About Aashika Jain
Journalist in the making since 2006! My fastest fingers have worked for India's business news channel CNBC-TV18, global news wire Thomson Reuters, the digital arm of India’s biggest newspaper The Economic Times and Entrepreneur India as the Digital Head.
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In a conversation with Entrepreneur India, Manoj Chugh speaks at length about intrapreneurship and the growing need for corporates to hone the talent within for the company to expand its opportunities.
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Her passion to create a business where the idea was not just about making money, but helping to make a difference in people's lives by helping them find their life-long happiness led her to launch Lunch Actually in 2004 in Singapore