The Social And Economic Cost Of Workers’ Migration
The poor availability of work in the better-paying organised sector and the lure of higher salaries in advanced nations motivate an increasing number of talented young people to go abroad and settle down there
Arun Kumar - October 31, 2022
No one anticipated a fresh animal protein startup to become a unicorn. But Licious did. Sticking by the principle of providing quality meat to its customers and a seamless experience to go with it, the startup has managed to disrupt one of India’s most unorganised sectors. With plans to set up experiential stores offline and a ready-to-eat range based on plant protein, Licious seems unstoppable. Vivek Gupta, Co-Founder & CEO, Licious spills more beans about the start-up’s journey and future plans to Pallavi Chakravorty
Pallavi Chakravorty - October 31, 2021
Going for the skill
Through intensive training, EduBridge empowers unemployed youth to meet the demands of the corporate world
Naini Thaker - August 04, 2017
The other side
General Mills India's MD Mainak Dhar reviews R Vaidyanathan's book, 'India Uninc.'
September 24, 2016
Built to last
Who wins when an MNC pits itself against a huge unorganised sector in the middle of a slowdown?
Mahithi Pillay - August 01, 2015
Kajaria Ceramics has managed to counter competition from the unorganised sector by moving up the value chain
Shabana Hussain - January 29, 2015