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Why VCs Aren’t Funding Women-led Startups

From: Via: Why VCs Aren’t Funding Women-led Startups - Knowledge@Wharton’s it
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Ignorance and fear are big obstacles for Muslim startup founders

From: Mashable By Samantha Cooney Recommended by: Mashable Chobani founder and CEO Hamdi Ulukaya gives a speech at the opening of a yogurt plant on Dec. 17, 2012, in Twin Falls, Idaho. Jack Dempsey/Invision for Chobani/AP Images
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Optimism in Commercial Real Estate

Commercial executives appear relatively optimistic about the general state of
 the market in 2016, with many predicting higher than average deal volumes for their firms. When considering the adoption of new technology, most believe that the influx
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What the Decline in Venture Capital Funding Means for Entrepreneurs

From: Via: Some pointers for entrepreneurs.. largely live and die by the
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Indian SaaS market to cross $50 bn: Report

English: Shows distribution of funding by % among counties; San Diego has recieved the most, at over 10% (Photo credit: Wikipedia) MUMBAI: SaaS (Software as a Service) products market in India is expected to cross $50 billion in the next ten
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From: Via: March 5th, 2016 Venue: Axilor Ventures and Finance Bootcamp for Start-
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Real Entrepreneurs Are Never “Stuck”

A version of this article previously appeared Forbes. Professional investors do not fund great ideas. Instead, they fund proven businesses. The reality is that most […] The post Real Entrepreneurs Are Never “Stuck” appeared first
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Companies caring for employees attract socially responsible funds

From: Buisness-standard By BS Reporter Recommended by: business-standard Looking after your employees is good for business as it can attract 35 per cent more investment from socially responsible funds, a study by an assistant
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India's direct selling industry likely to reach Rs 645 bn by 2025

 A report titled, 'Direct 2015 - Direct selling: Mapping the industry across Indian states' by FICCI-KPMG says that direct selling, the oldest and traditional forms of selling, is today a successful industry operating in over 100 countries,