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ET Startup Awards 2017: Entrepreneurs who have shown the way to persevere and thrive
The Economic Times of India • E.T. Bureau
Middle East and North Africa aren’t the next big hotspot for tech… yet
The Next Web • Hicham Amine
Swiggy 'dish of the day' at ET Startup Awards
The Economic Times of India • E.T. Bureau
6 Honest Truths About Failure That All Entrepreneur Should Embrace
Inc. • Peter Gasca
Why Bad Online Customer Reviews Could Be Good For Your Business
Forbes • Alison Coleman, Contributor
Universities create startup incubators to boost college entrepreneurship
CNBC • David Gernon
94% Of New Jobs Created Share This One Trait -- Are You Prepared?
Forbes • Caroline Ceniza-Levine, Contributor
How To Avoid Throttling Your Startup's Growth And The Burnout That Comes Next
Forbes • Contributor, Robert Sher
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Let the north run its own powerhouse | Sarah Longlands
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ET Startup Awards 2017: Entrepreneurs who have shown the way to persevere and thrive
The Economic Times of IndiaE.T. Bureau
DELHI: "We never went away to come back," said Amarendra Sahu, 35, one of the three cofounders at NestAway who were chosen the winners in the Comeback Kid category in the Economic Times Startup Awards 2017. Back in 2009, Sahu and NestAway...
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Entrepreneurship, Private Equity
Middle East and North Africa aren’t the next big hotspot for tech… yet
The Next WebHicham Amine
In the past, people didn’t give much thought to the startup climate in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). But after Careem’s massive funding and Amazon’s acquisition of Souq, people are finally realizing the potential of the region. I’ve been fortunate...
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Entrepreneurship, Startups
Swiggy 'dish of the day' at ET Startup Awards
The Economic Times of IndiaE.T. Bureau
BENGALURU: Food delivery company Swiggy has won top honours at India’s biggest and best awards for startups, joining a group of peers distinguished by high-quality technical and entrepreneurial prowess. At a meeting on Saturday in Bengaluru, an exemplary jury led by Biocon...
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Entrepreneurship
6 Honest Truths About Failure That All Entrepreneur Should Embrace
Inc.Peter Gasca
One of the biggest factors holding back new and aspiring entrepreneurs is the fear of failure. The reality is that the vast majority of successful entrepreneurs have, at one point or another, failed at some kind of business challenge. Personally, I have...
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Entrepreneurship
Why Bad Online Customer Reviews Could Be Good For Your Business
ForbesAlison Coleman, Contributor
A five-star business/Photo credit: Shutterstock Winning rave online reviews from customers for your products or services is one of the biggest feel good factors of running your own business. But no matter how high their standards of service or quality of products,...
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Colleges & Universities, Entrepreneurship
Universities create startup incubators to boost college entrepreneurship
CNBCDavid Gernon
s A few years ago, Raghupathy Sivakumar, a computer science professor at Georgia Institute of Technology, realized he had a problem. An undergraduate student had just won a prestigious business plan competition Sivakumar had helped organize, but the student had no idea...
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Entrepreneurship
94% Of New Jobs Created Share This One Trait -- Are You Prepared?
ForbesCaroline Ceniza-Levine, Contributor
A 2016 employment study by a team from Harvard, Princeton and NBER and highlighted in Quartz found that, of the jobs created from 2005-2015, 94% were temporary, on-call, contract or freelance. Are you prepared for the increasing impermanence of employment? An increasingly...
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Entrepreneurship, Health Care Industry
How To Avoid Throttling Your Startup's Growth And The Burnout That Comes Next
ForbesContributor, Robert Sher
New businesses that tap into large and severely under-met needs are destined to grow rapidly. But if the founders starve the company of capital, their conservativism eventually will kill growth. Even more important, it will burn out the founders. That is unfortunate...
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Entrepreneurship, Politics & Policy
Let the north run its own powerhouse | Sarah Longlands
The GuardianSarah Longlands
In the north of England, we know a little about trains. In 1825, when George Stephenson ran the first passenger steam locomotive along the Stockton and Darlington railway, little can he have thought that, for all his pioneering efforts, upgrading our crumbling...
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