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Post Budget Reaction comment from Koenig Solutions

Mr Rohit Aggarwal, Founder and CEO of Koenig Solutions. Said, “We genuinely welcome the budget’s emphasis on giving a friendly environment and financial incentives to business start-ups, especially in the IT sector. The FM has proposed Rs 1,000 crore to help IT start-ups, and support funding needs of small firms. The FM rightly recognized the IT sector as one of India’s ... Read More »

Budget reaction from Tech start up Node Technologies Pvt Ltd.

“While the budget 2015 definitely seems positive and a balanced one, it is not the big bang budget that many had expected. This budget seems to have overall focused on growth for all sections and sectors. The focus on segments like infrastructure, agriculture, poverty alleviation, rural upliftment are commendable. The pension fund, EPF and ESI measures are a step forward ... Read More »

Comments on SARFAESI act and NBFC to be considered as financial institution by Mr V Vaidyanathan, CMD, Capital First

“To treat NBFCs with Assets greater than Rs. 500 crores in the category of Financial Institutions, and to make them eligible for SARFAESI is a huge positive for NBFCs. This will enable lending with greater confidence as they can be assure of speedier recovery.” Read More »

Online Start ups & Ecommerce reaction to Budget 2015-16

There was good news for Indian entrepreneurs in finance minister Arun Jaitley’s budget  2015- 16 with the technology and startup sectors receiving allocations of  Rs 1000 crores, promotion of cashless transactions via RUPay debit cards backed by major reduction in Corporate tax from 30% to 25% over next four years. We now know that the government is focusing on promoting e-commerce, innovation and entrepreneurship. The ... Read More »

Quote on Education Sector : Somaiya Vidyavihar

Prof. Asha Bhatia, Faculty, Entrepreneurship & General Management Chairperson, Enactus Somaiya Social Cell, K.J. Somaiya Institute of Management Studies & Research, Vidyavihar :  “In the  Indian education system, the ‘pay off ‘ comes after a long time.and it has been observed that even though a person is  educated, he is not necessarily employable.The budget talks of Skill India to coordinate with Make in ... Read More »

Post Budget comments on IT, technology and mobile banking sector by Ms. Priti Shah, CEO of Paynear Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

“Usage of cards completely mitigate risks associated with cash transaction” Paynear Solutions CEO Priti Shah’s Reaction to the Union Budget 2015 “We completely welcome the Government’s plan to disincentivize cash transactions and incentivize transactions happening through credit and debit cards in an aim to help turn India into a cashless economy. Although Card penetrations are high in cities it has ... Read More »

Disappointing budget, says Rajesh Prajapati – MD, Prajapati Constructions Ltd

The Union Budget for 2015-16 is a big disappointment to the real estate sector, said Rajesh Prajapati – MD, Prajapati Constructions Ltd. “There were huge expectations from the Government but it did not deliver on what was promised,” he said. The Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced ‘Housing for all by 2022’, however he did not give a roadmap on ... Read More »

Benefits of Diversity & Ethics at Workplace

Rajeev Bhardwaj, VP, Human Resource Our workplace is where we spend almost one half of our life. After our home (some would argue, even before), workplace is the focal point around which our lives revolve. In fact, a workplace should be like a second family where every member, no matter what his or her origin or background, must feel at ... Read More »

Pre Union Budget 2015 from Geetha Kannan, Managing Director, Anita Borg Institute(ABI) India

According to Geetha Kannan – Managing Director, Anita Borg Institute (ABI) India, “Year on year we see our government introduce some commendable policies, schemes and funds that either focus on women empowerment, increasing their financial independence, supporting women led business ventures and so on. While there is a lot out there, more planning and budgets need to be allocated in creating ... Read More »

Valentine’s day

Valentine’s Day celebrations did not catch on in India until around 1992. It was spread due to the programs in commercial TV channels, such as MTV, dedicated radio programs and love letter competitions, in addition to an economical liberalization that allowed the explosion of the valentine card industry. Economic liberalization also helped the Valentine card industry.  The celebration has caused a ... Read More »

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