So how would you like a job that takes just a few hours of your time a day, as you spend the rest of your time hopping from country to country across continents, sunbathing on the beaches in Thailand, learning Salsa in Argentina, trekking through the foothills of the Himalayas, ranching in South Africa – you get the idea of becoming a digital nomad!
Mukesh Ambani is the richest man in India and with a fortune worth over $22 billion, one of the richest men in the world. He is the Chairman and CEO of Reliance Industries Limited, which is perhaps the most successful Indian private sector company, and a triumph of true entrepreneurship against the odds.
Ambani had to struggle to get to where he is now. He owes a lot to the foundation built by his father, the legendary Dhirubhai Ambani, but is was Mukesh who built the $100 billion structure, that is Reliance Industries. What are the business lessons that you can learn from his life and career?
There is much to be happy about if you are an Indonesian, about the country’s prospects in the tourism industry. Indonesia’s tourism industry has witnessed a strong growth over the past two years because of how popular the country has been with foreign tourists looking for decent getaways from work, at a rock bottom price.
The Lean Startup – How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation by Eric Ries: Book Review
The Lean Startup by Eric Ries is one book that you must read whether you are in the process of building a startup or investing in one. This is a book that is taken seriously by all new entrepreneurs, especially those involved in internet entrepreneurship, app development or creation of software products.
While outsourcing to India is a hugely popular concept in the business community in the United States, United Kingdom and Australia and rapidly gaining currency in the rest of the Western world as well, there are a few things to be kept in mind before deciding to shift a part of your business to India.