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We talk about the increasing adoption by institutional and retail… https://t.co/kgscA5blWY
Bull markets are for earning; bear markets are for learning 👀
Yep, the lockdown welcomed many furry friends into homes 🐾 https://t.co/L7bemmvWFp
This little boy is going to make his girl very happy some day 🤩 https://t.co/PkmQdNtRaw
rt @JayKapoorNYC: if you rob a bank, you’re a criminal.
if the bank robs you, that’s “finance”
if everyone robs everyone, that’s “decentr…
This is huge!
Weekend Reddy! https://t.co/hJFtaZG8Jy
rt @omkar__joshi: hello @peakbengaluru, the latest bangalore update is broken. https://t.co/gldrjgdreh
rt @ndtv: #licipo off to a promising start, booked 28% in two hours. will it be oversubscribed?
When Systrom was building Burbn (now Instagram), he kept going back to the drawing board because while he knew the product was fun, he kept asking –
Was it useful? Did it solve a problem most people had in their lives?
COVID-19 has changed the rules of the game for many industries. One that was hit quite hard and had to adapt to the new normal was the ed-tech industry - Adapt or perish. The ones that adapted, had to do so whilst ensuring quality education to children, especially pre-school children as well as give a sense of comfort to parents who have had to juggle working from home and keeping their child engaged. Here's how Flinto's hybrid approach worked
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