The legal sector in India, even in 2021 – faces the challenge of not being tech-savvy. This lack of digital enablement continues to persist on various levels, regardless of attempts (and some even successful ones) to make it more hassle-free. However, at a time where there is a need for innovation, one generally thinks of the startup ecosystem to disrupt the market and make life easy for consu…
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Understanding Data Assets And Their Significance In The Future Of Businesses Across The World3 min read
As businesses across industries and sectors continue to become more digitally-enabled, the need for data which adds value and helps in making high-quality decisions is becoming paramount. It is this highly structured and organized data which comprises of data assets, and it is these assets which are becoming a prized property for businesses which have the aspirations to go big and go global in…
Online Content Market In India: What Could Be The Next Big Thing During And After COVID-19?3 min read
Over the years (or decades, rather), we’ve seen a seismic-level expansion when it comes to content production; mostly horizontal but stretching the bounds of imagination via the aid of technology. What started off as print moved to broadcast and then digital, and now is social – whilst currently standing in the personal/niche or immersive content space in 2020 and already looking at “What next?”.
How Learning And Development (L&D) Can Lead Your Organization Into The Future4 min read
Even as companies look to cut costs in order to maintain business continuity and safeguard cash-flows, this is a time for increased attention to the employees – the people that make the company. The L&D function can play a crucial role in driving the organisation through these difficult times.
Lockdowns And Work-From-Homes: A Shot In The Arm For The EdTech Sector In India?3 min read
Our latest podcast with Shreyasi Singh, Co-founder and CEO of Harappa Education, looks at how business are responding to the opportunity that is in the making with the surge of online consumers for the ed-tech sector, on account of the pandemic and lockdowns. But with the increased consumption, traditional offline educational institutions have entered the digital world as well.