Indiaâ€™s biggest asset is their â€˜talent pool’, but it’s not doing justice to all, says MetricStream’s Indian American Executive Chairman
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â€œUnshackle yourself and donâ€™t let risk scare you,â€ says Gandhi, Managing Partner at Quain Investments LLC
ECCâ€™s Indian American boss advises people not to over-program and instead prioritize fewer activities.
The last date to registration for the hackathon is March 7.
Indian embassy in US hosts mentoring program for Indian National Startup Awards 2020 finalists.
Pioneer Indian American entrepreneur gets Science and Technology Lifetime Achievement Award 2020.
Simple, user friendly video conference app can be used by nine to 90-year-olds with ease.
Indian American cofounder says subscription model beneficial to both drivers and consumers.
Indigo Global, an elite corporate strategy and solutions firm, recently appointed Craig Snyder as its president and CEO.
The biotech company is led by Indian Americans Karthik Musunuri and Sandeep Jain.
The event will feature a number of celebrated women entrepreneurs.
The Indian American hotelier represents AAHOA at roundtable hosted by Vice President Mike Pence.
Best focus group discussions are those where participants discuss the research questions without noticing a moderator’s intervention.
Digital platforms offering almost free upskilling, reskilling and uplifting hidden national talents are the need of the hour.
As Coronavirus is testing political and leadership skills of national leaders, small medium business sectors across the world are ready for mobilization.
Culinary Institute of America alumni’s Mumbai venture becomes first Indian restaurant to win prestigious honor.
Urgently needed is the open and bold discussion on national mobilization of entrepreneurialism on digital platforms.
Inspiring role models used as a tool to empower South Asian women.
IndiGo cofounder Rakesh Gangwal, the richest Indian American, is ranked 225th in the nation.
Big business is big business but small business is much bigger.
Nations whose citizens think entrepreneurially will be the nations that thrive in todayâ€™s changing world.
The workshop will feature prominent speakers from the area.
Shahrukh Khan,Â Mr. Rai, you can do better than this.
Romesh T. Wadhwani is the richest Indian American; others on the list are Rakesh Gangwal, Vinod Khosla, Kavitark Ram Shriram and Niraj Shah.
Sixth annual boot camp for young entrepreneurs concludes on a high note.