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Nitya Shukla

A student specialising in finance at Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, Nitya Shukla is a proficient in conceptual writing and promotes analytical dialogue. With her urge to write, she often mixes her observations of entrepreneurial skills and trends. Her educational background and her artistic inclination makes her different in spirit and motivated to keep contributing to ventures like Feedough.

What’s Your Company Worth? | Business Valuation Methods

By Nitya Shukla / March 3, 2018

Effortlessly put, business valuation entails a process and a set of steps to determine what business values up to. While this may seem simple, getting your enterprise valued the right way turns out to be difficult than expected. Business valuation results depend on your assumptions. For what’s worth, there isn’t a particular prescribed manner how […]

The Other Side Of Innovation: Unnovation

By Nitya Shukla / February 19, 2018

What if you develop a necessity good, manage to market it well and get your sales going for you? Is your job done? No. From time to time, markets need a revolution. Either in the offering, or the expectations itself. You need to stay miles away from UNNOVATION. Because if Unnovation ever made it to […]

What Is Disruptive Innovation?

By Nitya Shukla / February 17, 2018

Uber. A company that turned the industry upside down with the model that they had to offer. The taxi industry was never the same again. You see the disruption to tradition here? What Is Disruptive Innovation? Disruptive innovation refers to a process wherein a product or service arrives into an existing spectrum, initially in simple […]

Sharing Economy: Advent Of The Give And Take Economy

By Nitya Shukla / March 26, 2018

The World Wide Web has made all sorts of connections easier than ever since its inception. Over time, it became the catalyst for peer-to-peer networking, leading to economic opportunities routed through it. But it’s not just data that travels through the Internet. What do the rounds is money, deficiencies, abundances and the will to come […]

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