Day: June 4, 2020

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Building a brand that customers love is a dream of almost every entrepreneur. Building a brand that is also a commercial success is the ultimate goal. 

The team at hello products has done just that. Starting with hello, the first “naturally friendly” oral-care brand, founder Craig Dubitsky and his team at hello products built a powerful consumer brand that goes well beyond great product packaging and social media marketing.

And we’re bringing his secrets directly to you. Join us for Secrets of Building a Successful Consumer Brand That Customers Love, a free webinar presented by NetSuite and Entrepreneur.

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So, you’re stuck at home with elevated sugar levels. You may not want to visit your diabetologist even if he is a few kilometres away, because you simply don’t want to expose yourself to the dreaded Covid-19 infection. What do you do?


Don’t fret. You can get quality advice right within the confines of your home, through a mechanism called All you need is a smart phone to start consulting health specialists over video call, phone call, whatsapp, and other applications.


has been around for quite a while in India, but it is only recently — on March 25, in fact — that the health ministry issued guidelines on its practice in the country. The Covid-19 pandemic and the consequent have also provided an impetus to the form of medical consultation.




The fear of contracting infections in


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Although the streets of America have never actually been paved with gold, the pervasive dream of “making it big” here persists among newcomers. Thousands of successful American entrepreneurs weren’t born in the U.S., and there shouldn’t be a wall between immigrant and refugee entrepreneurs and financing. 

According to Fundera, 28 percent of all “main street” businesses are owned by immigrants. These businesses are the kinds of providers most people visit all the time – grocery stores, nail salons, restaurants, clothing and liquor stores and more. Nearly half of all business growth from 2000 to 2013 was due to immigrant business owners.

Related: The Immigrant Entrepreneurs Behind Major American Companies (Infographic)

If you’re an aspiring entrepreneur who doesn’t have a long financial history in this country, here are the funding sources you should know about. 


The Gujarat High Court (HC) has stayed unitholders’ voting process for winding-up of six debt schemes of Franklin Templeton MF (FT MF), following plea by Areez Phirozsha Khambatta and Persis Khambatta, who are part of the business family running the popular Rasna juice brand.


The senior counsel appearing for the two petitioners (aged 83 years and 75 years) along with Khambatta Trust contented that FT MF had not followed due regulations in the wind-up process.


“Attention of the court was invited to sub-clause 15(c) of regulation-18 of the SEBI (Mutual Funds) Regulations … to bring out the point that when majority of the trustees decide to wind up or prematurely redeem the units, the trustees have to obtain the consent of the unitholders,” the court order read, citing petitioners’ plea.


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