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Older professionals launch ventures to bring in expertise to startup ecosystem

Older professionals are launching new ventures by bringing in a blend of experience and technical expertise to India’s burgeoning startup ecosystem. Aged fifty years or more, they are setting up companies in sectors ranging from alternative energy to technology services and gaining support from investors who are banking on their experience and wisdom. In India senior entrepreneurs are taking advantage …


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India’s first Online Memorial portal – Shradhanjali.com

As per the founders of Shradhanjali.com, it is India’s first and only memorial portal. It helps us relive lives and memories of our parted loved ones. On this portal, you can make a complete page of your loved ones with biography, photos, videos, family details, condolence messages, background music and set birth and death anniversary reminders for relatives and pass …


Why India is not a “Ideal Place” for Tech / IT startups

Though Bangalore is proving that it is by far and away India’s startup capital, aided in the assumption of this title by the software companies which first put the city on the global map. A strong community of engineers with global work experience, savvy customers and growing pools of early-stage capital, are transforming the city into a global startup hub, …

Why startup partnerships fail prematurely?

If you have a partner, you are bound to have fights. 65% percent of all startups fail due to co-founder conflict. Look at the most common types of conflicts in a startups. Do You Recommend Any Of These Solutions? Married couples argue 321 times a year. Although there is no statistics about co-founder fighting – the number is probably not …

How to raise seed capital for your startup?

Raising money is simple but not easy. This guide illustrates one way of raising money for a startup, especially for first-time entrepreneurs. We have seen quite a few entrepreneurs go from nothing to a funded company. This infographic is a generalization of their experience.  

You are the boss but do you pay yourself well?

Pay yourself well Always Pay yourself well first,as the proud owner of a startup, . If you’re not happy with your salary, you know there’s more work to be done.  Raising your salary to a market level will eventually make you look at your company from an investor’s perspective. It also helps better understand the value of your own time. …