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  • 07 Jan 2017
    Employee Recognition Lapel Pins: Providing Innovative Employee Recognition Lapel Pins   In any organization or workplace, employee recognition programs play a vital role in enhancing the willingness of the employees to do good work. It is crucial to motivate and stimulate the workers in order to energize them and this also leads to increase the productivity of the firm. There are several means through which you can encourage your workers towards the accomplishment of goals. One such effective method is offering rewards such as mementos or recognition pins to the staff for their hard work. Employee Recognition Lapel Pins is one of the leading companies that offer you innovative employee recognition lapel pins at affordable price. Employee Recognition Lapel Pins is one of the renowned manufacturers and suppliers of lapel pins that greatly aids in boosting the morale of the employees. They possess 30 years of experience of creating superior recognition with variety of colors and shapes. These beautifully and flawlessly designed lapel pins are the best gift of honor and appreciation for the extraordinary work of the employees. The employee recognition programs also aids in developing a good professional relationship between the superiors and subordinates. This well-known supplier of recognition lapel pins also offer you customized lapel pins created according to your requirement. Their professional graphic designers can give a perfect shape to your ideas with their superb creativity. Moreover, you can also request for free quote before ordering pins in bulk. They also offer you promotional lapel pins for any event or tradeshow in wholesale. So, if you want some sort of marketing entity which can meet the specific objective of your company, then bespoke lapel pins is the best option. Employee Recognition Lapel Pins is among the top ranking companies of the world because of their exceptional services and high standard. Each of your employee recognition pins are crafted with utmost precision and aptness by their skilled and well trained staff. These innovative lapel pins are the best way of expressing your gratitude towards the employees who unfailingly achieve their targets and goals. Apart from this, you can also offer these superior lapel pins to the people who are working for the welfare of others. Thus, you can cherish the dedication of your staff members by honoring them with these customized lapel pins. For further details please log on to Employeerecognitionlapelpins.com .
    35 Posted by Frank Curtis
  • Employee Recognition Lapel Pins: Providing Innovative Employee Recognition Lapel Pins   In any organization or workplace, employee recognition programs play a vital role in enhancing the willingness of the employees to do good work. It is crucial to motivate and stimulate the workers in order to energize them and this also leads to increase the productivity of the firm. There are several means through which you can encourage your workers towards the accomplishment of goals. One such effective method is offering rewards such as mementos or recognition pins to the staff for their hard work. Employee Recognition Lapel Pins is one of the leading companies that offer you innovative employee recognition lapel pins at affordable price. Employee Recognition Lapel Pins is one of the renowned manufacturers and suppliers of lapel pins that greatly aids in boosting the morale of the employees. They possess 30 years of experience of creating superior recognition with variety of colors and shapes. These beautifully and flawlessly designed lapel pins are the best gift of honor and appreciation for the extraordinary work of the employees. The employee recognition programs also aids in developing a good professional relationship between the superiors and subordinates. This well-known supplier of recognition lapel pins also offer you customized lapel pins created according to your requirement. Their professional graphic designers can give a perfect shape to your ideas with their superb creativity. Moreover, you can also request for free quote before ordering pins in bulk. They also offer you promotional lapel pins for any event or tradeshow in wholesale. So, if you want some sort of marketing entity which can meet the specific objective of your company, then bespoke lapel pins is the best option. Employee Recognition Lapel Pins is among the top ranking companies of the world because of their exceptional services and high standard. Each of your employee recognition pins are crafted with utmost precision and aptness by their skilled and well trained staff. These innovative lapel pins are the best way of expressing your gratitude towards the employees who unfailingly achieve their targets and goals. Apart from this, you can also offer these superior lapel pins to the people who are working for the welfare of others. Thus, you can cherish the dedication of your staff members by honoring them with these customized lapel pins. For further details please log on to Employeerecognitionlapelpins.com .
    Jan 07, 2017 35
  • 13 Dec 2016
    On 16th Jan 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi kick-started the ‘Startup India, Standup India Campaign’ with the intention of building a strong ecosystem for nurturing innovation, driving sustainable economic growth and generating employment. Prime initiatives taken by the government are focused on reducing regulatory burdens, funding, Industry-Academia partnership and incubation. Start Ups now have access to Single Window Clearance and 10,000 crore fund of funds under the program. There is  No Capital Gains tax and Income tax applicable for three years and special schemes have been announced for women entrepreneurs. RBI has proposed relaxations enabling start-ups to receive foreign venture capital investment by permitting Foreign Venture Capital Investors to transfer shares to other residents or non-residents. Start-up India Hub has been created to foster mentoring for start-ups and to help them in obtaining funds and advice. The government also launched Mudra Bank in April 2015 to boost the growth of small businesses and manufacturing units. The new Bank provides a credit facility of up to INR 50,000 to small businesses. NASSCOM has started a program called 10000 startups in association with the industry and aims to facilitate and incubate Start Ups.     The government is doing its part, the world considers India as a hot investment destination and angels and VCs are in line, looking for bright ideas in the market that has more growth potential than any other across the world. Softbank has invested US$2 billion into Indian startups. The Japanese firm has pledged the total investments at US$10 billion. Oracle announced to set up nine incubation centers in Bangalore, Chennai, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Noida, Pune, Trivandrum and Vijayawada. Many other corporate and MNC's have announced several other funding and incubation programs. This is a big boost to the entrepreneurial and start up machinery in the country.   "Is there one invention from India that has become a household name in the globe? Is there one technology that has transformed the productivity of global corporations? Is there one idea that has lead to an earth shaking invention to delight global citizens?," asked NR Narayana Murthy, chairman emeritus of Infosys, while addressing the second annual convocation of the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru. "...the reality is that there is no such contribution from India in the past 60 years," he said, answering his own question.       Wake up India, it is the time to innovate and launch your ideas. Never before has the time been more ripe to do something of your own. Education, bureaucracy, money and infrastructure is no more an excuse to not to unleash your creativity. Make use of the favorable regime and investment environment, realize your ideas and turn them into giants that are not only revered and followed, but also set examples for other developing nations across the world.  
    122 Posted by Born Brio
  • On 16th Jan 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi kick-started the ‘Startup India, Standup India Campaign’ with the intention of building a strong ecosystem for nurturing innovation, driving sustainable economic growth and generating employment. Prime initiatives taken by the government are focused on reducing regulatory burdens, funding, Industry-Academia partnership and incubation. Start Ups now have access to Single Window Clearance and 10,000 crore fund of funds under the program. There is  No Capital Gains tax and Income tax applicable for three years and special schemes have been announced for women entrepreneurs. RBI has proposed relaxations enabling start-ups to receive foreign venture capital investment by permitting Foreign Venture Capital Investors to transfer shares to other residents or non-residents. Start-up India Hub has been created to foster mentoring for start-ups and to help them in obtaining funds and advice. The government also launched Mudra Bank in April 2015 to boost the growth of small businesses and manufacturing units. The new Bank provides a credit facility of up to INR 50,000 to small businesses. NASSCOM has started a program called 10000 startups in association with the industry and aims to facilitate and incubate Start Ups.     The government is doing its part, the world considers India as a hot investment destination and angels and VCs are in line, looking for bright ideas in the market that has more growth potential than any other across the world. Softbank has invested US$2 billion into Indian startups. The Japanese firm has pledged the total investments at US$10 billion. Oracle announced to set up nine incubation centers in Bangalore, Chennai, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Noida, Pune, Trivandrum and Vijayawada. Many other corporate and MNC's have announced several other funding and incubation programs. This is a big boost to the entrepreneurial and start up machinery in the country.   "Is there one invention from India that has become a household name in the globe? Is there one technology that has transformed the productivity of global corporations? Is there one idea that has lead to an earth shaking invention to delight global citizens?," asked NR Narayana Murthy, chairman emeritus of Infosys, while addressing the second annual convocation of the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru. "...the reality is that there is no such contribution from India in the past 60 years," he said, answering his own question.       Wake up India, it is the time to innovate and launch your ideas. Never before has the time been more ripe to do something of your own. Education, bureaucracy, money and infrastructure is no more an excuse to not to unleash your creativity. Make use of the favorable regime and investment environment, realize your ideas and turn them into giants that are not only revered and followed, but also set examples for other developing nations across the world.  
    Dec 13, 2016 122
  • 12 Dec 2016
    To succeed with your idea, it is important to work on the problems currently faced by a group of people. It ensures that the problem really exists. It sounds obvious to say that business ideas should only work on problems that exist. however, most common mistakes entrepreneurs make is to solve problems that don't exist. Why so many start up venture into something that no one wants ? Because they are merely looking at doing something different, without gauging the potential of their idea. When we run our ideas with our friends they don't say they won't use the byproduct, but you get a response that it sounds great and they may potentially use it at some point tomorrow. However, after you launch, you have zero users. When an idea launches, there have to be at least some users who really need what the byproduct is, not just potential users, but those who want it urgently. Usually this group of idea users is small, because if there was something that a large number of people urgently needed, it would already exist. Enterprising people often hold back their start-up ideas as they fear that their ideas may be copied or ridiculed, instead of calculating the potential of the idea by exposing it to a community or group of people, who may become  potential users of the byproduct of that idea. Entrepreneurs have to move out to find this group of users and litmus test their innovation before investing time and money. How do you tell whether there's a path out of your idea? How do you ascertain whether something has the potential of a next Google, Apple or Facebook, or it is just a niche product that may or may not succeed? Most successful founders don't even realize at first how big a market they are targeting. They grow while exploring their idea and change their business model into something that appeals to a group of people who need their byproducts urgently. This is entrepreneurship.     Sharing ideas on a dedicated platform such as Idea Center on bornbrio.com will help you  get neutral reactions from those who don't worry much about the relationship, but consider the usability based on their actual needs. It is a litmus test for the success of your idea. You could potentially have a demand created even before you launch the final product. For sure you can get loads of suggestions that can be filtered to create a much more refined product. History testifies that people have indeed copied  ideas, however, not before those ridiculed ideas proved themselves for those who  replicated them. For example, Ola  copied Uber’s successful business model after Uber was valued in billions of dollars and e-commerce marketplace player, Flipkart expects government to provide protection to counter the leader -Amazon in its ecommerce business. Neither Uber nor Amazon made any efforts to wrap their ideas and make them confidential, but they went on to try them by talking about them. Groundbreaking ideas can rarely be copied before they become a reality, because they are different and need skills and in-depth thought process unique to the individual who successfully grooms the idea into successful business. More often than not, potential ideas die their death, due to lack of knowledge and skills to execute them.  In other cases the idea simply seems too attractive for the individual who thinks it, but is unable to gather the momentum in terms of the users of the byproduct of that idea. Sharing your idea motivates you to work further on your half-baked ideas when people question, appreciate and inspire you.  You can get a co-founder, who shares your vision. You will also have access to mentors who will guide you on your way forward and  the investors who may be willing  to bet on your idea. Testify your ideas and gather the groups of users who need its byproduct urgently. That's the sole mantra for success. You can do it by keeping everything confidential and investing in each of your idea, before most of them are proved worthless, simply because there are no users for your niche or you can start today and publish whatever comes to your mind and select those who appeal to a group of users. Think what would happen if all of the startups in Silicon Valley suddenly stopped talking to each other? The answer is predictable: deal flows, partnerships and innovation would stop. The time that an idea takes towards becoming the next giant will only go up multifold and many ideas which get ridiculed, would  not even see the light of the day. Go on and share your thoughts on Idea Center at www.bornbrio.com. Realize the next big venture with the Innovators, the group, who needs your products.    
    262 Posted by Born Brio
  • To succeed with your idea, it is important to work on the problems currently faced by a group of people. It ensures that the problem really exists. It sounds obvious to say that business ideas should only work on problems that exist. however, most common mistakes entrepreneurs make is to solve problems that don't exist. Why so many start up venture into something that no one wants ? Because they are merely looking at doing something different, without gauging the potential of their idea. When we run our ideas with our friends they don't say they won't use the byproduct, but you get a response that it sounds great and they may potentially use it at some point tomorrow. However, after you launch, you have zero users. When an idea launches, there have to be at least some users who really need what the byproduct is, not just potential users, but those who want it urgently. Usually this group of idea users is small, because if there was something that a large number of people urgently needed, it would already exist. Enterprising people often hold back their start-up ideas as they fear that their ideas may be copied or ridiculed, instead of calculating the potential of the idea by exposing it to a community or group of people, who may become  potential users of the byproduct of that idea. Entrepreneurs have to move out to find this group of users and litmus test their innovation before investing time and money. How do you tell whether there's a path out of your idea? How do you ascertain whether something has the potential of a next Google, Apple or Facebook, or it is just a niche product that may or may not succeed? Most successful founders don't even realize at first how big a market they are targeting. They grow while exploring their idea and change their business model into something that appeals to a group of people who need their byproducts urgently. This is entrepreneurship.     Sharing ideas on a dedicated platform such as Idea Center on bornbrio.com will help you  get neutral reactions from those who don't worry much about the relationship, but consider the usability based on their actual needs. It is a litmus test for the success of your idea. You could potentially have a demand created even before you launch the final product. For sure you can get loads of suggestions that can be filtered to create a much more refined product. History testifies that people have indeed copied  ideas, however, not before those ridiculed ideas proved themselves for those who  replicated them. For example, Ola  copied Uber’s successful business model after Uber was valued in billions of dollars and e-commerce marketplace player, Flipkart expects government to provide protection to counter the leader -Amazon in its ecommerce business. Neither Uber nor Amazon made any efforts to wrap their ideas and make them confidential, but they went on to try them by talking about them. Groundbreaking ideas can rarely be copied before they become a reality, because they are different and need skills and in-depth thought process unique to the individual who successfully grooms the idea into successful business. More often than not, potential ideas die their death, due to lack of knowledge and skills to execute them.  In other cases the idea simply seems too attractive for the individual who thinks it, but is unable to gather the momentum in terms of the users of the byproduct of that idea. Sharing your idea motivates you to work further on your half-baked ideas when people question, appreciate and inspire you.  You can get a co-founder, who shares your vision. You will also have access to mentors who will guide you on your way forward and  the investors who may be willing  to bet on your idea. Testify your ideas and gather the groups of users who need its byproduct urgently. That's the sole mantra for success. You can do it by keeping everything confidential and investing in each of your idea, before most of them are proved worthless, simply because there are no users for your niche or you can start today and publish whatever comes to your mind and select those who appeal to a group of users. Think what would happen if all of the startups in Silicon Valley suddenly stopped talking to each other? The answer is predictable: deal flows, partnerships and innovation would stop. The time that an idea takes towards becoming the next giant will only go up multifold and many ideas which get ridiculed, would  not even see the light of the day. Go on and share your thoughts on Idea Center at www.bornbrio.com. Realize the next big venture with the Innovators, the group, who needs your products.    
    Dec 12, 2016 262
  • 29 Nov 2016
    The business world is progressing faster on the virtual platform. More and more business companies are opting for the technological ways to promote their ideologies and attract clients. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) plays an essential role here. Because it is the determining factor of how many visitors you earn online in the results provided by the search engine. You need to be at the top to win here too. You can hire web experts for this purpose.   Source: WDNet Studio   They shall tell you some important points to be remembered - 1. Site Speed : The slow speed of the website bugs customers the most. They hate to see the loading symbol for long. Yes, of course, their time is precious. So is your company’s reputation. So, to avoid areduction in the number of visitors on your website, take a note of the speed your website serves and work upon it accordingly. 2. Broken links : The links redirect the visitors to your website and give an insight to what your company does and the services that you offer. But broken links might cause a hurdle between the path between you and your customers. It is as bad as the slow web speed. So make sure to fix the broken links to enable your visitors to reach your website smoothly.  3. Natural content : Not all visitors are used to the tough and technical language used by your company. So try to keep the language as simple as possible on your website. Nowadays, the SEO prefers using the natural language used by surfers than the jargon you use.   Source: startupstockphotos.com   4. Use the onsite elements : Your website needs to be more appealing. So add colours to it by adding the suitable images, videos or sounds through other websites linked to yours. This will attract more and more visitors to your website.
    65 Posted by Bornbrio Startup
  • The business world is progressing faster on the virtual platform. More and more business companies are opting for the technological ways to promote their ideologies and attract clients. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) plays an essential role here. Because it is the determining factor of how many visitors you earn online in the results provided by the search engine. You need to be at the top to win here too. You can hire web experts for this purpose.   Source: WDNet Studio   They shall tell you some important points to be remembered - 1. Site Speed : The slow speed of the website bugs customers the most. They hate to see the loading symbol for long. Yes, of course, their time is precious. So is your company’s reputation. So, to avoid areduction in the number of visitors on your website, take a note of the speed your website serves and work upon it accordingly. 2. Broken links : The links redirect the visitors to your website and give an insight to what your company does and the services that you offer. But broken links might cause a hurdle between the path between you and your customers. It is as bad as the slow web speed. So make sure to fix the broken links to enable your visitors to reach your website smoothly.  3. Natural content : Not all visitors are used to the tough and technical language used by your company. So try to keep the language as simple as possible on your website. Nowadays, the SEO prefers using the natural language used by surfers than the jargon you use.   Source: startupstockphotos.com   4. Use the onsite elements : Your website needs to be more appealing. So add colours to it by adding the suitable images, videos or sounds through other websites linked to yours. This will attract more and more visitors to your website.
    Nov 29, 2016 65
  • 29 Nov 2016
    The business world speaks only two languages- profit or loss. Be it the buyer or the seller, each one needs to check his pocket and spend wisely. If one of them is in profit, the other one obviously incurs a loss. Is there any solution midway to keep a balance? It is negotiation. It is not very simple to negotiate though. You must know the art of negotiating through a few simple steps -   Source: unsplash.com   1. Be decisive enough : This is the first step towards negotiating. You must be sure of what you actually need so that you can debate upon negotiating according to your budget. It is sometimes confusing to choose and you end up listening to the opposite party and fail in negotiating. This will automatically result in their profit and your loss. So, leave for your destination with the perfect choice in your mind so that you can negotiate well. 2. Know about what you want : You must have thorough knowledge about what you are going to negotiate. Be it a small thing like buying some stuff or cracking a big business deal, you ought to have the complete details and fact file updated in your mind to help you negotiate better and save your pocket by a considerable but big amount. 3. Be aware of the market : Knowing about the on-going deals and prices in the market helps a lot to determine your extent of negotiation. You must have full information about the market and the possible profit or loss. In case you are the buyer, it will prevent you from getting fooled.   Source: kaboompics.com 4. Communication skills : Well, those convincing words matter a lot. You must have great communication skills and the ability to convince the other person to negotiate according to you and keep a balance between both the sides.
    31 Posted by Bornbrio Startup
  • The business world speaks only two languages- profit or loss. Be it the buyer or the seller, each one needs to check his pocket and spend wisely. If one of them is in profit, the other one obviously incurs a loss. Is there any solution midway to keep a balance? It is negotiation. It is not very simple to negotiate though. You must know the art of negotiating through a few simple steps -   Source: unsplash.com   1. Be decisive enough : This is the first step towards negotiating. You must be sure of what you actually need so that you can debate upon negotiating according to your budget. It is sometimes confusing to choose and you end up listening to the opposite party and fail in negotiating. This will automatically result in their profit and your loss. So, leave for your destination with the perfect choice in your mind so that you can negotiate well. 2. Know about what you want : You must have thorough knowledge about what you are going to negotiate. Be it a small thing like buying some stuff or cracking a big business deal, you ought to have the complete details and fact file updated in your mind to help you negotiate better and save your pocket by a considerable but big amount. 3. Be aware of the market : Knowing about the on-going deals and prices in the market helps a lot to determine your extent of negotiation. You must have full information about the market and the possible profit or loss. In case you are the buyer, it will prevent you from getting fooled.   Source: kaboompics.com 4. Communication skills : Well, those convincing words matter a lot. You must have great communication skills and the ability to convince the other person to negotiate according to you and keep a balance between both the sides.
    Nov 29, 2016 31
  • 29 Nov 2016
    Every company has its own style of working and innovations. The spirit of being different from the rest keeps the competition alive. Also, it is mandatory to make sure that your unique idea doesn’t get copied. The trade mark or patents by your company makes them your company’s intellectual property. They cannot be legally acquired by someone else and give you added advantages in the market. Having your own trade mark or patent is like a cherry on the pie. Source: unsplash.com   Here are some points to be noted - 1. Registration of trademark : Right after the formation of your company, you need to give it a different identity. Giving it a name won’t help alone as many more companies might possess the same name. So you tag it with a unique trademark. It works as the identity of your company. You must register your trademark at the Intellectual Property Office (IPO). 2. Getting your patent : Got a unique innovation implemented? Get it patented as soon as possible. Once your work gets patented, it is impossible for somebody else to use the same work by their name. The patent describes your piece of innovation, how it is made, what it is made of and every minute detail. It would be illegal for other to use it.  3. The power of patent : Once your work gets patented, it has the power to rule the market for 20 years. You will be the sole manufacturer of it and nobody would be able to manufacture the same thing as you. In short, your company will stand alone in the market to sell that patented product. Source: unsplash.com   4. Copyright : This is another perk of intellectual property. You can declare your creative works of art or literature as copyright so that your idea does not get copied at any platform.
    32 Posted by Bornbrio Startup
  • Every company has its own style of working and innovations. The spirit of being different from the rest keeps the competition alive. Also, it is mandatory to make sure that your unique idea doesn’t get copied. The trade mark or patents by your company makes them your company’s intellectual property. They cannot be legally acquired by someone else and give you added advantages in the market. Having your own trade mark or patent is like a cherry on the pie. Source: unsplash.com   Here are some points to be noted - 1. Registration of trademark : Right after the formation of your company, you need to give it a different identity. Giving it a name won’t help alone as many more companies might possess the same name. So you tag it with a unique trademark. It works as the identity of your company. You must register your trademark at the Intellectual Property Office (IPO). 2. Getting your patent : Got a unique innovation implemented? Get it patented as soon as possible. Once your work gets patented, it is impossible for somebody else to use the same work by their name. The patent describes your piece of innovation, how it is made, what it is made of and every minute detail. It would be illegal for other to use it.  3. The power of patent : Once your work gets patented, it has the power to rule the market for 20 years. You will be the sole manufacturer of it and nobody would be able to manufacture the same thing as you. In short, your company will stand alone in the market to sell that patented product. Source: unsplash.com   4. Copyright : This is another perk of intellectual property. You can declare your creative works of art or literature as copyright so that your idea does not get copied at any platform.
    Nov 29, 2016 32

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