About Inhouse Author
More From Inhouse Author
Press Release Summit
Accra, Ghana: 19/06/2019- Leading system integrator in Sub-Saharan Africa Inlaks has concluded plans to be a part of the Digital […]
Our purpose in life should be seen as a guiding framework that comes from our values. It’s not a future destination to arrive at, but rather something that has always existed inside you, waiting to be discovered. When you think of purpose this way, you will more easily discover your guiding purpose in life. There are 8 thought-provoking (yet a little weird) questions that will help you discover your purpose in life, along with bonus tips and examples along the way. Let’s begin!
1. Was there a turning point that prompted you to start on your own? When and how did you become an entrepreneur? I started working with the yacht industry in 2013, in a Pvt Ltd company as an operations executive. While learning how the industry works, it’s ethos and the growth aspect shortly, an idea popped out of my mind, of a start-up. I shared this idea with one of my co- sailor, who was with me since I started
The history of printing dates back to 3500 BCE. The documents written in clay were certified using cylinder seals in the persian and mesopotamian civilisation. Wood block printing was originated in China in 200CE. Humanity has seen printing by using stencils, seals and blocks made out of stone and bronze. As technology advanced the printing methods evolved from movable types to laser printing in the present day. But the recent years have seen a rise in 3D printing.
We spoke to Revathi Roy on her venture: Hey DeeDee – India’s First ever Instant parcel delivery service by women launched on 7th March 2016 Revathi also heads Zaffiro Learning – a skilling for employment enterprise and Zaffiro Ventures – A mentoring and investment arm for student start-ups and Angel Investment
Namrata Jain, psychologist & corporate trainer features in our list of exceptional, enterprising women this year. When she couldn’t find her calling in a 9 to 5 job, and in spite of resistance from her family, she moved out and started a company by herself. In a short span of 5 years, Namrata has founded 3 companies in the mental health space and each of them is