Unlike a vacation, business travel can be a grind. Long days of meetings followed by nights in unfamiliar hotel rooms can leave even the most intrepid traveler feeling exhausted. Yet, it doesn’t have to be this way. With a bit of planning, you can make your business trips work wonders for you.
The education technology (EdTech) sector in India was worth US$2.8 billion as of 2020. With the pandemic forcing schools and children alike to incorporate technology into learning, EdTech has become the third most funded startup category in India after e-commerce and FinTech startups as of 2022. Despite the growth EdTech saw during the pandemic, it has become the latest victim of the slew of layoffs affecting the tech landscape across the world.
If you have ever sent a job application to a company only to never hear back from them, you are not alone—75% of jobseekers have experienced being ghosted by a company after a job interview. Not just in interviews, ghosting has crept up into every part of corporate life. You can be ghosted by potential recruits, by new hires and even by your colleagues.
The events following Elon Musk announcing his plans to buy Twitter in April have been quite a fiasco. Earlier this month, Musk said he was backing out of the US$44 billion bid, leading to Twitter suing him over the deal. It surely was an interesting turn of events, after Twitter imposed a “poison pill” strategy against Musk’s potential takeover in April. Back then, Musk proposed taking the company private at US$54.2 per share, which was 38% higher than Twitter’s stock value before the announcement of the plan.
You may have heard that we spend one-third of our lives sleeping, but do you know work also takes up a similar portion of our lives? An average person will spend 90,000 hours at work over their lifetime; therefore, it’s no exaggeration to say that the office is our “second home”.
Whether you are a writer like me or doing something completely different, it always seems like the grass is greener on the other side. It feels like someone else, who makes more money than you, is always doing better in life. But is it always the case?
Whether you are fresh out of college or looking for a job change—getting hired must be your top priority. Given that, it’s important to get into a recruiter’s head. After all, they hold your fate snugly in their hands.
There are a lot of ways to start a business, but not all of them are cheap. In fact, it can cost you anywhere over US$30,000 on average to start a business, depending on your plan and field. So, if you are looking for the cheapest way to start a business, you will need to consider a few things.
Entrepreneurship is a dynamic field, with trends constantly evolving owing to technological advancements, economies and sociopolitical scenarios. These trends may vary, depending on where in the world you look. Today, we bring you a list of emerging trends that are rapidly gaining global traction.
Google is the world’s largest search engine, handling approximately 8.5 billion searches per day. Leading the search engine business, Google accounts for 91.9 percent of the global search engine market share. Given that, it’s no wonder businesses want their products and services to be seen by Google users.
As an entrepreneur, you’re always on the go, pushing yourself to the limits and working hard to achieve your goals. While starting your own business can be incredibly rewarding, you need to take some time off from time to time. Not just for your mental health—though that’s important, too—taking a break from having to constantly juggle life, work and family obligations 24/7 also helps keep those creative juices flowing.
One of the most important skills an entrepreneur should possess is the ability to think on their feet and make quick decisions. To do so, entrepreneurs can rely on design thinking—a problem-solving approach that focuses on the needs of users and comes up with creative solutions that are not obvious at first glance. While it is user-centric, it also considers the technological feasibility and business goals.
NFTICALLY is an up-and-coming startup company specializing in the non-fungible token (NFT) ecommerce metaverse. Upon entering the NFTICALLY metaverse, you get a 360-degree view of a chosen brand’s storefront and can navigate through the store to look more closely at its different features. Users can also opt to join sessions with friends, and they can call on channels only accessible to their own specified group of people.
We have probably been a master procrastinator at some point in our lives. But entrepreneurship is no easy feat, and for a business to succeed, its core team must stay consistently focused. The team has to prioritize some tasks that are relatively more important than other tasks. To keep up with all their work, employees must not procrastinate.