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Opportunity to learn from Startup Online Event: Application of Kaizen Concept for Startup Success
Events

Opportunity to learn from Startup Online Event: Application of Kaizen Concept for Startup Success

Kaizen is a Japanese term meaning "change for the better" or "continuous improvement." It is a Japanese business philosophy regarding the processes that continuously improve operations and involve all employees. If you are a business owner and want to create improvements within your company, keep reading. We are here to navigate your entrepreneurial journey. Earlypad Handpicked Events Learn from the Live Interactive Workshop on Kaizen for startups by Jayanth Murthy, Joint Managing Director, Kaizen Institute. He has over 24 years of focused training & consulting experience in the “improvement domain”. He has trained and consulted in over 30+ countries and his key area of interest and expertise lies in Kaizen/ Lean/ Operational Excellence. Start Date: 17 Dec 2020 Time: 4.00 ...
How to Register a Startup in India
Coaching, Stories

How to Register a Startup in India

Thinking about to give up your day job which has a time limit, to full fill your dream of starting your own business? Indeed, you want to give a shot to your startup idea? “Startup” is a buzz word that is popular all over the world. Overwhelming motivation from success stories of startups can fill you with zeal to carry out the services to conquer the market. This excitement of conquering the market can make you forget to ask an important question. The question is “How to register a startup in India?” The prior step for carrying out services of any business is to register your startup to avoid future legal copyright issues and many more. Registering a startup protects your rights on your organization, the idea of services, permits and many more. Now that we have learned why an...
Lessons To Start Your Business
Coaching, Market Research

Lessons To Start Your Business

The biggest challenges to starting and growing a business include: Coming up with a great product or service. Having a strong plan and vision for the business. Not having sufficient capital and cashflow. Finding great employees. Firing bad employees quickly in a way that doesn’t result in legal liability. Working more that you expected. Not getting discouraged by rejections from customers. But here are some key lessons for you starting your business. https://www.facebook.com/earlypad/videos/616214182261692/ Stay tune with Earlypad for more updates.