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Content Is King for Digital Inclusion-GSMA

The lack of compelling online content has been identified as one of the major reasons why millions of people are still digitally excluded especially in Sub – Saharan Africa.  On an online Mobile Broadband Inclusion Roundtable organized by Huawei recently, Head of Sub-Saharan Africa for…

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BookMyShow lays off 270 employees

ⓘ Featured image: A file-photo of BookMyShow Co-founder & CEO Ashish Hemrajani; Credits: Zee Business India’s online ticket-booking platform BookMyShow has reportedly let go its 270 employees in a wake of economic crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ashish Hemrajani, the CEO of BookMyShow in…

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Softbeats successfully conducted housefull session on Enterprise Resource Planning Software & It’s effectiveness for organizational efficiency in collaboration with PIPFA

In the era of Lockdown, to fill the gap created by the COVID -19 Pandemic, Softbeats PVT Ltd took the initiative to start Free of Cost WEBINARS on Enterprise Resource Planning Software & It’s effectiveness for organizational efficiency for students and professional to increase their…

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Steph Curry and Zoom CEO Eric Yuan just backed her college financing startup, and now this immigrant founder is tackling students’ financial hardships brought on by COVID

Amira Yahyaoui founded Mos, an education startup helping college students apply for and manage financial aid, near the end of 2017 after experiencing the hardships many students feel throughout the application process. The company has raised $17 million from investors like Sequoia Capital, basketball star…

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‘The year of the customer, rather than the year of the prospect’: Here are the three product areas that analysts think will drive Salesforce’s growth this year (CRM)

Salesforce lowered its full year guidance by $1 billion when reporting first quarter earnings on Thursday, taking a conservative approach because it’s considering the potential uncertainty for the rest of the year. Despite the revision, Salesforce still expects to grow 20 percent this year, and…

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