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  • Sunil Mittal : India should say NO to Facebook, Google, WhatsApp [H1B Issue]

    “If you come to a situation where skilled workers which actually drive your economy back home are going to be denied (entry) or Indian companies are forced to pay a particular salary just to become uncompetitive in those countries, I think that becomes an affirmative action against the companies that want to do trade there,”

    Sunil mittal said the above highlighting that it is unfair that movement of Indian workers gets restricted (i.e. H1B ban), while foreign firms make huge profits in India.

    Data: WhatsApp has 200mn+ users in India (largest userbase)

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  • Hats off : Gautam Gambhir !!

    He is a cricketer. He has no business doing this. But he is doing it !! These are the #Changemakers that the world needs to know of (in this avatar).

     

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  • But Why?

    So we have been on an experimental mode for a pretty long time and here is a quick summary of what has worked* and what’s the way forward. (more…)

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  • Millennials & new media platforms – A match made in heaven

    Millennials are now the most dominant part of the worldwide workforce, having outnumbered baby boomers and the Gen X. They are soon likely to also become the biggest consumer group across the globe.  By the end of this decade, one in three adults will be a millennial.

    Millennials : The Indian Youth
    Millennials : The Indian Youth

    Why so much attention is given to their preferences and consumption patterns, then, becomes amply apparent from these numbers. (more…)

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  • People prefer watching TV shows on devices and NOT on TV: Report

    Signaling an accelerating shift in the digital video market consumer behavior, the percentage of consumers who prefer watching TV shows on television sets plummeted by 55 percent over the past year, from 52 percent to 23 percent.

    The report reveals a particularly steep decline over the past year in the percentage of India’s consumers who prefer to view TV shows on TV sets. (more…)

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