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Entrepreneurship

Discussions related to Entrepreneurship

Anusha , Dreamer, wanderer and thus a startup enthusia Oct, 19 2016

Self employment used to be a fad, now it’s fading


Who doesn’t want to be their own boss? Instead of being told what to do by employers we say it should be us calling the shots, deciding when and how to get things done. Making a living would be so much easier and more pleasant. If that was the dream, welcome to the nightmare!

Saloni , Oct, 19 2016


There’s been a lot of hype around the term entrepreneur and startups over the past few years. There is an increasing number of news channels and media outlets emerge in the public sphere that focus primarily on entrepreneurship. While popularity isn’t a bad thing, it’s a force that has created a fad. Starting up a business now has never been easier. Even a mediocre Google search will come back with billions of results, from step-by-step manuals on how to start a business to real-life entrepreneur stories. Not to mention, the abundance of books available in the market offering in-depth education on business practice. But theory has never and will never succeed practicality and thats when and how most of the startups are failing!
There’s been a lot of hype around the term entrepreneur and startups over the past few years. There is an increasing number of news channels and media outlets emerge in the public sphere that focus primarily on entrepreneurship. While popularity isn’t a bad thing, it’s a force that has created


Anant , Oct, 19 2016


Self employed can be of 2 types i feel, you either start of a company and get in the business of being called an entrepreneur or be a consultant/ freelancer. I have been a freelancer since long now, and it has been an upward trend ever since in terms of salaries to the point where I would be cutting my income by 40-50% taking a permanent role. As long as you set money aside for downtime and pay into a pension religiously it is so far superior to being an employee I can't even imagine dropping down into a permanent job again. I had a two month break this year which is impossible for the employees.
Self employed can be of 2 types i feel, you either start of a company and get in the business of being called an entrepreneur or be a consultant/ freelancer. I have been a freelancer since long now, and it has been an upward trend ever since in terms of salaries to the point where I would be cutting


Saloni , Oct, 19 2016


Another thing is that most of the start-up now-a-days are internet based application and websites. It is limiting the innovation in other field and people are not considering the other areas. The saturation point can be around the corner and that is troublesome.