The Ultimate Start-Up Toolkit

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As India today witnesses a rise in its start-up culture while progressing towards an ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’, we at Juggernaut have a one-stop solution for all your doubts. We have curated a list of our most trusted books that’ll come in handy for all budding entrepreneurs.

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  1. How to start your business- Dhruv Rathee

Want to start your own business but do not know how? Learn about the types of business entities and tax regulations in India.

 

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2. How to influence people with your ideas- HBR Ascend

If you can move people with an idea, they will embrace it. To make people have faith in your vision you need to make them believe in the power of your ideas, something you should do with your entire workforce.

 

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3. The Best Indian Start-Up Stories – Fortune India

Start up India is on its way and getting bigger and bigger. FORTUNE INDIA presents the most original and interesting of these players, from Team Indus the private moon mission, to Ola Cabs, from digital wallets to venture capital firms. These are the best Indian Startup Stories Ever.

 

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4. Frankly Speaking Finance: Mowgli and the Financial Jungle – Prashant Desai

Prashant Desai on how to navigate the financial jungle like a Mowgli – where to roam and where not to, making it a perfect read if you’re just starting out.

 

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5. Lesser-known habits of successful leaders- Sanket Pai

Five unusual and less-known habits of modern-day successful leaders that we could all imbibe. 

 

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6. Money with Monika 6 Health & Wealth Lessons- Monika Halan

Worried about your finances in this tough economic situation? Monika Halan lists lessons that you should not ignore in this pandemic. The perfect read for those challenging times.

 

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7. The boys who made it big- from Start-up to Success – Business Standard

From a hole in cyberspace to billion-dollar ventures, here’s how some of India’s most exciting start-up stars made their mark.

 

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