Earlier this month, the owner of Bored Ape non-fungible token (NFT) number 3547, Maxnaut, made a disastrous error by listing the NFT for 0.75 Ethereum (ETH) instead of 75 ETH, which was how much Maxnaut wanted to sell it for. In doing so, Maxnaut lost US$250,000. The NFT was picked up really quickly, with the buyer paying a heavy gas fee of 8 ETH.
Deviating from industry conventions and stereotypes, HK Model Camp (HKMC), a platform for modeling training and services, promotes self-acceptance and believes that everyone should be acknowledged.
It is no surprise that entrepreneurs throughout the world are pivoting their businesses to manage the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite these challenges, entrepreneurs are inherently equipped with the grit and determination necessary to handle the current situation.
For those of you who are entrepreneurs, hustlers or just want to know what it’s like to be an entrepreneur—these five web series will give you a pretty good idea. They will allow you, as an entrepreneur, to take a step back and look at your business from a new perspective.
Indian ride-hailing service Ola started small in 2010, but by 2020, it had expanded into international markets, like the UK, Australia and New Zealand. Currently, Ola has around 75,000 drivers registered in Australia and another 25,000 in the UK. Hospitality unicorn Oyo is another successful startup story. It has registered continuous growth since 2013 and now operates in more than 80 countries worldwide.
The startup journey is a challenging one. There are difficulties at every turn, including getting along with your founders, overcoming lack of demand, ineffective marketing, hiring and a myriad of other obstacles. However, one of the most difficult challenges is making sure the startup has enough cash to stay afloat.
You would have to be living under a rock to not have heard the term “metaverse” in the past few months. A metaverse is essentially a world created by putting together augmented reality and virtual reality. It is meant to be the successor to the internet.
Launching a startup is no easy feat, as any startup founder would testify. It involves rigorous planning, budgeting, working late hours and, occasionally, crying in a corner and rethinking all your decisions. A crucial element to launching a successful startup is knowing the ins and outs of the business world. Knowledge, indeed, is power. Given that, we have rounded up five books to help you navigate your business journey:
Whether you are a young working professional or an experienced employee with a big-league company, the quest to find the perfect balance between your work life and your personal life is a challenge for most.
Women often struggle to make their way into the working world. Whether they are held back by family responsibilities or other kinds of barriers, rising to the top of the corporate ladder is a feat only a few women are able to accomplish. As of 2020, there are only 13 women CEOs in the Fortune 500 companies.
On November 29, 2021, Parag Agrawal replaced Jack Dorsey—the man who co-founded Twitter—as the company’s CEO. In a statement, Dorsey said, “I’ve decided to leave Twitter because I believe the company is ready to move on from its founders. I’ve worked hard to ensure this company can break away from its founding and founders.”
Today, mapping your career path is not as straightforward as going to college and then finding a job at a big company. Startups and corporations are both viable career options, but there are some key differences that you should consider before making your decision.
Predictable, consistent and orderly are not adjectives one would typically use to describe Tesla CEO Elon Musk. However, self-assured, impulsive and, often, preteen-ish wouldn’t be too far off. Musk uses Twitter as his personal battleground and oyster. It’s where he dumps his deepest and darkest stock-market-triggering thoughts.