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Trade relationship management (TRM)

Trade relationship management (TRM)There was a time when markets were controlled solely by the demand-supply mechanism. The only humans who could influence the market were the sellers (Panwar, 2001). Things have however changed over time. Continue »

An overview of the Indian medical tourism industry

An overview of the Indian medical tourism industrySince ancient times, the Indian way of treating guests as God ‘Atithi Devo Bhavah’ gives its tourism industry a special meaning across globe. India has always been a country of tourist attraction for people of all ages with its varied culture and geography, exquisite landscapes, religions and spirituality, rich historical heritage, wide range of foods and festivals, year round fairs and exhibitions, exclusive shopping stuff and several leisure opportunities. Continue »

 
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Paytm’s growth in India as a digital payment platform

Paytm a digital payment platform was launched in 2010 by One97 communication. It allows to transfer money into its integrated wallet by debit card, credit card and net banking. This wallet can be further used to make payments for recharge, bill payments and shopping (Unicorn 2016). In the last 6 years, it has evolved over and has become the first choice of the users among all the existing payment platforms in India. Continue »

Near field communication’s edge over other digital payment technologies

Near field communication (NFC) is a short range contactless radio frequency technology which allow easy, secure and fast communication between the two electronic devices. It is compatible with millions of devices which are already NFC enabled (NFC World, 2016). In this article major features and benefits of the Near field communication technology  as a digital payment system, has been discussed.

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Real estate market in Mumbai and Pune

In the past five years, there has been an undeniable slump in India’s real estate. This was due to reasons such as after-effects of the recession, inflation, inventory pile-up, etc. However the same has not been majorly felt in India’s two metropolitan cities, Mumbai and Pune. They are two of the most favourable destinations for real-estate in India for multinational companies foraying in the Indian market. Since they require retail or commercial space for setting up their presence in India, the demand for real estate in these cities has been lucrative.

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Approaches for measuring performance of employees

Measuring performance of employees is the backbone of any organization’s management. Business owners usually measure employee performance by assessing how much contribution the employee is making to the firm’s growth. This is conveyed to the employee at the time of their performance appraisal. Performance appraisal refers to the evaluation of employees, providing them with valuable feedback and creating a positive effect on future performance. Employee performance depends upon a number of factors such as;

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Changing phases of growth of the real estate sector in India

The real estate sector is one of the most recognised sectors of India. It is the second largest employer in the country after agriculture. India’s skylines consists of housing, retail, commercial and hospitality establishments. Around 91 million people shifted in urban areas over the last decade. The 2011 census revealed that the number of towns in the country increased to 2774 from 2532 as compared to the previous year (Ministry of Urban Development 2015). This trend has continued and there is growth in housing demand in order to accommodate the rising population levels. The aim of this article is to present a brief overview of the real estate sector of India and its different growth phase, particularly during the last decade.

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Role of microbes in oil spills remediation and degradation of hydrocarbons

Oil spills have become a common sight in the oceans around the world. Such events are the direct result of human error during the transport of crude oil or refined petroleum products across countries. Remediation of oil spills have become an important point of focus for countries and environment agencies across the world. Continue »

Impact of gross domestic product on inflow of foreign direct investment in India

The inflow of foreign direct investment (FDI) in India has paved the path for the economical and financial development of a country. There has been significant increase in economic growth after the liberalization policies undertaken by India in 1991 (Nagaraj 1997). Though the journey to growth has not always been a smooth trend for India. However, the reformation has improved the gross domestic product (GDP) over the years. It has indicated sound growth especially in the recent years when the inflow of foreign capital has increased immensely (Sahni 2012).

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Justice theory of performance management system

In a highly competitive global business environment, managing human resources has become more challenging task than ever before. Most organizations face various key issues with respect to their workforce such as: Continue »

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