Day: November 16, 2020


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In-person events have traditionally been sales teams’ bread and butter — the perfect opportunity to shake hands and close deals. But the current health crisis has turned that model on its head. Many companies have had to pull back from in-person sales and and instead redirect their budgets to a more digital-focused approach.

In light of this shift in the industry, it’s vital for marketing and sales to work together to market and sell effectively. The unfortunate news is that this isn’t something sales and marketing teams tend to be naturally inclined to do. Data from illustrates that 90 percent of marketing and sales professionals recognize disconnects between the teams in terms of processes, content, strategy and culture.

This is a huge missed opportunity, as companies with healthy sales and marketing alignment generate


Workers in the gig economy will have to constantly update their details on a web portal in a bid to avail social security benefits, even as gig firms will have to submit contribution towards a fund through self-assessment, according to draft labour rules published by the Central government.


The Code on Social Security (Central) Rules, 2020 states that all unorganised sector workers, including gig and platform workers, will have to update their particulars such as current address, present job, period of engagement with gig firms, skills, mobile number, “on the portal specified by the Central Government.”



“In the absence of such updation, a gig worker or platform worker may not remain eligible to avail benefits of the social security schemes notified under the Code,” the draft rules dated November 13, which is made public for inviting public comments within 45 days,

Soybean is trading at Rs 4,460 per quintal at the benchmark Indore markets; Seed prices at Deesa market are expected to trade towards Rs 4,570 – Rs 4,550 per quintal

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Soybean | Soybean prices | castor seed


Soybean


is trading at Rs 4,460 per quintal at the benchmark Indore During the week ahead, prices are expected to extend the firm tone and head towards Rs 4,480 and Rs 4,500 per quintal. Positive crush margins and declining farm arrivals are expected to keep the undertone bullish for Further supporting prices are bullish cues from global



Castor seed


Seed prices at Deesa market are expected to trade towards Rs 4,570 – Rs 4,550 per quintal from current levels of Rs 4,650 per quintal on the back of subdued demand at higher price levels. Lower export