Sneha Banerjee

Sneha Banerjee

Entrepreneur Staff
Former Staff, Entrepreneur India

She used to write for Entrepreneur India from Bangalore and other cities in South India. 

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A Quick Look Inside Quikr

Since a lot of work happens over calls, the employees are often seen walk and talk across the fitness-friendly campus.

'India's Education System Requires a Complete Revamp'

AISECT Director says hands-on skill courses, entrepreneurship sessions and moral education should be made mandatory to bring out the best in students

Expert Speak: Three Hoteliers Share Their Success Strategies

Entrepreneur India spoke to three industry leaders to understand what helps them clock successful business despite several challenges in the domain

The 'SaaSy' Innovator

Freshdesk has been a global venture from day one, here's how!

Merging the Digital and Real World Experience

Blippar app was born out of a joke at a remote bar located in south-west England

Why Organizations Today Need to Hire Innovation Officers

Innovation distinguishes between a Leader and a Follower - Steve Jobs

Changing the Way India Shops

'It's been exciting and humbling for us to see how customers have responded to Amazon's innovations'

Guru Takes the Tech Path

'Reinventing a module of education which is more appropriate for students of the mobile generation'

India's Biggest Edtech Entrepreneur Urges Students to Become Life-long Learners

BYJU's app now creates personalized learn journeys for individual students says its founders.

An AI-based Chatbot Is Helping Engineers With New Employment Opportunities

'While big companies are on a cost-cutting mode, small ones are on a good growth trajectory'

This Entrepreneur Reveals How An Accident Stimulated Him To Create Life-saving Product

'Lack Of Clarity In Terms Of Approval Was A Major Challenge When We Started In 2008'

'IT Cos Must Focus On Building Disruptive Products & Niche Technologies'

McKinsey and Co report says nearly half of India's IT workforce is likely to become irrelevant in three-four years

CEO of This Renowned Hospital Chain Once Wanted To Be A Thespian

Healthcare is perceived as an industry today - it's no longer a social service, says this veteran doctor

'Indian IT Employees Should Reskill Or Upskill To Avert Lay-offs'

Companies are now more cautious about whether the talents onboard are aligned with their strategic growth policies, says top recruitment consultancy.

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