In a global survey of fintech adoption rate, India ranks second globally at a 52% fintech adoption rate only behind China at 69% while the global adoption of fintech solution is 33%. Source: EY Fintech Adoption Index 2017 Please follow and like us:
Dead Cat Bounce – A temporary recovery on a stock exchange, after a substantial fall. It does not imply a reversal of the downward trend, much like a dead cat bouncing off the ground would not come back to life. Please follow and like us:
The question of moving forward at a rapid rate is a critical one. Timing and an intelligent analysis of your business performance is key here. Here are the reasons why the element of speed will be critical for your business in the coming year. Please follow and like us:
Invoice discounting is a form of short-term borrowing often used to improve a company’s working capital and cash flow position. Invoice discounting allows a business to draw money against its sales invoices before the customer has actually paid, helping in growth & expansion without impacting the books of accounts.
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We wanted to give our readers something informative yet different and thought what better way for that than with a quick recap of the major events from 2016 to early 2017 from across the globe, India and us at KredX. 2016 has been quite a rollercoaster ride for the world and us in India. From terrifying events to groundbreaking changes and new opportunities, it certainly was a mixed bag of emotions. Let’s take a look back at some of the most impactful stories from the last year and early 2017.
This is Part II of a two-part series
Recently, KredX had an opportunity to chat with the man responsible for the introduction of digital payment services in India, Dr. R. B. Barman, who is also an advisor to KredX. Dr. Barman is the Chairman of the National Statistical Commission, Advisor to the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) and has also served as the Executive Director of RBI, among the various positions he has held during the span of his illustrious career.
Setting up a business and running it successfully is not a simple task. If you’ve made it this far, you’ve won half the battle but you’re stuck in a rut and you’re wondering what’s next. How do you take your business to the next level? Taking it there requires a lot of work and getting through some challenging times while still keeping your business running and profitable. The first step you need to take is to ascertain if your product or service has enough scope for you to consider expansion. Can the demand for your company’s product sustain its growth? If you just answered yes and if you’re prepared to put in the work and dedication your small business requires to up its game, here are some simple steps you can follow to take your business to the next level.
The Budget focussed on bringing about a sustainable change for the country by promoting a more digital economy, ease of doing business, introducing measures to help the rural and agricultural sectors through NABARD and creating opportunities for the youth. Here are the key highlights for businesses from this year’s Budget session.
Negotiation plays an important role in every walk of life; from street shopping to job offers to business deals! What we’re trying to say is that the importance of this valuable skill can never be downplayed. But far too often, even seasoned negotiators falter and the negotiation backfires. How can you make sure that you walk away with the deal in your kitty? How can you ensure that the terms of the deal are what you had in mind? Read on to find out how to do just that!