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This Advertising Company Has the Attention of the US and Middle East

Headquartered in Singapore, and with a team of 200 in India, Affle currently gets majority of its business from the US and the Middle East.

Too Many Small Businesses Are Swinging for the Wrong Fences

Regardless of the outcome you're swinging for, you'll need to build a sustainable business to get there.

Brady Fletcher

3 Lessons for Entrepreneurs From Spotify, Which Won Over Taylor Swift and Just Made its Billion-Dollar IPO

Shares of the streaming service opened at about $165, valuing the company at close to $30 billion.

Hayden Field

Why Steve Jobs Remains the Biggest Challenge to Dropbox's Future

The late Apple founder's vow to take on Dropbox's business could come back to haunt the cloud storage company as it prepares for its IPO.

Vineet Jain

An IPO Isn't Just a Way to Raise Money -- It Shows a Company Is Mature and Deserving of Trust

Going public means a company meets certain standards of increased corporate governance, responsible leadership and financial transparency.

Amy Butte

Lava Aims for IPO With Over 40 Per cent Market Share Within Five Years

Lava's current market share in India is around eight-nine per cent and it is looking to become the market leader in below $190 -200 category

Sandeep Soni

Ecosystem Notes: Three Ways To Spur More Entrepreneurial Success Stories In Emerging Markets

People forget that it is less about what happened in 10 or 30 days, and more about what's been happening in the past 10 years or so.

From Private to Public: The Options You're Not Considering

There is no one-size-fits-all strategy for taking a company public; consider all your options to maximize both your short-term gains and long-term growth.

Brady Fletcher

Why Are Indian Startups Shy of Going Public

Is it larger scrutiny, or just the non-willingness to take a risk?

Agamoni Ghosh