Startup India, Standup India…

FixNix is proud to be part of the “Startup India, Standup India” movement of Prime Minister of India, on the Government of India’s invitation. Addressing the nation on the 69th Independence Day, Narendra Modi announced this campaign to promote bank financing for start-ups and offer incentives to boost entrepreneurship and job creation by saying We are looking at systems for enabling start-ups. We must be number one in start-ups… Start-up India;…

Federation of Tamil in North America(FetNA)-Best Global Tamil Startup- Tamil Entrepreneurs Forum-Winner

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Hundreds of Indian American entrepreneurs and investors gathered in Silicon Valley at the San Jose Marriott Hotel here July 3 to offer insights and share success stories at the first ever Tamil Entrepreneurs Forum. The event was a parallel session to the 28thAnnual FeTNA convention organized by the Federation of Tamil Sangams in North America and San Francisco Bay Area Tamil Manram. Many high profile entrepreneurs…

FixNix is representing Startup world in the Cyber Security Task Force of Govt of India

National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) and Data Security Council of India today announced the launch of the NASSCOM Cyber Security Task Force that aims to build India as a global hub for providing cyber security solutions, developing cyber security R&D plan and develop a skilled workforce of cyber security experts. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CHJL3nXUYAA7pGc.jpg The taskforce members include industry leaders across IT, BPM and Internet, leaders from user organizations like…

8 Slow, Difficult Steps to Become a Millionaire

LinkedIn Influencer, Dharmesh Shah, published this post originally on LinkedIn. Money of course isn’t everything. Not by a long shot. Where your definition of success is concerned, money may rank far down the list. Everyone’s definition of “success” is different. Here’s mine: “Success is making those that believed in you look brilliant.” For me, money doesn’t matter all that much, but I’ll confess, it did at one time (probably because…

Turn to Tesla’s Example in Steering a Startup to Success

Earlier this year Tesla CEO Elon Musk made a visionary move. In June, Musk announced that his electric-car company will no longer enforce any of its patents, effectively making the company’s patents open sourced. While Musk’s stated reason for the policy shift is to promote “the advancement of electric vehicle technology,” business analysts suggested that it was an economically necessary maneuver for the company. Why? Because the most valuable part of Tesla right now…

An American Entrepreneur in Kuwait on a Mission

  I love my country. I love the USA as much as I love NYC.  We may complain about a lot of things that are broken, but for the most part, we’ve got it good. Especially for entrepreneurs. Trust me, I know. In many places in the world, it is very difficult, if not impossible, to start a business. The laws and restrictions inhibit some from building something of their own.…

Billion-dollar valuations bring Rs 1 crore salaries to tech startups

MUMBAI/BANGALORE: Flush with investor money and valuations topping a billion dollars, a small but fast-growing group of Indian startup superstars is fuelling a new wave of wage inflation in the Indian technology sector. The likes of e-commerce leader Flipkart, which raised $1 billion recently, and mobile advertising network InMobi are attracting mid-level executives and technology professionals with annual salaries of over a crore of rupees, something unheard of a couple…

10 Up and Coming Leaders to Watch

From the March 2014 issue of Entrepreneur Photo (C) Randy Harris Human Capital Ideas Charlie Kim, Next Jump Among the many inspirational mottoes, signs and posters that adorn the walls of Next Jump‘s New York City headquarters, none is as important or illuminating as the one that reads “Better Me + Better You = Better Us.” It isn’t rhetoric: It’s the cornerstone of the e-commerce company’s culture, a call to…

Rewriting the Smartphone Keyboard at Age 28

Ever feel like you’re all thumbs when typing on a smartphone? Jon Reynolds can lend a hand. The 28-year-old’s London-based startup, SwiftKey, eliminates the clumsiness and frustration of inputting text into smart devices by replacing the stock on-screen keyboard with an artificial-intelligence-driven alternative that analyzes typing and language patterns to accurately forecast which words users will enter next. Introduced for Google’s Android mobile operating system in 2010, SwiftKey Keyboard leverages…