“Every industry is facing disruption from new technologies and new business models. To remain a leader a company must keep innovating, and to do that it needs people who think and act like entrepreneurs. That is the genesis of the theme of Shine Bright, which also happens to be my 10th book,” says bestselling author Rashmi Bansal.
What goes into the making of an entrepreneur? Grit, determination, innovation and support. That’s what emerged at a panel discussion at…
Startups and sexism: That was the topic of Feminist Rani, hosted by SheThePeople.TV at Cafe Zoe on Thursday (July 20). The discussion was moderated by author Meghna Pant.
In her new book ‘God’s Own Kitchen’, bestselling author Rashmi Bansal chronicles the story of Akshaya Patra, an NGO which feeds midday meals to over 1.6 million children in India.
Indian women Literati’s works in fiction, non-fiction, self-help and a plethora of other topics have been impressing global connoisseurs. Stoking the fire in this new ‘think local act global’ trend are the following five Indian woman authors