It is easy to start a venture, but very difficult to keep it going and growing. At each major stage from start-up to sustainable success, entrepreneurs face tough decisions about shifting gears, making major changes, and letting go of people, partners, and products.
Asserting that India and China are not rivals, Chinese Consul General Niu Qingbao said that both countries are rather partners in development. "China and India have been in the news for many years, first because both are fastest-growing major economies, which lead some to predict that we will dominate the world. We have border disputes that had resulted in what strategists term as 'unavoidable confrontation' or 'rivalry' between us," Niu said while addressing a seminar.
Exports from the European Union (EU) to India have fallen by one percent from EUR13.1 billion for January to April, 2011 to EUR13 billion (about USD16 billion) for the like period this year, EUAsia News reported. Indian exports to the EU, however, fell by 10 percent from EUR13.8 billion in January to April 2011 to EUR12.4 billion for the same period in 2012.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) has announced some new offerings to help small and medium-size businesses (SMBs) prepare their technology infrastructures for a growing mobile workforce.
West Bengal could attract around INR10 billion investment in the Information Technology (IT) sector in the next one-and-half years, Computer Association of Eastern India said.