• January 01, 2018
  • Association Entrepreneurs

Mr. Veer Sagar

  • February 22, 2016
  • Association Entrepreneurs

ROLE OF THE CEO

My wife used to be most surprised that as CEO I would come home tired. CEOs were not supposed to work .They had it easy. My daughter thought all I do in office is sign papers. On the other hand I saw a lot of my friends and peers working every day late into the night with no time to...

  • November 27, 2015
  • Association Entrepreneurs

Lessons in Life - Through the eyes of a salesman

I have been a salesman all my life. And this life has been a fascinating one. As a Salesman I understood the larger meaning of being a commercial professional. I have grown through the complete hierarchy – from front end sales executive to VP (Sales and Service), worked in diverse geographies and learned every day of the way. My work...

  • November 14, 2015
  • Association Entrepreneurs

Disrupt & Grow: How Drybar Became a $50M Business

  “Learn how Alli Webb turned her "blow dry bar" concept into a national brand - and get her advice for growing your business.”  Click on the Image to Read More

  • October 06, 2015
  • Association Entrepreneurs

LEAD FROM THE FRONT IN CRISIS 102

TAKE STAKE HOLDERS INTO CONFIDENCE Understanding the Problem Situations There are times that we run into major cash flow problems. This can occur when your income is more than your expense or may be your income is more but your actual cash collections are less than actual payables. This generally happens when we look at revenues and expenses over a...

  • September 21, 2015
  • Association Entrepreneurs

LEAD FROM THE FRONT IN CRISIS 101

When there is a problem the best option is to recognize it and own up. When you recognize that there is a problem then only it can be fixed. The Usual When we have missed out or messed up on a delivery or quality, most managers either tend to either duck and hide or pass the buck to the juniors....