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New Delhi, Edition:September 24, 2017
Letters to the Editor Business Today Magazine
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Delhi, Edition:September 10, 2017
Letters to the Editor Business Today Magazine
Goutam Das
Delhi, Edition:August 27, 2017

2017 is a year of correction; good times will have to wait.

Aroon Purie
Delhi, Edition:January 17, 2016
The issue you are reading now is special in more ways than one for us. We have just completed our 24th year of publishing the magazine and are entering our 25th year in 2016.
Prosenjit Datta
Edition:June 21, 2015
A lot of start-ups will fail. The ones that succeed will have changed the rules of the game forever.
Taslima Khan
Edition:June 21, 2015
The game has changed for the generation Y entrepreneur. He now thinks of a global product rather than making one only for India.
Goutam Das
Edition:March 1, 2015
Bharat Ahirwar, co-founder of GetMyPeon - a Mumbai-based errand-running service rolled out in 2012 - talks of why Mumbai needed such a company.
Sanjay Singh
New Delhi, August 18, 2014
For domestic flights, cabin crew would have a mix of traditional saris and long kurti and a churidaar. Long-haul international flights will have 50 per cent of cabin crew on board in Indian dress comprising a lower and a kurti with a sash or dupatta.

Delhi, Edition:April 27, 2014
Business Today readers share the feedback on the magazine's coverage -
Goutam Das
March 25, 2014
Our selection process this year was very different from that of previous years. This year, we opened up the process - any start-up incorporated since January 2010 could apply through an online application form we put up on our website.
Josey Puliyenthuruthel
Edition:April 13, 2014
At Business Today, we celebrate start-ups every year with a special issue. This year, we have a set of 16 start-ups varied both in the spaces they operate in and the business models they leverage for most value.
Arpita Mukherjee
Delhi, Edition:April 13, 2014
However, despite the sustained growth, the founders say the company could have expanded much faster had they taken more people on board and "delegated work" much earlier.
N. Madhavan
Edition:April 13, 2014
As part of our 2014 listing of the best start-ups in India, we feature social media benchmarking start-up Unmetric that fuses its 100 servers on Amazon Cloud to sift through the web and pull out data on 15,000 brands across 30 different sectors.
Taslima Khan
Delhi, Edition:April 13, 2014
The Bangalore-based start-up scans Twitter and collects news on different topics entered by users, and relevant to 55 cities across six countries. Frrole filters these Twitter feeds, thereby making them great plug-ins for television channels and websites. Full coverage of India's Coolest Start-ups 2014
Taslima Khan
Delhi, Edition:April 13, 2014
MadRat now has 70 board games that sell in 2,000 big and small stores across India. Having reached the milestone of 100,000 games sold last September, MadRat now has revenues of more than Rs 50 lakh per month.
Anik Basu
Edition:April 13, 2014
Kaushal Dugar's fledgling company Teaxpress Pvt. Ltd, founded in 2012, sources tea directly from the gardens in Darjeeling, Assam and the Nilgiris. Now, Dugar dreams of creating an international Indian tea brand.
Mahesh Nayak
Delhi, Edition:April 13, 2014
"The idea is that customers should make the payment in a shorter time than it takes to remove money from the wallet," says Citrus Chairman Satyen Kothari, who founded the company along with Jitendra Gupta in April 2011 and brought in the initial funding of Rs 16 lakh.
Goutam Das
Edition:April 13, 2014
Hyderabad-based NowFloats helps you get a website - and helps promote it as well - without your needing access to the Net, or even a PC. Besides the speed and ease of getting a website up, the company also provides automated search engine optimisation.
Suprotip Ghosh
Edition:April 13, 2014
FIND rates news items (and views, too) based on the credibility of the source, then scans each word and identifies a sentiment, and combines the two to generate a colour code ' red, green and grey denoting negative, positive and neutral respectively.
Goutam Das
Edition:April 13, 2014
Narayan's two-year-old start-up, Business Essentials for Better Businesses (BEBB), buys and sells raw materials - steel to polymers to paints - for small and medium enterprises under a brand smartly named Power2SME.
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