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Fiction Short Stories Small businesses

🚚 One, two, three… sold!

⌚Reading time – 7 minutes This story originally appeared in my short-story series, Easy But Hard. In this series, I take a look at stories of people that are easily forgotten. Subscribe to add a small dose of fiction in your busy inbox. “Truckwaale.com, a startup founded in 2016, once valued at over $100 million, […]

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Fiction Short Stories Small businesses

💭The cost of your dreams

A story of a dreamer who goes out of his way to achieve them.

Shubham wants to be an F-1 racer. Can he be one, without the required money?

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Fiction Short Stories Small businesses

🍨🍝Ice cream or noodles?

A story of two small businesses competing for the same customers. Who wins?

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Blog longform Small businesses Technology

Business opportunities for the next decade

This is a guide for entrepreneurs who want to start new businesses. If you want to start a business but wondering what to start, here are 20 trends you could learn from.

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Which Social Media platform should you choose?

Small businesses need to create the right social strategies to grow their platforms. In this guide, you’ll learn how to focus on a few social media platforms vs. going after a lot of them

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🔎The growth of Kabaddi

Kabaddi is growing rapidly. With its growth come many opportunities to create businesses.

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5 new Youtube-related jobs 👀

Following up on my last post about the ‘YouTube’ revolution, today I want to look at the jobs that have sprung up with the growth of YouTube. When I say jobs related to YouTube, I am not talking about working at YouTube, the company, or running your channel. I’m talking about all the auxiliary support […]

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Chai time

A story about a boy who turns to selling tea as a way to buy an Xbox

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Fiction Machine Small businesses villages

The machine that used to be

A diverse crowd, with people ranging from the most powerful people to the least powerful people, squatted and stood around the pan stall that marked the entrance to the small village. Standing amidst the dust and the sounds that emanated from a constant flow of trucks and buses that passed through the tiny village, the […]

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Fiction Mumbai Short Stories Small businesses

The only constant

Around 3.30 am near the Santacruz railway station, amidst the faint sounds of a few auto rickshaws carrying late-night passengers or finishing up their final journeys for the day, a pale coloured truck arrived. The brightness of the lights was enough to blind the person with a tire-shaped belly and a look condescending enough to put […]