While I may not have majored in business when I was at university, one of the shows I have grown to love in my time in London is a fan favourite known as "The Apprentice."
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Meral Kathwari is the owner and director of Kathwari of Kashmir, an international textile business started by her late-father in Kashmir, India, which she took over after his sudden passing at...
This is the idea behind the South Asian Young Women Entrepreneurs (SAY WE) conference, which is taking place on August 22nd, 2015 in Sugar Land, Texas. According to their website, the network links together “business-minded executives in the fields of technology, finance, entertainment and fashion” to collaborate and share information on how to build their personal brands.
Sundar Pichai, born in Tamil Nadu, India, is now the third individual to become CEO of the establishment after years of dedication to the company and his education.
Everyone once in a while, we all come up with amazing ideas. Ideas that we really believe in, ideas which add some value to our lives or others around us, but these ideas are like Tusshar Kapoor movies: they come, they go, and no one gives a rat's ass about them.
The SAYWE conferences started in New York City on May 17, with the second one in Houston on June 14 and the last one will takes place in the San Francisco Bay Area on August 9 at the Indian Community Center. For more information and to register, please visit www.saywe.us.
Abbas Hashmi is not afraid to take risks. As a child, his father taught him to recognize his dreams and make firm decisions based on his goals. When Hashmi discovered the need for a new kind of American immigration advisor, he took a chance on it.
South Asian Young Women Entrepreneurs (SAY WE), a national network of business-minded executives, is hosting a three-city conference for young women entrepreneurs to network and build their brand. The first conference took place on May 17 in NYC and the second one takes place on June 14 in Houston. Join BG for a full day of networking and brand building.
South Asian Young Women Entrepreneurs (SAYWE), a national network of business-minded executives, is hosting a three-city conference starting in New York City, Houston and then in the San Francisco Bay Area. Subject-matter experts and entrepreneurs will discuss topics including, building your business credit, reinvesting in your business, protecting your credit score, creating relationships with business bankers, marketing your new business, reaching out to the media and implementing a social media strategy.