For those who are following tech news, they would have heard about employees of major companies such as Google, Amazon and Microsoft protesting the direction their employer was taking. A recent newsletter summarized these walkouts.
This is the first guest post I have accepted on my blog. Reason being I am an entrepreneur, people talk about where a company has to be registered, where is it easy to start a business etc. This piece is contributed by GuideMeSingapore.com
A Long and Common History
The relationship between India and Singapore dates back hundreds of years, to the 14th century when Singapore served as a stopover between India and Southeast Asia.
The two countries became even more closely tied together during the Colonial Period through 1867, while British Singapore was under the governance of the East India Company out of Calcutta, India.
Today the two countries have a great deal to offer one another. Singapore’s strategic alliance with India helps build Singapore’s reputation as a valuable investment hub with strong links to a resource-abundant region. India continues to grow both economically and politically, taking on an increasingly important role in international politics. As a result, India and Singapore are each in a unique position to supply the other with resources and support.
There was an interesting article about “Why do companies rebrand?” in yesterday’s issue of Economic Times on Sunday (Aug 28-Sept 3, 2011, page 16, Bangalore edition). I am unable to find the article on their site. For some reason logos have always been of interest to me – more than the graphic the reasoning, thought process which goes behind the logo is always interesting to read.
I read an interesting article about involving employees during merger & acquisition – a report by Gallup.
Yesterday we announced Rajesh Jain‘s Netcore taking a majority stake in Greynium. Online media portals were quick to carry them, Read more on Greynium/Oneindia.in/Click.in acquisition: My Thoughts…