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Mindset Matters: Small Business, Entrepreneurship And The Empowerment Of The Autism Community

Small business and entrepreneurship are the lifeblood of the American economy. According to the U.S. Census Bureau and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are over 28 million small businesses in the United States that comprise 49.2% of private sector employment and are 64% of the net for new private sector jobs. It is the influence of the small business ... Read More »

Twitter Reduces Maximum Number of Accounts Users Can Follow Per Day to 400

You know what used to be a key Twitter “growth hack”? Following a heap of people, giving it a few days to see who follows you back, then unfollowing them all en masse. Rinse and repeat a couple of times per week, and you’ll be on the fast track to thousands of followers. Those followers, of course, likely aren’t engaged ... Read More »

THE GOLDEN AGE OF YOUTUBE IS OVER

Danny Philippou is mad. He’s practically standing on top of his chair as his twin brother and fellow YouTube creator Michael stares on in amusement. Logan Paul, perhaps YouTube’s most notorious character, laughs on the other side of the desk that they’re all sitting around for an episode of his popular podcast Impaulsive. Anyone who’s watched the Philippous’ channel, RackaRacka, won’t be surprised by Danny’s ... Read More »

Marketing platforms with proprietary UIs are a waste of resources

Every business is different. It has its own profit models, objectives and problems. Therefore, it should also have a way of reporting business results that are tailored to its needs. Today, there is a plethora of options that offer just that. Datorama, Google Data Studio, and Microsoft’s Power BI are just a few of the increasingly sophisticated data visualization tools that offer near-infinite customizability. ... Read More »

EC asks media to telecast exit polls only after completion of last phase of Lok Sabha elections

The Election Commission (EC) has said, exit polls can only be telecast on the evening of 19th May after the last phase of Lok Sabha elections gets over. The poll panel has issued an advisory to the media in which websites and social media platforms were included for the first time. It said, TV, radio channels, cable networks, websites and ... Read More »

EPFO payroll data shows job growth in January after four months of shrinking

The payroll data released by Employee Provident Fund Organisation for the month of January 2018 has shown a growth in total jobs created after four months of a downward trend. The data showed that 76.48 lakh new employees were added to the social security schemes of the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) from September 2017 to January 2019. Meanwhile, the ... Read More »

NBFCs back in business of hiring

MUMBAI: Non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) are beginning to add crucial jobsacross various functions, indicating that stability has returned to a key sector that was unsettled last autumn by a liquidity squeeze and subsequent increases in capital costs. NBFCs could hire about 15,000 people in FY20, an estimate by recruitment firm TeamLease showed. Among those adding jobs are Mahindra Finance, Shriram Transport Finance, ... Read More »

‘With evolving consumer demand, role of advertising has altered dynamically’

Changing consumer patterns have advertisers worried. With consumers being in control of the media they consume and how they consume it, advertisers are forced to adapt to the changing media environment. The time has come to explore options beyond traditional advertising, maintained industry experts at The Indian Society of Advertisers’ (ISA) Conference. Sunil Kataria, CEO, India & SAARC, Godrej Consumer ... Read More »

Highest grossing Bollywood movies of February

The month of February was definitely a pretty exciting one for Bollywood as along with classic commercial movies, we saw films that tried experimenting with different kinds of subjects. On one hand, we had the massy comedy in Total Dhamaal and on the other we were treated with some Indian rap in Gully Boy. So, here’s listing Bollywood’s highest grossers ... Read More »

The art of managing the first 90 days in a new job

Success or failure during the first few months is a strong predictor of the overall success or failure in the job, says Michael Watkins, author of the bestseller The First 90 Days. The first few months in a new role or organization are critical as stakeholders scrutinize and evaluate, try to figure you out in terms of your personality, approach, leadership ... Read More »