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Marketing might not appear to be the most pressing thing to work on, especially when you’re in an early-stage startup, trying to build and define your product. 

Contrary to common belief, however, marketing is affordable and highly scalable. There are plenty of examples of good marketing regardless of the size of the business, whether you have a modest media budget or thousands of dollars to spend. Marketing in the early stages of a startup has many proven benefits, including that by the time you have a substantial marketing budget,

A section of the traders has strongly objected to the use of bicholoya (middlemen) in reference to the farmers agitations by several political parties including by senior leaders of the ruling BJP. They said bicholoya is a derogatory term for the traders of this country, which has generated lot of resentment in the trading community.

The traders said after the new laws there was a danger of increasing monopoly in agriculture which would impact the livelihood of millions of small traders.

“Traders of the country who spend their life in maintaining the supply chain against heavy odds and collecting revenue for the government without any remuneration should not be insulted in this most casual manner,” the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) said.

In a separate letter to BJP President JP Nadda on Sunday, the has criticised

Moscow [Russia], December 27 (ANI/Sputnik): Bitcoin, the world’s most popular cryptocurrency, has surged past the USD 26,000 level to set an all-time record high, according to trading data.

On Binance, the largest cryptocurrency exchange by trading volume, Bitcoin was trading at USD 26,286.74, as of 20:45 GMT on Saturday.

According to CoinMarketCap, an aggregator that compiles data from more than 20 brokers, Bitcoin was trading at $26,270.96 as of 20:47 GMT, a rise of 7.36 per cent over the preceding 24 hours. (ANI/Sputnik)


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