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In this issue

This issue features the journey of OnePlus, which recently surpassed Apple and Samsung to top the premium smartphone segment in India for a full quarter. An interview with Simplilearn’s founder, Krishna Kumar where he explains how his start-up is taking machine learning aligned with the future to a whole new level. A story on how SAP promotes the culture of innovation. Another story on how 3D printing is finding itself on the wrong side of the fence in the burgeoning global market. The issue also has some cutting-edge stories on innovative businesses, thriving markets and upcoming entrepreneurs from the Asia Pacific region. The issue also features some business leaders and entrepreneurs who talk about what the Section 377 verdict means to them.

Off The Mark

3D printing came to the fore in 1980s. Since then, it has evolved from being merely a process of creating prototypes to being used in production of multiple consumer products. With its market expected to touch $32.78 billion by 2023 globally, in India 3D printing is still far from flourishing. But one can expect it all change in the years to come.

Off The Mark

4 mins

Taking Cues From A Bygone Era

Born in India and brought up in the United States, Radhika Chopra always felt strongly about her Indian roots.

Taking Cues From A Bygone Era

2 mins

Road Of Life Is Not Always Straight ​​​​​​​

With Section 377 scraped out last month, it is time to celebrate the work of entrepreneurs and business leaders, who belong to the LGBTQ community and have always stood up for their rights. In this issue, we spoke with some of Indias role models from the community who are helping to make the workplace a more welcoming place. The aim is to highlight the struggle of the LGBTQ community what all these people had to endure to get acceptance from a society, which didnt accept them as they are and judged them by their sexuality rather than their work. Heres how they defied all odds and emerged victorious in the end.

Road Of Life Is Not Always Straight ​​​​​​​

2 mins

The Learning Curve

With the rise of AI and automation, large corporates have already begun upskilling their employees to prepare them for the change. We caught up with Krishna Kumar founder of Simplilearn to understand how his company is providing machine learning courses and essential skills aligned with the future to corporates, individual employees and educational institutions. The 40-year-old entrepreneur has so far raised $40 mn in external funding, read on to find out how entrepreneurship has been the biggest learning of his life.

The Learning Curve

5 mins

Meet Your New Financial Advisor

WEALTH MANAGEMENT IS AMONG THE LEAST SOUGHT-AFTER FINANCIAL SERVICE S IN THE INDIAN MARKET. HOWEVER, THINGS ARE NOW SHAPING UP DUE TO ROBO ADVISORY.

3 mins

How SAP Is Impacting The Start-Up Ecosystem ​​​​​​​

In every corporate complacency seeps in after a certain period of time. But what can one do to avoid the same? Either one can replicate the way start-ups work and their culture or make them a part of ones campus. The latter seems like a better option. The German enterprise software giant SAP did just that. Heres how.

How SAP Is Impacting The Start-Up Ecosystem ​​​​​​​

3 mins

How Start-Ups Are Battling Air Pollution

With air pollution reaching alarming levels across China, many entrepreneurs have turned to the idea of developing environment-friendly solutions.

How Start-Ups Are Battling Air Pollution

4 mins

“What Am I Doing Wrong?”

Feedback is easier to give than to receive. But to be a good leader, its crucial to hear (and respond to) critiques of your style. We asked six entrepreneurs: How do you encourage employees to give honest feedback?

“What Am I Doing Wrong?”

2 mins

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Entrepreneur magazine Magazine Description:

PublisherFranchise India Holdings Ltd

CategoryBusiness

LanguageEnglish

Frequency11 Issues/Year

Entrepreneur magazine published by Franchise India Holdings Ltd is a monthly magazine that covers a wide range of topics related to entrepreneurship and business development, including:

* Startups: Entrepreneur magazine covers the latest news and trends in the startup world, as well as advice and tips for entrepreneurs on how to start and grow their businesses.
* Franchise: Entrepreneur magazine is also a leading resource for information on franchising, with articles on how to choose the right franchise, how to start a franchise business, and how to succeed as a franchise owner.
* Business: Entrepreneur magazine also covers a variety of general business topics, such as marketing, finance, and operations.
* Success stories: Entrepreneur magazine features profiles of successful entrepreneurs and business leaders, as well as their advice and tips for others.

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