Emergency Credit Line Guarantee Scheme(ECLGS) to cover individual entrepreneurs

The government has decided to extend the ECLGS scheme to include individual entrepreneurs. This is a move to cover the lag in the economic growth caused due to Pan-India lockdown and the COVID pandemic. Individual entrepreneurs head more than 6.3 crore Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), and larger companies across India.  Under this scheme, … Continue reading Emergency Credit Line Guarantee Scheme(ECLGS) to cover individual entrepreneurs

Nilesh: A geek who landed his first tech gig by writing articles for a magazine

Nilesh is the quintessential geek one will come across. He took his passion for playing computer games to making them at an early age. Built his first website when he was in 9th Standard to starting up a Web Hosting business pretty early, Nilesh was always ahead of his times. He landed his first freelancing … Continue reading Nilesh: A geek who landed his first tech gig by writing articles for a magazine

Roy D’Silva: From a Bollywood sub-titlist to creating a platform for Alternate Genre

From being a sub-titlist in Bollywood to writing content for Gaming companies and to now creating a platform for reviewing horror content, Roy’s journey has been humble, inspirational, and that of a quintessential Indian middle-class boy. With a dream of creating a platform for the Alternate Genre creators and for India’s own products, Roy is … Continue reading Roy D’Silva: From a Bollywood sub-titlist to creating a platform for Alternate Genre

Gyan Lakhwani: Freelancing His Way To UX Designer At Microsoft

Few people have the clarity of what they want to do in their professional life. Gyan is a clear-headed professional who ditched a dream Engineering job at Flipkart to pursue a formal education in design. With a lot of design freelancing projects in his portfolio, an internship and 5 gruelling rounds of interview, he finally … Continue reading Gyan Lakhwani: Freelancing His Way To UX Designer At Microsoft

Insolvency resolution: Cheaper, faster and easier process on cards for MSMEs

Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) has proposed a new framework for micro, small and medium enterprise (MSME) insolvency resolution process, reducing the time limit to less than 180 days.  The plan aims to focus on making the procedure more cost-effective, quicker and easier allowing the debtors to continue running the business while allowing … Continue reading Insolvency resolution: Cheaper, faster and easier process on cards for MSMEs