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Delhi     Print Edition: April 27, 2014

Business Today readers share the feedback on the magazine's coverage -

Cool Customers

Your cover story on India's Coolest Start-ups (April 13) has analysed how the ideas can be nurtured and dreams translated into dollars through sheer enterprise, by leveraging the latest technology. Each of the 16 start-ups, chosen by an illustrious jury of five, is a test case in innovation, creativity, and out-of-the-box thinking. May the tribe of such start-ups increase to create a more positive image of "Mera desh mahaan" globally, and propagate the new idea: "Hum kissi sey kum nahin". Kudos to the BT team for bringing out this special collector's edition. - JS Broca, New Delhi

Win-win Conclave

With its theme of "winning", the India Today Conclave has shown the way (You Can Win Them All, April 13). As Aroon Purie, Editor-in-Chief of the India Today Group, said at the Conclave: "We need a leader who can unite people and unleash India's potential." Time, along with our need, indeed compulsion, will produce such a leader. India has abundant natural sources. We need reforms to satisfy people and to educate and convince them to use the latest technology that causes the least damage to environment. We should aim at achieving self-sufficiency in energy using non-conventional methods like solar to the full. - Jacob Sahayam, Thiruvananthapuram

The Importance of Being Human

Thanks to Business Today for publishing the informative piece on the HR Conclave (Managing the Human Factor, April 13). It has been very well presented with views from eminent leaders in Human Resources representing a cross-section of industry. In this competitive milieu, management of HR is critical in shaping the growth of any organisation to give it a winning edge. For wise decisions on policy matters, the top management of an organisation must keep interacting with employees at frequent intervals to get the vital inputs needed for developing quality and innovative products, and to meet the ever- growing needs of customers. Continuous market research and analysis is another key factor for the success of an organisation. - Srinivasan Umashankar, Nagpur

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