Thursday, November 29, 2012

Find your client & Pitch your Client in Four Step by Apurv Modi

Step One

Find your client :-

Finding of client in new business era become very easy if your organization doing SMM “Social Media Marketing” activity online and its very useful to build relationship with your client. Now it’s the time of WWW “Win – Win - Win”

W- Winning situation for client
W- Winning situation for Vendor
W- Winning situation for us, Which can be build through good relationship with your client and vendor and good relationship can be build through SM “Social Media”

Lets discuss about next point.. How to pitch your client

Step Two..

Story with WOW Factor
If you can present your idea in an interesting and entertaining way ss well as making it more engaging, it will help to underline what you are able to deliver.  The story should focus on a problem and how you can solve the issue with the minimum of fuss and disruption.Try to present you personal experience and realistic story.
Step Three…

 Pay attention to the detail
One of the worst things that can happen to you when pitching is getting caught out on details. A credible investor or business person will have a good eye for detail, no matter how big or small. Think, think again and then check again for any turning point in your figures and business plan.
Step Four….

Remember your Vision of your pitch

Always remember your vision of your pitch. What you expect at the end of the day. What image you want to build in front of your Investor or Your Client or Your Vendor.

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Jain brothers from DABRA ( A Small Town in MP) all set to create revolution - is first online platform for enabling networking among doctors and future doctors, medical product and services organizations to leverage the "power of community and connections". Revolution happens when likeminded people come together to discuss and share their ideas on the platform designed to empower the medical industry. Beta Launched in June 2012, docntalk visions to features the best and biggest networking and grouping options for medical professionals. Absolutely different from social networks like LinkedIn or Facebook because is dedicated only for doctors and medical professionals. The biggest and world’s first dedicated platform for networking among medical professionals.

Jain Brothers ..

Abhinav Jain :- After completing his Engineering in IT , Abhinav had chosen Business Intelligence domain for his career path. Post being a successful professional leader in companies like Dell, SAP from core to top levels, planning and directing technical initiatives for ‘docntalk’ are his core responsibilities. Naturally humorous and always smiling, Abhinav is well known trainer, speaker, writer and presenter in BI world and motivational leadership.

Apurv Modi :- Apurv breaths energy and young air in the team. His exceptional experience with excel start-ups like Crafitti consulting, Qutesys infosol,, The Global Technopreneur, enriched his wide mind-set in marketing and sales strategy. International relationship and branding for start-ups are his proficiency and responsibility plots in docntalk. A BE-MBA known for his simplistic, inquisitive and out of the box leading style, Apurv has a deep passion for Entrepreneurship and Digital Marketing.

Docntalk claims to have received registrations from 1000+ Doctors within just 2 months from our 79 countries. Around 100 research papers have been uploaded on the website. Currently, they are visiting medical colleges all over India to get the budding Doctors online as well. This can enable them to connect with their seniors and get a considerable amount of knowledge and exposure about the latest trends in the market.

A unique feature on Docntalk is the message option on the Doctor’s public profile. Here, people can ask any question to the doctor and the Doctor can reply from his/her inbox. This reply will go to the other person’s email.” Docntalk’s complete usage is restricted to ONLY doctors and future Doctors, but as an additional feature, the public profile is kept open for the general public.

Initially, the Docntalk team faced some challenges while setting up the technology, as they were concentrating on improvising upon time, scalability and money. Now that their platform is ready, they are going about maximum doctors online.

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

doc n talk has started by young Entrepreneurs with different concept and Idea "Revolution in Medical Domain and Industry "

doc n talk has started by young Entrepreneurs with different concept and Idea "Revolution in Medical Domain and Industry ". It's a online platform for Doctors and Future Doctors and it is very use full for Non Doctor people like us.
Doctor, have you ever thought; how many other medical professionals know you in your city, or in your state, country or around the globe. Forget that, how about showcasing your skills, Medical researchers, great discoveries and bigger ideas find doctors worth sharing with other medical professional and making a greater medical community. So if you like the ideas above, you are just one click away from being a part of revolution in Medical domain and industry.Absolutely different from social networks like LinkedIn or Facebook because docntalk is dedicated only for Doctors and medical professionals. The biggest and world's first dedicated platform for networking among medical professionals.What is DocnTalk!!!DocNTalk is platform for enabling networking among Doctors and future Doctors, Medical product,Medical Researches and services organizations to leverage the "power of community and connections". Revolution happens when likeminded people come together to discuss and share their ideas on the platform designed to empower the medical industry. Launched in April 2012, DNT goals to features the best networking and grouping options for medical professionals.

Monday, May 28, 2012

Shouryya Ray Creates History by Cracking 350-Year-Old Maths Puzzles Set by Sir Isaac Newton

A 16-year-old Kolkata boy Shouryya Ray, who arrived Germany 4 years ago, surprised the world by solving two fundamental particle dynamics theories which physicists could calculate only by using powerful computers. Hundreds and thousands of geniuses have already tried their hands and brains on it and Shouryya Ray is the first ever person to have succeeded with flying colors. His solutions will now enable scientists to calculate the flight path of a thrown ball and how it will exactly hit and bounce off a wall for which they had been waiting for more than 350 years.

Shouryya Ray’s journey of solving the maths puzzles started when he heard that the 350 years old puzzle was unsolvable from professors of Dresden University during a school trip. His reaction was “Why not?” “I didn’t believe there couldn’t be a solution” he added and the next what he did, all at the age 16, is history.

He is the son of an engineer who discovered his son’s exceptional intellect after testing his brain with complicated arithmetic problems.

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Creative Entrepreneurs "Michelle Ward" Share Their Business Struggles

"Michelle Ward"In the beginning stages of my business, my biggest struggle was my full-time job! I knew I couldn’t cut off my income stream and strike out on my own before (a) I was certified as a life coach (b) had some savings in the bank to live on so I wouldn’t have to execute Plan B (something like working retail/waiting tables) for a good 6 months (c) I felt confident that people in the world knew I existed.
The first thing I did was to get out of my full-time job that expected me to be on my BlackBerry 24/7, had me travel way too much for my liking, and came with a verbally abusive boss (fun!). Before even signing up for life coaching classes, I made it my mission to find a non-Blackberry, non-traveling, overtime-free job with a boss who wasn’t psychotic. I met with what must’ve been close to a dozen recruiters to rework my resume, test myself on computer basics, and have ‘em set-up interviews for me. In a month or two’s time I had a job offer to be an Executive Assistant in a financial consulting company. It wasn’t the best fit ever, but it had all the requirements I was looking for, gave me a bigger salary (and a bonus! and overtime pay, if I had to work it!), as well as the guarantee that I could devote my nights and weekends to my coaching classes and clients. It took me 2 years & 7 months to go from my first day there (which was also the first month I started my life coaching classes!) to go from my first day to my last, but who the heck’s counting now?! I’ve been a full-time entrepreneur for over 13 months and am thriving, and my full-time, abusive-free day job helped me get here.

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Entrepreneur Sabeer Bhatia "HOT Mail"

Sabeer Bhatia is one of the poster boys of Indian success story at Silicon Valley. He is better known as the man who co-founded Hotmail. He later sold it to Microsoft for $400 million and today Hotmail is the world's largest e-mail provider, with over 50 million registered users.

Sabeer Bhatia was born in 1969 at Chandigarh. He comes from a humble background. His father was an army officer and his mother worked with the Central Bank of India. Sabeer Bhatia had his earlier schooling at Bishop Cotton's School in Pune and later on at St Joseph's College in Bangalore. After passing out from school he joined the Birla Institute of Technology (BITS) at Pilani. At Pilani, he qualified to try for a transfer scholarship at Cal Tech, considered to be the world's most competitive scholarship. Sabeer Bhatia was the only applicant in the entire world in 1988 to get a passing score of 62.

In 1988 Sabeer Bhatia came to America and completed his B.Sc. with honours and earned a master's degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University. In 1992, while working on his Ph.D., Sabeer dropped out and joined Apple Computers as a systems integrator. He worked for Apple Computer for a year. Then he worked for another startup, Firepower Systems Inc. In 1995, Sabir Bhatia co-founded Hotmail Corporation along with Jack Smith, a colleague at Apple Computers. They launched pioneering web-based e-mail service Hotmail. At the end of 1997, he sold Hotmail to Microsoft for $400 million. Sabeer Bhatia t worked for Microsoft for a year until March of 1999, and then in the middle of 1999 he founded was supposed to be a real-time marketplace for technology related solutions and support. It was envisaged as a platform that would enable engineers, developers and scientists from around the world to monetise their expertise on the one hand, and enable corporations to improve the productivity of their employees on the other. Sabeer Bhatia's vision was to make, the world's largest human network of intellectual capital. But failed with the burst of dot-com bubble. In 2006 Sabeer Bhatia relaunched Arzoo as a travel portal. Sabeer Bhatia has also started a new venture called BlogEverywhere with co-founders Shiraz Kanga and Viraf Zack.

Sabeer Bhatia has won several honors and awards. These include: "Entrepreneur of the Year," award by the venture capital firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson (1997); and "TR100" award, presented by MIT to 100 young innovators who are expected to have the greatest impact on technology in the next few years. He was named by TIME as one of the "People to Watch" in International Business (2002)

Entrepreneur Sameer Gehlaut " Successful Entrepreneur "

Young entrepreneur Sameer Gehlaut established Indiabulls in 2000, after acquiring Inorbit Securities, a stock brokerage company in Delhi. The group started its operations from asmall office near Hauz Khas bus terminal in Delhi.The office had a tin roof and two computers.

In less than 10 years the group has become one of the leading financial services and real estate company in India,they have a land bank of 4000 acres.

Sameer Gehlaut is India’s youngest self made billionaire at just 34 years of age. According to Forbes (2008), he has a net worth of $1.2 billion.He is the 962nd richest person in the world and 45th richest in India.

Sameer Gehlaut completed his Mechanical Engineering from IIT Delhi in 1995 .He worked for Halliburton in the United States. He came back to India to start an earth moving and miningbusiness ,which is presently run by his family.

In 2000 Sameer Gehlaut was only 26 when he startedIndiabulls with the help of Saurabh Mittal and Rajiv Rattan.Mittal and Rattan were his friends at IIT Delhi.

Indiabuls were the pioneers in the online brokerage business segment. The company had a young management team and were able to raise money from time to time. Its investors included LN Mittal and Farallon Capital . In September 2004 the company came out with its IPO.

Indiabulls started as an online brokerage company but over the years they have added new products and services .They also entered into new business segments.The group’s business interests include real estate ,consumer finance ,mortgages, retail and power.They have a market capitalization of more than Rs. 25000 crores.

We can recall that Indiabulls acquired 7.8 acres of land from NTC for Rs 441.75 crore,this was the Elphinstone Mills land in Lower Parel,Mumbai.They also acquired 11 acres of the Land from NTC for Rs 276.6 crore,this was the land of Jupiter Mills in Lower Parel,Mumbai.

Indiabulls acquired more than 115 acres of land in Sonepat,Haryana for developing residential real estate.

Indiabulls entered into a joint venture with Sogecap for its foray into the Life insurance business. Sogecap is the Life insurance subsidiary of the French company Societe Generale.

Saurabh Mittal and Rajiv Rattan have a net worth of around $ 500 million each.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

The Greatest Entrepreneur - Dhirubhai H. Ambani

At the age of 17 went to Aden (now part of Yemen) and worked for A. Besse & Co. Ltd., the sole selling distributor of Shell products.In the year 1958 returned to Mumbai and started his first company, Reliance Commercial Corporation, a commodity trading and export house.In the year 1966, as a first step in Reliance's highly successful strategy of backward integration, he started the textile mill in Naroda, Ahmedabad.In the year 1975, a technical team from the World Bank certified that the Reliance textile plant was "excellent by developed country standards."In the year 1977, the company went public.Credited with a number of financial innovations in the Indian capital markets. Today, the Reliance Group has one of the largest family of shareholders in the world. With an investment of over Rs 36,000 crore (US$ 9 billion) in petroleum refining, petrochemicals, power generation, telecommunication services and a port terminal in a three-year time frame, has steered the Reliance Group to its current status as India's leading textiles-petroleum-petrochemicals-power-telecom player.

Achievements: Voted India's 'Top Businessman' in the 'Best of India' poll conducted by Zee News, August 2003.

Petrotech Society conferred posthumously the 'Lifetime Achievement Award' for his outstanding contribution to Downstream Petroleum Industry in India, January 2003.

Rated as one of 'India's Most Admired CEOs' for the fourth consecutive year in the Business Barons - Taylor Nelson Sofres - Mode Survey, July 2002.

Conferred the 'Lifetime Achievement Award' by India HRD Congress, February 2002.

Conferred 'The Economic Times Award for Corporate Excellence for Lifetime Achievement', August 2001.

Felicitated by the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai with a citation at a civic reception, December 2000.

Conferred the 'Man of the Century' award by Chemtech Foundation and Chemical Engineering World in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the growth and development of the chemical industry in India, November 2000.

Conferred the 'Indian Entrepreneur of the 20th Century' award by FICCI (Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industries), for his meticulous scripting of one of the most remarkable stories of business endeavour of the 20th century, March 2000.

Thrice (in the years 2000, 1998 and 1996) nominated as one of the 'Power 50 - the most powerful people in Asia' by Asiaweek magazine.

Voted as the most admired Indian of the millennium in the field of Business & Economics in 'Legends - A Celebration of Excellence' poll audited by Ernst & Young for Zee Network, January 2000.

Voted as 'Creator of Wealth' of the Century in The Times of India poll, January 2000.

Chosen as one of the three 'makers of equity' by India Today in their special millennium issue entitled '100 People Who Shaped India in the 20th Century', January 2000.

Chosen by the Indian Merchants' Chamber as "An Outstanding Visionary of the 20th Century" in recognition of his unique achievements and contribution in the development of industry and capital markets in India, December 1999.

Voted as 'Indian Businessman of the Century' in Business Barons Global Multimedia Poll, December 1999.

Amongst 'The Power 50 - India's 50 most powerful decision-makers in Politics, Business & Finance', Business Barons, August 1999.

Declared 'Most Admired Indian Business Leader' by The Times of India, poll, July 1999.

The only Indian industrialist in 'Business Hall of Fame' in Asiaweek, October 1998.

Awarded the Dean's Medal by The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, for setting an outstanding example of leadership, June 1998.

Chosen as 'Star of Asia' by Business Week, USA, June 1998.

Leading business magazine Business Barons placed him in its list of 'India's 25 Most Influential Business and Financial Leaders', June 1998.

Awarded the Companion Membership of the Textile Institute, UK, an award which is limited to 50 living members who have "substantially advanced the general interests of the industries based on fibres", 1994.

Chosen 'Businessman of the Year 1993', Business India, January 1994.


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