A panel of young achievers shares their journey of entrepreneurship, about pursuing their interests and handling fame in a balanced manner.
The panel discusses ways of how budding entrepreneurs can seamlessly navigate through the labour law compliances in order to scale up their businesses.
Amb Shyam Saran says India’s “neutral” stance means adjusting to the existing global order conditionally and not accepting it fully.
The panel says that Health Insurance is not a choice but a must for everyone in India, and customers should wisely choose plans that are suitable for them.
The panel discusses digital business models that are feasible for an Ed-Tech start-up, the right way of raising funds for its operations and how Ed-Techs are a boon, especially for students in rural areas.
Shiv Shivakumar shares his experiences and ideas about career management recorded in his new book- The Art Of Management.
Amb Kanwal Sibal talks about the world’s geopolitical situation and says how India duly qualifies to be a part of the Multipolar World Order for having sizeable demography and economic stability.
The panel discusses finding clever ways to continuously engage the customers and move with their shifting needs, aesthetics, morals and politics to build a brand.
The panel discusses how startups need to go beyond technology and find the right partnerships, talent, and identify the right organizational structure and processes in order to scale up.
The panel talks about how even with digitization revolutionizing the economy, it's been hard for companies to retain the best talent and what are the best ways to find suitable talent to grow sustainably.
The panel discusses how current leaders need to review their organization, and find transformational and radical ways to lead effectively in the new normal.
The panel discusses how educators and policymakers should work out ways to provide relevant education for students including both offline classes and digital methods.