January 10, 2021

Three ways to stand out in the online market.

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Fit in, or stand out? Serve existing markets, or serve those in untapped markets? As the becomes increasingly saturated for entrepreneurs, and the amount of available to us online leaves us feeling increasingly overwhelmed, we reach a point where we have no choice but to pull back and reassess what is important to us.

What is commonly referred to as the red or blue ocean strategy, business owners can create an offer so unique and differentiated that they can stand out in the market instead of drowning in a blood-stained red ocean. 

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The United States, like much of the rest of the world, has an extremely long way to go to achieve gender equality in the workplace. The latest pyramid showing where women are in the hierarchy of S&P 500 companies, from the nonprofit organization Catalyst, reveals that although women make up nearly half of the total S&P 500 workforce, they hold only about one-fifth of board seats, 11 percent of top-earning jobs, and 6 percent of CEO positions. So to many people, it comes as a surprise when I share a question that I’m often asked by women’s groups inside businesses: How can we help men?

It’s an important, but often overlooked, topic in addressing the attitudes and practices that prevent equal opportunities. And the answer to these challenges lies in building more powerful alliances in the workplace. Just as men and women must work to build a level playing field


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Most of us are familiar with the concept of being an . It can be a challenging path, and understandably, not everyone wants to take on that responsibility. But what if we could encourage that entrepreneurial spirit in our employees? The situation is potentially win-win – for the employee and for the company.

 is the system wherein the principles of are practiced within the boundaries of a firm. An intrapreneur is a person who takes on the responsibility to innovate , products and processes or any new invention within the organization.

Here are three reasons why intrapreneurship is important to long-term success.

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1. Employee engagement

In Gallup’s 2016 Meta-Analysis Report, the results showed that employee engagement consistently affects key performance outcomes 


Resources launched an open offer for a 10% stake in its India unit, two months after a failed delisting attempt for Ltd.


The London-based parent of Mumbai-listed Ltd. will buy as many as 371.75 million shares, comprising 10% of the outstanding equity of the Indian unit, according to an exchange filing Saturday.



The open offer, which will be managed by JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s India unit, will be a voluntary open offer, with no minimum level of acceptance by Vedanta, according to the filing. If Vedanta Ltd. holders were to accept share tenders for the entire 10%, the consideration for the deal would be Rs 5,948 crore ($812 million).

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