Udaykotak, Sachin Karpe

Uday Kotak, the founder, Executive Vice Chairman and Managing Director of Kotak Mahindra Bank was last night named the EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year 2014 at an awards ceremony held in Monaco’s Salle des Etoiles. Mr Kotak was picked from among the 60 country finalists vying for the title from 51 countries, each of whom has already been named the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year in their home countries says Sachin Karpe.

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Micromax, Sachin Karpe

Micromax Unite 2 would make a polyglot go weak at the knees; it comes pre-loaded with 21 languages explains Sachin Karpe. Micromax Unite 2 welcome screen gives a glimpse at how vast and diverse India is. It shows a cascade of silver letters, written in different languages, floating on the screen before linking to form the word Unite. It is not just the welcome screen that impressed us. Unite 2 ticks all the boxes of a “smart” phone with a gilded feather quill. Key Specs: Supports 21 languages, 1.3 quad core processor, 1GB RAM and 4GB ROM, 4.7 inch IPS display with 800*480 resolution, 5.0 MP rear camera, 2000 mAh battery, Dual Sim,up-to 32GB expandable memory, Android Kitkat 4.2.2 says Sachin Karpe.

Successful Entrepreneurs

Sachin Karpe a successful entrepreneurs shares some of the common characteristics to become a successful entrepreneurs by his own experience.

Do what you enjoy – What you get out of your business in the form of personal satisfaction, financial gain, stability and enjoyment will be the sum of what you put into your business. So if you don’t enjoy what you’re doing, in all likelihood it’s safe to assume  that will be reflected in the success of your business–or subsequent lack of success. In fact, if you don’t enjoy what you’re doing, chances are you won’t succeed.

Take what you do seriously – You cannot expect to be effective and successful in business unless you truly believe in your business and in the goods and services that you sell. Far too many home business owners fail to take their own businesses seriously enough, getting easily sidetracked  and not staying motivated and keeping their noses to the grindstone. They also fall prey to naysayers who don’t take them seriously because they don’t work from an office building, office park, storefront, or factory. Little do these skeptics, who rain on the home business owner’s parade, know is that the number of people working from home, and making very good annual incomes, has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years.

Plan everything – Planning every aspect of your home business is not only a must, but also builds habits that every home business owner should  develop, implement, and maintain. The act of business planning is so important because it requires you to analyze each business situation, research and compile data, and make conclusions based mainly on the facts as revealed through the research. Business planning also serves a second function, which is having your goals and how you will achieve them, on paper. You can use the plan that you create both as map to take you from point A to Z and  as a yardstick to measure the success of each individual plan or segment within the plan says Sachin Karpe.

Entrepreneurship Networking, Sachin Karpe

Success is largely determined by an ability to play to your strengths says Sachin Karpe. If you happen to be shy or introverted, don’t limit your dreams or count yourself out just because you don’t fit the traditional image of an entrepreneur. There is more than one path to success.

  • Manage expectations– If networking events make you nervous, don’t psych yourself out with unrealistic expectations
  • Prepare – Plan ahead and prepare some icebreakers. Open-ended questions spur interesting conversations.

Most people love to talk about themselves, their work and their hobbies. Set a time limit – When you decide ahead of time how long you’ll stay at an event, it makes the commitment finite and much less intimidating. At a minimum, give yourself 20 minutes to get your nametag, grab a drink and meet at least one new person.

Lava Iris 504q plus, Sachin Karpe

The 5-inch HD display of Lava (1280×720 pixels) offers stunning resolution for watching HD videos and games. The colour reproduction is vivid and crisp, while viewing angles don’ t disappoint. Even if you hold the phone at a 45 degree tilt, you can still read without your eyes hurting. The matte-finish rear panel is also well-crafted and doesn’t look cheap. Even though the phone might appear dainty, it’s not. So upmarket that 8 out of 10 people we showed it to couldn’t believe that at Rs 14,999 you can get this good-looking device from an Indian manufacturer says Sachin Karpe

Emails, Sachin Karpe, Email Marketing

Sachin Karpe shares things about email you might not know that making you feel awkward. Email is one of those things that’s just a part of your life, period. Unequal email power dynamics can happen for many reasons—a professional ladder discrepancy, an age discrepancy, a “customer’s always right” situation, a thing where many people are all emailing one person—but usually, it’s that the person writing the high-quality email wants/needs something from the person writing the low-quality email says Sachin Karpe.

Etiquette Rules for Dining, Sachin Karpe

Some restaurant etiquette is just common sense: Don’t speak when your mouth is full, don’t tell rude jokes during the meal, and always cover your mouth when you cough. DO always dress nicely, DON’T put your cellphone, keys, or purse on the table as it distracts not only your other dining companions, but also your waiter and the entire restaurant. DO let your guest order first, do set up payment ahead of time if you’re the host, DO take pictures of your food, unless you’re with a client, DO know where to place your napkin says Sachin Karpe.

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