February 3, 2021

Join author Jason Falls and Jennifer Dorsey, Editorial Director of Entrepreneur Press, as they discuss Jason’s new book, Winfluence: Reframing Influencer Marketing to Ignite Your Brand.

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Join author and Jennifer Dorsey, Editorial Director of Entrepreneur Press, as they discuss Jason’s new book, Winfluence: Reframing to Ignite Your Brand. This virtual book launch will feature a reading by the author and a fireside chat Q&A about the power of influencer marketing.

And from this virtual book reading, you’ll walkaway with:

– Insight into what’s wrong with influencer marketing today
– A new perspective on thinking about influencer marketing strategically
– An understanding that influence happens in more places than


Expectations from Union were high. Given the hardships that people have endured over the past year, it was expected that there would be relief in some form or the other for the middle-class. At the same time, given the fact that the government has suffered loss of revenue due to the pandemic, it was also feared that the FM could ill-afford to loosen the purse strings. Read on to know how your money life has changed.


No change in tax slabs: The Finance Minister had introduced a new tax regime in Union Budget 2020 wherein there is an option for individuals and HUFs (Hindu Undivided Families) to pay taxes at lower rates, but without claiming deductions under various sections. The new regime has not found too many takers, so there were expectations that this tax regime would be tweaked. However, this has not happened.

In the wake of coronavirus shutting down offices around the world, remote work has become the new norm. So how do you make workplaces safer post-pandemic? 

In the 15th episode of our Leadership Lessons series, Comparably CEO Jason Nazar speaks with an expert on the topic, Envoy founder/CEO Larry Gadea, who has facilitated 1 million safe returns to the office. With a suite of products that redefine how to welcome visitors and employees back to the office, the workplace platform includes tools for check-in registrations, booking rooms/desks, managing deliveries, and capacity limits for social distancing. Envoy is used in more than 14,000 offices across 70 countries — including Slack, Pinterest, Warby Parker, Lionsgate, and L’Oreal — and is backed by Andreessen Horowitz, Menlo Ventures, Initialized Capital, and Silicon Valley bigwigs like Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, Quora’s Adam D’Angelo, and Yelp’s Jeremy Stoppelman. Gadea will also share lessons learned along his


In order to encourage innovation and boost participation, regulator on Tuesday revised the objective and eligibility criteria of its innovation sandbox with graded entry norms.


In addition, a steering committee comprising representatives from the enabling organisations has been formed to drive the innovation sandbox, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) said in a circular.



The committee would supervise the operations of the innovation sandbox. Also, it would process the applications submitted by sandbox applicants and approve or reject applications and assign lead enabling organisations.


Such lead enabling organisations would be responsible for onboarding the applicant post approval of the application and monitoring the applicant throughout the lifecycle of the sandboxing, the regulator noted.


Innovation sandbox facilitates access to an environment (testing facilities and test data) provided by enabling organisations like stock exchanges, depositories