Category: Insights

Unicorn Club: How Indian start-ups are making their mark

The Unicorn Club is a group of new-age start-ups with a valuation above a billion-dollar. Any new start-up that emerges in the ecosystem aspires that one day it will reach this exclusive club. But not everybody is welcome. The term was first coined in 2013 by venture capitalist Aileen Lee, choosing the mythical animal to…

Greener Workplaces, environment’s desperate call

With the climate getting affected rapidly and increasing pollution levels, it is very important for humankind to take measures that stop it from getting any worse than this. Workplaces have long been the highrise buildings and mega-factories which increase the carbon footprint. But with the changing environment and workplaces are initiating various methods to move towards a sustainable environment. Employees now look for places where there is greenery around them.

Does money bring happiness?

If someday, someone gives you $9k to spend it the way you want to, will it improve your happiness? For some people, it might, but we can’t be sure of everyone. That’s what a Japanese Billionaire is trying to find out.  Japanese fashion tycoon Yusaku Maezawa will give away more than $9mn to 1,000 people…

Tips for workplace freshers: Manage your finances like a pro

Financial literacy is the education and understanding of various financial areas including topics related to managing personal finance, money and investing. It includes the knowledge of making appropriate decisions about personal finance such as investing, insurance, real estate, paying for college, budgeting, retirement and tax planning.

Business leaders break their silence on JNU violence

After violence broke out inside the Jawaharlal Nehru University yesterday with masked goons barging into the campus, several businessmen and corporate leaders took to Twitter addressing their concerns on safety inside educational establishments and universities. Among these business leaders were industrialists Anand Mahindra,Harsh Mariwala, Apurva Purohit and Kiran Mazumdar Shaw who called for strict action…

Recommended: Books to start your 2020

Books open up your minds and introduce you to something new. They expose you to new ideas and modes of thinking and give you access to diverse knowledge. As we have step into 2020, here is a list of books that can help you learn, be better, be more aware by leveraging the experience and…

2019, a dramatic year of top management changes

2019 was a very dramatic year for the business ecosystem. A global economic slowdown, reduction in profits and bankruptcy filing by many companies. But there was something else also going on behind the closed doors of corporate headquarters. Last year witnessed resignations of many top executives from big companies and start-ups. While this could be…