All posts by Shubhangi Jain

She is paralyzed below neck, still she does Rs 3 Cr turnover monthly.


When life snatches something from your left hand, It always gives something more precious to our right hand. Every new day comes up with new hopes and challenges, where we gain or lose something. But we must respect those people who never gave up their hope and determination and overcome all the obstacles that comes in-between their goals. Sujata Burla, from Hyderabad is a perfect example of Never give up attitude. She is truly a motivator and life winner to thousands of lives, apart from that

Some important facts about Instagram every marketer should know.


In today's world, Social media is been widely used by everyone around the world. Social media platforms like Instagram is one of the most loved networking sites among all the social media platforms. Instagram has a user base of over 700 millions active users on daily basis. Instagram is a photo sharing application and is now owned by its Parent organization - Facebook. Its been used and loved by the marketing as businessman uses the social media platforms to market their products and

This man quit his job at Google to sell samosas, has a turnover of Rs 50 lakh


Very few people in this world have the courage to leave a stable and comfortable life in pursuit of their passion. Mr. Munaf Kapadia, who was working with the Tech giant Google.inc. left his job to sell Samosas. As for all the IT professionals, working in google is a dream job for them as they have a high brand value, provides good salary and beneficial services to the employees. Munaf who left his job at sudden, is now the proud owner of 'The Bohri Kitchen' in Mumbai. Munaf pursued his MBA

Here are some misconceptions that entrepreneurs have in their mind


An young and aspiring entrepreneur often have various misconceptions and delusions regarding their business. It must be because of their inexperience in the business line. However, proper guidance and advises must be taken in order to remove these delusions from the mind and to make your business a successful one. Here are some misconceptions that entrepreneurs have in their mind: 1) It’s easy to start Its not easy to start your business and to make it successful and once you involves

Some common mistakes made by new entrepreneurs.


To be an entrepreneur isn't that easy as it looks, it takes a lot of hard work, passion and determination. The job profile of an entrepreneur is very difficult, as one has to bear all the responsibility on his own, the failure and losses. However, one makes mistakes in initial stage of any work. But he has to get over it very soon. Here are some mistakes that entrepreneur generally do in the initial stage of business. 1) Assuming there is no competition Many startups shut down very early

Meet Ayaan Chawla, the youngest CEO of India, He started his first company at the age of 13


Nowadays, with many people have been linked to the startup fever. Students dropping out of school to start their own firm, likewise, Ayaan chawla's story is an inspiration to all of us who started his career at a young age of 13 and is the Youngest CEO in India. Born in Delhi, Ayaan's mother is a fashion designer. When he was 7, just like every other child he got himself a Computer and started exploring it. From video games to exploring video editing tools, Ayaan realized a rapil evolution of