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Literary Entrepreneur: what it takes to become one?

Literary Entrepreneur There might be nearly one lac definitions of an entrepreneur in the modern context. However, if I twist the question and mix two breeds together - a literary person & an entrepreneur, what do we get? We get a literary entrepreneur and the definition of this hybrid personality, I believe, is tough to find out. So, what does it take to make a literary entrepreneur? No no, certainly, [...]

By | February 19th, 2017|Start-up Observations|2 Comments

How to Start Research Journal or Magazine in India

People have been constantly asking me how did I manage to take Ashvamegh to this height. They often question me about the magazines and how to get them in terms of the readers. Some other, who have been running a magazine for years, often discuss registering their magazines. Well, after so many of them asking me, I have thought to write this article. I will try me best to encircle [...]

By | October 5th, 2016|Start-up Observations|0 Comments

HelpingDoc Closed Start Up Lessons

HelpingDoc : The first company I joined I still remember the day I was in an interview with the business head of 'an expected to prosper' company - HelpingDoc. It was only the 3rd interview of my professional life and I could not dichotomize sheer corporate expectation from prudence at that time. I was impressed with the fancy talks of that marketing-experienced person. HelpingDoc offered me a job; I refused [...]

By | December 10th, 2015|Start-up Observations|1 Comment