An aspiring law student, Abhishek started freelance writing in the second year of his college while studying literature. While he appreciates the freedom that comes along with freelancing, he still believes that the illusion of ‘being your own boss’ proves to be a major disadvantage for freelancers. Post studying commerce and wanting to study law, … Continue reading Abhishek: An aspiring lawyer advocating a rule-free life
Sayantan started his career as a salesman and is now a content marketer and a content strategist. He is a certified graphologist who claims that he’d be a detective if not a writer and a marketer. After completing his three masters including in finance/accounting and human resources, one night Sayantan started writing and has been … Continue reading Sayantan: Striking the right notes every day in life
A unique initiative, MSME Prerana is an online business mentoring programme for small business owners. A programme by the Indian Bank, a public sector bank, was launched by the Union Minister of Finance & Corporate Affairs, Nirmala Sitharaman, at the bank’s headquarters in Chennai. An integrated initiative with Poornatha & Co, MSME Prerana aims to … Continue reading ‘MSME Prerana’ – Indian Bank’s mentoring programme for MSMEs.
A computer applications graduate, Abhijeet’s love for writing led him to become a freelance content writer. In the beginning of his career, Abhijeet started his blog The Lazy Writer to build content for his portfolio by writing tech and travel reviews. He is a computer enthusiast, who fiddles with softwares and uses offbeat tech hacks … Continue reading Abhijeet: An enthralling mix of travel, tech and passion for writing
Anmol is a commerce graduate whose love for technology and writing led him to become a content marketer. Anmol has written a love story and four 4 paperback anthologies that are published. Anmol's passion for exploring places and the freedom that freelancing allows motivated him to pursue freelancing full-time. He figured that he was more … Continue reading Anmol: A journey from number-crunching to weaving words
An economics graduate, Pranjal started freelancing, as a side hustle, while she was still doing her MBA. A lateral thinker, Pranjal uses her economics education with an understanding of human behaviour to deep dive into how a person makes a purchase decision. Having worked with big brands, she wants to be known as one of … Continue reading Pranjal: An economics graduate turned marketer
Amidst the COVID-19 crisis, Facebook has been focusing on providing business tools for the survival of small businesses. According to the data released by OECD and the World Bank, in India, more than one-third of the small and medium-sized businesses on Facebook are facing cash-flow problems. Facebook has a wide reach in India, almost every … Continue reading Facebook’s $4.3 million grant to support small businesses in India
The freelancing economy is growing and freelancers are here to stay. Companies are changing their hiring policies to adapt to this new normal of working style. Hiring a freelancer would be perfect when you have a one-time project, a limited budget, or want an expert for your project. Whether you hire a full-time worker or … Continue reading How to Select an Ideal Freelancer?
Namrata is a Corporate hustler now turned into a Tarot Consultant. A woman of many talents, she holds a bachelor’s degree in Engineering, an MBA in HR/IT, diplomas in Yoga, and Jyotish, to name a few. She finally found her calling in Tarot and Jyotish. A mother to a one-year-old, she is juggling motherhood and … Continue reading Namrata: From an Engineer to a Fortune Teller
In collaboration with the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) & four other ministries, the government of India launched ARISE - Atal New India Challenges programme in order to support the small businesses and MSMEs. The step is in alignment with the vision of making India Aatmanirbhar and less dependent on the imports and products of … Continue reading GOI Launches 15 Challenges for Startups and MSMEs to Solve for a Grant of INR 50 Lakhs Each