Tripathi
February 18, 2015
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TaxiForSure, India’s fastest growing aggregator of taxis had conducted a survey on the Behavioral change in Bangalore commuters with over 7000 customers. We would like to share with you a very interesting info graphic that has emerged from the survey. The survey conducted by TFS reflects the strong taxi hailing habits of the residents of Namma Bengaluru. Few […]

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10 Lessons for Startups from Aam Aadmi Party
Learning
Animesh Joshi
February 10, 2015
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In Aam Aadmi Party’s victory led by Mr. Arvind Kejriwal, there are lessons for building startups you cannot learn even at Harvard. Aam Aadmi Party showed everyone that really what entrepreneurship is about. 1. Believe your idea, no matter how crazy it is 2. Accept failures with humility, always say sorry, and try to move on 3. Start-ups may fail, but […]

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Bindu Bolar: First Indian Tribal Fusion Belly Dancer
Entrepreneur Talks
Surbhi Mathur
February 4, 2015
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Passion is not merely a seven letter word but it is that driving force which gives you the courage to leave your comfortable job, break the barriers of a secured income, step beyond the stipulated boundaries and create an identity on your own terms. Such is the story for our today’s post featuring Bindu Bolar […]

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Student Start-ups
Surbhi Mathur
February 4, 2015
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The story started when an engineering student Ashish Sangai attended a seminar of a multi-level marketing company. The seminar was an eye-opener for him, where people in thousands of number were being “motivated” (read fooled). Ashish knew he had to do something about this. But how – was the question! This is when he approached […]

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