This is the second part of the series “cracking customer retention through Pre-Paid Instruments (PPIs)”. In this blog, we will decipher the dialect behind the recent developments in the PPI landscape.
This is the first part of the series where we discuss the possibilities the brands can unlock by incorporating Pre-Paid Instruments (PPI) or E-Wallets into their ecosystem.
One area of scientific research and innovation that we would like to point out as a key driver of future national competitiveness is artificial intelligence.
When it comes to finding a great job it is really all about marketing yourself. And marketing is all about telling great stories!
This is the 2nd part of the series on Net Promoter Score (NPS) which will help businesses gauge the quality of their customer service, particularly in relation to their competitors.
The Net Promoter Score (NPS) is the key metric of the Net Promoter System. It is measured by asking "the ultimate question" that allows companies to track promoters and detractors, producing a clear measure of an organization's performance through its customers' eyes.
In this note, lets peep into - What makes the companies to grow or the other way round ? We have come across companies who inspire / despite raising a sizeable sum of money , fail to grow and throw despair to the investors .
This is the 3rd part of the series on Start -up Investing - a multi-part series on how a newbie investor can be a part of the Start-up Investing eco-system.
This is the 2 nd part of the series on Start -up Investing - a multi-part series on how a newbie investor can be a part of the Start-up Investing eco-system
This is a multi-part series on how a newbie investor can be a part of the Start-up Investing eco-system With the exposure today, startups are welcomed more openly. The word - unicorn - soonicorn are becoming verbs in akin to copier as in 'Xerox'.
Entrepreneurship looks great . Sounds great. Reality check - it’s not what it looks like . For the 1 successful entity created .. the many which has failed ( that’s a wrong word ) is unknown and not countable ( many of the instances do not get reported). And what is a failure today , can be a success tomorrow.