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Will Crowdfunding Become a Big Deal in India?

From: knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu Via: twitter.com Will Crowdfunding Become a Big Deal in India? https://t.co/RGctbZNT03Crowdfunding — the practice
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Funding for Sustainability Businesses

From: tryforgood.com Via: twitter.com RT @VentureBean: Funding for Sustainability Businesses https://t.co/OtRVKoDgtUSustainable businesses are the
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India suggests UN divert a percentage of peacekeeping funds to peace-building

From: Hindustan Times Recommended by: Hindustan times India’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Tanmaya Lal pointed out that less than even one per cent of the funds allocated to peacekeeping are available for
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Back To The Bootstrap - Living Without Series A Funding

From: www.forbes.com   By: Trevor Clawson Via: twitter.com Rather than opting for Series A,
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Finance Can Be a Noble Profession (Yes, Really)

Despite the industry’s bad behavior, finance will always be central to our lives.
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Pick Up The Pace: The Urgency Of Digitizing Financial Services

Financial services executives believe digital innovations and strategies are key to differentiating customer experience and business performance. They also understand that failure to take adequate steps raises the risk of disruption or even
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Co founder conflicts & challenges

From: www.slideshare.net   By: Anjana Vivek Via: twitter.com For more points on minimisation of
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Yello Raises $31 Million in Series C Funding Round

Yello, a Chicago-based recruitment software company, announced on June 21 that it closed its series C funding round, having raised $31 million. JMI Equity, a growth equity firm that invests mainly in software companies, led this round of
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India Inc seen spending, investing more in 2017: Amex survey

From: Hindustan Times Recommended by: Hindustan times Indian companies are expected to spend and invest more this year, a survey showed on Thursday, raising hopes of faster economic growth and more hiring.Driven by positive economic

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