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Rajarshi Dhar

Consultant with experience & exposure to market research and consulting activities for emerging technologies, talent practice, competitive intelligence and business strategies.

Startups making its presence felt in the Indian Television Ads business

Author: Rajarshi Dhar
Someone from the internet fraternity defines prime-time as “the time at which a radio or television audience is expected to be at its highest”. While the Indian prime-time shows ideally include adrenaline pumped debating sessions and highly dramatic “reality-shows”, companies bet on putting the big money to showcase its products to the viewers on such time slots. Remember the days…
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Israel and “The Startup Nation” slogan: Delivering cyber-security through technical excellence

Author: Rajarshi Dhar
Over several years, Israel has often been in the news due to its geopolitical dialogue with Palestine on issues of mutual recognition, geographical borders, water sharing and many more. But the country is largely famous for its religious diversity: Judaism, Christianity and Islam; the old city of Jerusalem; the camel market and the famous Tel Aviv University which has supplied…
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What does natural disaster mean to the DR-as-a-Service market?

Author: Rajarshi Dhar
Human kind has always been a silent observer of natural disasters creating havoc worldwide. Be it the earthquakes of Japan, China and Indonesia or the hurricanes of US and Canada; we as human beings have always felt helpless. This is no different for great companies dealing with customer data and business secrets. They understand the importance of having a DR…
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Reverse brain-drain, destination India

Author: Rajarshi Dhar
Last Saturday evening, one of my close friends received a call from his cousin aiming to pursue his master’s in business management while we were in sound mood of discussing the recent success of “2 States”- the recent Bollywood super-hit. What I derived from his one way conversation over the phone (though I assume that there were heated arguments from…
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The Indian Start-up Culture: A new trend in business

Author: Rajarshi Dhar
So far India has often been referred to as the outsourcing hub of the world. Whether its high end technological development in fourth generation optical discs or back office credit card processing, Indians have always drawn the credit (or otherwise, if you want to argue). The world has been hyping over the various emerging technologies but silently & suddenly without…
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Leadership Crunch: Have we stopped to produce enough leaders?

Author: Rajarshi Dhar
The country has managed to produce innumerable managers over the past one decade or so.  Thanks to the liberalization policies of the Indian Education System, it has boosted the mushrooming of large number of colleges, especially the professional institutes. With the 1991 economic reforms in the country, the nation had opened its gates for foreign investments. Multinational corporations had invested…
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