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How to develop and design a successful mobile app

Smartphones have changed the world as we know it, and are used for virtually anything like staying up to date with work, taking courses, paying bills, connecting other devices, planning trips and ordering food, leaving the age of modest cell-phones which merely made calls and sent messages far behind. In terms of business, 25% of online retail is heading towards …

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Patanjali Brand Story – a disruption strategy of disruptors

How Patanjali uses modern brand strategy to grow past Colgate and challenge P&G, Unilever. The news must have come through to you too: Patanjali reported Indian revenues of around Rs. 5,000 crores (~ USD 750 million) for the last financial year – and in doing so went past Colgate in India. Even more interesting is that Colgate is almost 8 …

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How to Start a Franchise Business

The franchise industry is rapidly growing!  Many budding entrepreneurs see the benefits in opening a franchise; including being their own boss and growing a business that already has a successful blueprint laid out.  If you’re considering opening a franchise business, here are steps that may help you with the process: 6 Steps to Start a Franchise Business Do you own …

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4 types of startup models trending right now

New age online startups are in search for a repeatable and scalable business model. The goal of the business model can be revenue, or profits, or users, or click-throughs – whatever you and your investors have agreed upon. Startups are quickly iterating and testing their hypotheses and changing their business model multiple times. There is a new surge of innovative online businesses which are …

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Stanford Ignite Program Returns to Bangalore in April2014

Stanford Ignite

Applications close Nov. 22, 2013, for program on innovation and entrepreneurship aimed at technical professionals.Fellowships are available for exceptional, self-sponsored applicants with need. BANGALORE, INDIA STANFORD, CA –On the heels of the successful completion of the first 9-week certificate program in innovation and entrepreneurship outside its California campus, Stanford Graduate School of Business is now accepting applications for Stanford Ignite-Bangalore …

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How to Start an Import export Sole Proprietorship business in India


We have much covered already on Sole Proprietorship which you can check out here http://www.startupfreak.com/tag/sole-propreitor/  And if you wish to start your business in import export sector then this section will be of help What is Import/Export Business ? Import/Export Business also called as International trade is the exchange of capital, goods, or services across international borders or territories.  As the owner …

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Fall of Rupee: Are we headed towards another Entrepreneurship era?


When economists and socialists compare India’s economy to what it was before liberalization, leaving all the economic downturns aside, it brings a small smile to me. Not because I don’t want our nation to grow but to the fact that we are heading towards another Entrepreneurship era. In any B-School jargon, they will teach you the types of entrepreneurship: Opportunity …

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Checklist for Starting your own Business


If you are stuck with an awesome idea and are planning to go full-time in building your idea to realization then we have this small overview/checklist for you to get started with your dream plan. 

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What is Minimum Viable Product and examples of MVP


After idea stage when you start working on your product development, let it be a software, hardware product or a service that you are offering, the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is a strategy used for fast and quantitative market testing of a product or product feature, popularized by Eric Ries for web applications. What is Minimum Viable Product / MVP ? MVP …

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Difference between Startup Accelerators and Incubators


To get a Job you undergo a college education specific to the job, but if you want to start your own business, which education do you undertake? Most often people who want to startup are are too new to the business world, inexperienced, poor, or unconnected to acquire any customers/investors/publicity on their own. Startup Accelerators and Incubators play a major …

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