by Sreedevi Devireddy 16 March 2018
India has steadily strengthened its place into becoming one of the most vibrant landscapes for start-ups, and in terms of sheer volume – with around 5,200 start-ups in 2017
by Sreedevi Devireddy 15 Aug 2017
Leadership has been characterized as “activity aimed at bringing about change in an organization or social system to improve people’s lives” (Astin & Leland, 1991, p.7). Such responsibility suggests that leaders are charged with an enormous burden to effect organizational and social change.
by Sreedevi Devireddy 14 June 2017
India is ‘the’ land of opportunities when it comes to favoring startups since eons. Anyone with a vision and a will to do has always been recognized. The tag ‘The Golden Bird’ is still applicable. From Agriculture to Aerospace, and from Defense to IoT, the Indian startup ecosystem has made a mark worldwide.
by Sreedevi Devireddy 17 May 2017
India ranks third in the number of technological start-ups with around 4,500 start-ups with an average valuation of approximately $2.3 million. US ranks 1st with approximately 50,000 start-ups. With ours being around 4x the population of the USA this huge gap is a serious issue haunting the economists.
by Sreedevi Devireddy 1st September 2017
In the last three years, India is well poised at the cusp of high-growth due to the breakthrough economic reforms and forward-looking policy transformations, opening up unlimited opportunities for entrepreneurs to innovate newer & disruptive models, like never before.
by Sreedevi Devireddy 26 December 2016
India has a population of 1.3 billion and is the third largest Start-up ecosystem in the World. Yet out of 177 unicorns in the world, India can boast of only 8 namely Flipkart, Snapdeal, Ola cabs, One 97 Communication (Paytm), Hike, Shopclues, Zomato Media, and InMobi.
by Sreedevi Devireddy 15 July 2015
India has the youngest population with 356 million in the age group of 10-24 which illustrates that in the next 30 years to come, most of the workable population of India will be young. India is poised to become the world’s youngest country by 2020, with an average age of 29 years