Blockchain Marketing Pro Tips: How To Get Noticed Online

Blockchain Marketing Pro Tips: How To Get Noticed Online

Ten years from now, blockchain will not be the relatively unknown phenomenon that it is today. By then, I believe most businesses will have adopted the technology, developed systems on the platform and taken advantage of its features. A decentralized...
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Air India debacle shows Modi doesn’t get business

Air India debacle shows Modi doesn’t get business

  Narendra Modi disembarks an Air India plane | Commons   For a government that was supposed to be business-friendly, the Modi administration has shown little or no understanding of what businesses actually want, as proved by the conditions set...
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Millennial Marketing 101: Moving Past The Data To Get To The Transparency

Millennial Marketing 101: Moving Past The Data To Get To The Transparency

Shutterstock I am a very old millennial. Born in 1983, I entered the world right in the middle of the most significant transition in modern human history: analog to digital. So, while I am still quite fond of things like...
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39% of Small Businesses Get a Return On Investment From Social Media

39% of Small Businesses Get a Return On Investment From Social Media

Thirty-nine percent (39%) of small business owners are seeing a return on investment from social media.  That is according to a recent survey by Manta, released just last week. Manta, an online small business community, surveyed more than 1,200 of...
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Plastic items, furniture may get cheaper as govt plans to cut GST rates on items in 28% slab

Plastic items, furniture may get cheaper as govt plans to cut GST rates on items in 28% slab

The GST Council may consider Friday reducing items in the 28% tax slab and slash rates for daily use items, plastic products and handmade furniture as it looks to provide relief to consumers. Four months after the Goods and Services...
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Loan default: Listed companies get a breather from Sebi

Loan default: Listed companies get a breather from Sebi

Markets regulator Sebi has put off implementation of its directive “until further notice” that required listed firms to inform exchanges if they default on loan payments to banks and financial institutions. In a circular, the Securities and Exchange Board ...
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