January, 24, 2017
Treating Cancer the more effectual, less experimental way
25 Oct
2016
  • Posted by Madhumita Prabhakar
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An Indian medical technology firm, Mitra Biotech, is revolutionising cancer treatments in India and world over, with its kingpin technology, CANScriptTM, which offers personalised cancer therapy by matching drugs to cancer patients and vice-versa

“India is a very significant, yet very complex market”
01 Dec
2014
  • Posted by POORNIMA KAVLEKAR
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N K Ranganath, managing director, Grundfos Pumps India, aims to take the company’s revenue to Rs. 850 crore to Rs. 900 crore by 2017 through organic growth, localised production and maybe, one acquisition

On a concrete footing
01 Dec
2014
  • Posted by POORNIMA KAVLEKAR
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Anand Sundaresan, Vice Chairman and Managing Director of SCHWING Stetter talks to us about the construction equipment sector, how the company has grown amidst tough operating environments and his future plans for the company

Making housing affordable to all
01 Oct
2014
  • Posted by MADHUMITA PRABHAKAR
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L&T Housing Finance, led by its CEO, Vasudevan Ramaswami, is banking on the affordable housing segment and the self-employed customer base as some of its key segments to scale up its business in the coming years. In six to seven years, it plans to increase its loan book size to over Rs. 20,000 crore

In love with businesses
01 Jul
2014
  • Posted by S. PREM KUMAR
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Sanjay Kamlani, angel investor, serial entrepreneur and founder of Pangea3, the legal process outsourcing firm that he exited, says it is the process of building a business rather than a glamorous product offering that keeps him thrilled. Kamlani explains: “How do we grow our teams, how do we synchronise seamlessly between clients, employees and investors, how do we maintain a very high retention rate? – it is dealing with questions like these that energise me every single day.” That is the sole reason why he has slowed down his angel investment endeavors to pursue his next entrepreneurial stint

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