Entrepreneur magazine - October 2021
Entrepreneur magazine - October 2021
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In this issue
Creativity is a trait that all humans have. Some use it more than others. Creativity not only allows you to find solutions but it allows you to find solutions to the problems that no one ever recognized. Creative Inc talks about the enterprises that had the zeal to find solutions to a problem that most people thought never existed. This edition talks about different people and their journey on how they went on to use their creativity to find solutions to problems efficiently.
Sectors That Will Benefit The Most Under The New Drone Rules 2021
Drone Rules 2021 have increased the scope of drone usage across innumerable sectors
THE VISUAL STORYTELLER
A serial entrepreneur, investor and scholar Hovhannes Avoyan is the founder and CEO of PicsArt which is the world’s largest creative platform and social editing app with 150M+ monthly creative content creators and more than 1B downloads to date. Prior to PicsArt, he founded five startups, all of which had successful acquisitions by global companies like Lycos, Bertelsmann, GFI, TeamViewer, and HelpSystems. He has also been a senior lecturer of computer science at the American University of Armenia and a visiting lecturer at San Francisco State University. The US-based company has been always focused on the Indian market and has been catering to its socially active millennials. The app brand which has a huge following all across the world is further looking to grow in the Indian market and has various ambitious plans ahead. Entrepreneur spoke to Hovhannes Avoyan, Founder & CEO, PicsArt on creating the Picture Perfect Unicorn.
CREATIVE MINDS ON CHANGING THE WORLD
CREATIVE BUSINESS INC
INCLUSIVE INNOVATION: How to Address the Yawning Gap in India's Social Impact Sector
In today’s charged socio-economic climate, corporates, startups, and individuals aren’t just paying lip service to words like poverty and inequality. They don’t want to be on the sidelines of creating a positive social impact for those at the bottom of the pyramid (BoP). They want to be the humane change-makers, heralding a new way of solving age-old societal issues-- right from the frontlines. They want to be risk-takers who would go beyond making profits to improve the lives of the underserved, thereby empowering low to middle-income groups to lead dignified lives.
Unicorn In 3 Years Traversing Path Less Taken
Zetwerk co-founders take pride in the way they are building a sustainable and profitable business
The Challenge Of Lithium-Ion Dependency In India's EV Adoption
Only a few startups are working on innovation-led products that can be alternatives to lithium-ion batteries
SAVIORS OF THE INDIAN MSME SECTOR
The Covid-19 pandemic has been one of the toughest time periods in the history of human kind. More than 200 million cases all over the world with India being the 2nd worst-hit country by Covid with confirmed cases rising over 30 Million. The economic crisis that has been brought forth by the pandemic has resulted in worldwide turmoil, especially in developing nations like India. Mass lay-offs and businesses shutting down has been a common theme across the Covid Era. India has seen its economic crisis escalate with 10 million jobs being lost in the 2nd wave alone and with jobs being scarce and corporate not hiring further, entrepreneurship became the only way out for many and with banks not giving out small loans, micro-lending became the only alternative. Micro-lending is the practice of lending of money in small amounts to impoverished individuals or groups who are otherwise unable to obtain loans from banks.
Lessons That Are Worth Billions
How did Michael Dell build one of the most valuable technology companies in the world? By being willing to try, fail, and learn.
Innovation Comes from Intrapreneurs
Employees say they’re unhappy. Companies are struggling to navigate massive change. The solution to both? It’s creating a culture of intrapreneurship
Facing a Hard Choice? Get Out of Your Head
When we look at a decision through someone else’s eyes, change becomes a lot easier to make.
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Publisher: Franchise India Holdings Ltd
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