Enterprise deal koi bakri ka bachcha hai jo daude aur pakad liya – Musings to Seal an Enterprise Deal

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Written by: Pankaj Raj Pipariya

About the author: Sales Director, ZingHR (Cnergyis Infotech Pvt Ltd)

Cricket is considered a gentleman’s game. Still often it is said that the real game is played off-ground between the two ears. It is required to work on thoughts and feelings, before action on the ground…….

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The Keystone of Marketing Strategy: CVP

over three decades of experience in Marketing & Sales in industry sectors ranging from transport fuels, lubricants, entertainment and FMCG. He has worked in global markets across 5 continents, and currently works as a Senior Vice President in India

Written by: Ashish Kothari

About the author: Ashish Kothari has over three decades of experience in Marketing & Sales in industry sectors ranging from transport fuels, lubricants, entertainment and FMCG. He has worked in global markets across 5 continents, and currently works as a Senior Vice President in India

Joe Saldana glanced at his watch a third and final time as he eased into the corner table at Moonbucks Coffee. Relieved that he was well in time for his 11 o’clock appointment with Mr. Mehra, (his premier prospect for a lucrative endowment policy), Joe pulled out his carefully prepared benefit illustrations just as his client walked in….

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What To Ask Yourself When Your Business Is Going Through Hard Times

Managing Director | Chief Executive Officer | Automotives | Manufacturing | Engineering

Written by: Ram Parthasarathy

About the author: Managing Director | Chief Executive Officer | Dynalec Controls Pvt. Ltd. | Automotives | Manufacturing | Engineering

When times are good, businesses get by with a lack of systems and controls, and owners think everything is OK with their business. And when a downturn comes along, panic sets in. Here are some questions to ask yourself when facing hard times, actually even if times are good……

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People Centric Business- A confluence of Infrastructure, Technology and People

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Written by: Pankaj Pipariya

About the author: Head of Business Development-India. Srilanka, Bangladesh & Nepal at Anahat Organisation Development Consultancy Pvt Ltd

Do you know People (Employees, Customers, Investors, and Business Partners) generate more data points in a company than any other factor? Invasion of mobile phones has accelerated the pace of data generation. A research said, an average person looks at his/her mobile screen more than 600 times a day……

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In Plant Logistics – key elements to enhance the business of manufacturing entities

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Written by: Shantha Martin

About the author: Chief Executive Officer at PENTAGON Group

The innovative technologies influence logistics in important ways. The digitization of the supply chain and automation of logistics processes – through technologies such as the industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), smart sensors, Big Data and artificial intelligence (AI), along with other new technologies – has paved the way to innovative, interconnected and smart logistics……

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Marketing Through Influencers

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Written by: Abhra Banerjee

About the author: President & CEO at Cleanomatics, a Stadhawk, Inc Brand

Was watching an old Bengali movie. The protagonist reaches Puri Railway Station. As soon as he alights from the train he is surrounded by Rickshaw-Wala, Tonga-Wala & Taxi-Wala offering him a ride to the “best hotel” in town with a complete package offering for 3 days of tour inclusive of a Panda/Priest guided Puja & Tour of the Sacred Sri Jagannath Temple, and a “Nulia (local lifeguards) guided swimming experience in the rough seas of Puri, etc…….

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Showbiz During Pandemic – A Media And Entertainment Perspective

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Written by: Dr. Sharmila Banerjee

About the author: CEO at Green Chillies Motion Pictures | Founder and CEO -IWLF | The Leadership Consortium

Create a synergistic marketing environment where the CMO and CXO/CCO can collaborate to create the best customer experience

The COVID-19 pandemic began at a time of increasing global economic vulnerability. There were already genuine concerns of falling consumption levels and investment alongside rising unemployment. Brexit and the U.S-China trade war hadn’t helped and there was a palpable sense of uncertainty…..

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Code RED

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Written by: Abhijeet Mukherjee

About the author: Ex. President & CEO – QDigi Services, Hindustan Unilever, Coca-Cola, Eicher, Aircel, General Electric Company & Monster.com

Developing & executing a 360-degree Marketing (below the line) plan for an internationally renowned Beverage Brand. This resulted in marketing leadership across all the Beverage Categories.
Let me call this Brand – “Brand X”

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Secrets of an International Assignment

over three decades of experience in Marketing & Sales in industry sectors ranging from transport fuels, lubricants, entertainment and FMCG. He has worked in global markets across 5 continents, and currently works as a Senior Vice President in India

Written by: Ashish Kothari

About the author: Ashish Kothari has over three decades of experience in Marketing & Sales in industry sectors ranging from transport fuels, lubricants, entertainment and FMCG. He has worked in global markets across 5 continents, and currently works as a Senior Vice President in India

Have you ever wondered why we only ever hear the term “Non-Resident Indian”, and not “Non-Resident any-other-nationality”? Perhaps there is a technical answer deeply embedded in India’s complex tax laws. But viewed from another lens, this group does merit a dedicated terminology. After all, they do constitute by far the largest group expatriates resident abroad! International assignees are a major sub-group of NRI’s, and the subject of this article….

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My client is an idiot – A note on Trust and Empathy based Selling

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Written by: Pankaj Pipariya

About the author: Head of Business Development-India. Srilanka, Bangladesh & Nepal at Anahat Organisation Development Consultancy Pvt Ltd

In the year 2010, I got an opportunity to hear Dr David Maister, co-author of The Trust Advisor in a conference in Washington DC, USA. Since then, the collocated word, Trusted-Advisor got stuck with me, and is also an often-aspired phrase in the service industry…..

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Businesses Beyond Pandemic

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Written by: Dr. Sharmila Banerjee

About the author: CEO at Green Chillies Motion Pictures | Founder and CEO -IWLF | The Leadership Consortium

Create a synergistic marketing environment where the CMO and CXO/CCO can collaborate to create the best customer experience

Marketing is any business action that creates interest or gathers information about a prospect or potential customer….

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What is the way to learn sales?

Managing Director at MiQ. Ex Google | Microsoft. Tech biz builder and investor In 2008

Written by: Siddharth Dabhade

About the author: Managing Director at MiQ. Ex Google | Microsoft. Tech biz builder and investor

Observe what good salesperson in your organization do If you are working in a sales organization, this is absolutely important and the fastest way to learn. I have observed many strong sales persons (and not all were in sales!) and many interesting styles to sell……

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Product Development in Startups

over three decades of experience in Marketing & Sales in industry sectors ranging from transport fuels, lubricants, entertainment and FMCG. He has worked in global markets across 5 continents, and currently works as a Senior Vice President in India

Written by: Ashish Kothari

About the author: Ashish Kothari has over three decades of experience in Marketing & Sales in industry sectors ranging from transport fuels, lubricants, entertainment and FMCG. He has worked in global markets across 5 continents, and currently works as a Senior Vice President in India

Conventional approaches to product development maximize chances of success by building all possible features that could fulfill the maximum number of customer needs. Startups don’t have the luxury of investing the same time and money. That’s why the MVP approach is better suited for startups…

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