Face it. Event agencies, banquet halls, planners, travel agents, and no matter what high level BS you toss around in the planning war room, your corporate event is going to be just the same as anyone else’s.
Your employees hate these parties and dinners. They’re awkwardly standing in their own groups. Management is on another table chatting up business and what not and as the only member from L&D you’re politely nodding along hoping your review on the event goes through well.
Apart from the stock market, which appears risky, there are several places where your savings can be invested. Many products are also purchased from a tax saving point of view and that too at the last moment, which often results in wealth erosion. We bring the five must-have investment options for any professional.
Anyone who aims to build a successful startup must also know where to start from. While in practice you can start operating your business, the minute you have an idea and a team to execute it, a company or a startup is a legal entity and it must be registered with the government and have a proper, and legally-recognizable status. A company can achieve that by “incorporating” or formally registering itself as a commercial entity. Here’s all you need to know about how to register your startup.
Since its inception in the form of small sheets of paper, coupon offerings has changed drastically with the advent of eCommerce and online marketing. There are new ways, through which retailers have started using coupons. Digital coupons now not only serve the purpose of deals and discounts, but helps in increasing customer loyalty and brand building.
With the release of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens this week, the team at Adzuna did a survey of important tips for our careers that can be found in the first two trilogies of the series, in the hope of finding “the force” in their day job, and maybe (who knows) even becoming Jedi masters in our own areas of expertise.
Check out the 5 most important career lessons you can learn from Luke, Leia, Han, and even Darth Vader:
I thought I would make millions through my startup, but I failed miserably. I’d read shiny stories of Flipkart and Zomato, but nobody told me that 90% startups fail within two years of starting up, I failed in the first year. Sometimes I feel being cheated but the fault was mine, I believed one side of the story.