While the pandemic has brought the world to a standstill and has affected every industry’s growth and profitability, there is one industry that has reached new heights during this time - the FINTECH Industry.
Trishul represents the three aspects of consciousness – waking, dreaming and sleeping, and it represents the three gunas – satva, rajas and tamas. Holding a trishul (Trident) signifies that Shiva (the divinity) is above all the three states – waking, dreaming and sleeping, yet is the upholder of these three states. The divinity is beyond the three gunas, but it holds the three gunas together.
Hyper-Automation is a fast & complete process automation. It is the application of advanced technologies like RPA (Robotic Process Automation), Artificial Intelligence, machine learning, and Process Mining to augment workers and automate processes in ways that are significantly more impactful than traditional automation capabilities.
Just as one is about to be convinced that performance arts are dying, one comes across Cirque Du Soleil. Tailor made for the globalized world with global ticket prices (coming down now in Mumbai) the show just blows one over and envelopes with an experience of flawless performances.
How Start-ups Are Dealing with the Impact of Covid-19 on their businesses Covid-19 virus pandemic and the ensuing countrywide lock-down has pushed most businesses to a grinding halt. Start-ups are no less impacted. While some of the sectors like logistics, EdTech, dark kitchens and consumer goods have either largely remained untouched or are in fact thriving, most others need to prepare well to deal with the long-term economic impact corona virus will leave on their businesses.
A lot has changed in the last month, and that’s just putting things mildly. Since the last week or two, in the most literal sense, the world has stopped as everyone watched with disbelief the corona virus pandemic spread its reach across every corner of the globe.
A lot has changed in the last month, and that’s just putting things mildly. Since the last week or two, in the most literal sense, the world has stopped as everyone watched with disbelief the coronavirus pandemic spread its reach across every corner of the globe.
Start-ups are now facing difficulties accessing capital. The Chinese ecosystems were hit first, with funding declining by over 50% in the first two months of the COVID-19 crisis. Then they were followed by Asian ecosystems, and then by most of the world.