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  • Broadening the Discussion of Microcredit Impact

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    Erin Scronce
    25 Feb 2015 | 11:30 am
    On February 27, CGAP, IPA, JPAL and the World Bank will host a full-day event to share the latest evidence from six randomized controlled trials across six countries. The event will feature the results presented by the researchers themselves, followed by a discussion on what this evidence means for policy and practice. 
  • MICROCAPITAL BRIEF: Fonds pour l’inclusion Financière en République Démocratique du Congo (FPM) Receives Authorization from Central Bank of the Congo to Issue Wholesale Financing to Lenders Serving Micro-, Small, Medium-Sized Enterprises (MSMEs)

    MicroCapital: On microfinance, mobile money, SMEs and other forms of impact Investing
    Charlotte Newman
    25 Feb 2015 | 10:00 pm
    Fonds pour l’inclusion Financière en République Démocratique du Congo (FPM) SA, a nonprofit organization based in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) that was formerly known as Fonds de Promotion de la Microfinance, recently received authorization to operate as a financial company from the Central Bank of the Congo, DRC’s central banking authority. This allows FPM to lend to financial institutions that provide credit to micro-, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in the country, building upon FPM’s existing instrument, FPM Association Sans But Lucratif, which provides…
  • Customer Service at BRAC: Empowering Women Through Empowered Women

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    Center for Financial Inclusion
    26 Feb 2015 | 7:13 am
    > Posted by Maria May, Senior Program Manager, BRAC Babita Akhtar, BRAC customer service assistant, Kawalipara branch, Bangladesh Even when introducing herself, Babita’s enthusiasm is contagious. “Maybe you think that you can’t change how you manage your money. It’s too hard. Well, I used to think that I could never get up in front of a group of people and give a presentation. But here I am. BRAC taught me how. So if I can do this, then you can do anything.” Babita Akhtar is one of 900 women recruited by BRAC as a customer service assistant. She greets every person who walks…
  • Afghanistan was the making of me, microfinance expert tells TEDx Hong Kong - South China Morning Post (subscription)

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    26 Feb 2015 | 2:30 pm
    South China Morning Post (subscription)Afghanistan was the making of me, microfinance expert tells TEDx Hong KongSouth China Morning Post (subscription)And that's just what Etienne Mottet had in his mind when he was asked to travel to Afghanistan to help set up microfinance software for Oxus Development Network, a French-based NGO that provides credit to small enterprises. A shopkeeper in Maymana city.
  • Nikkei 225: Breaking Out into New Secular Bull Market?

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    Barry Ritholtz
    26 Feb 2015 | 12:30 pm
    Nikkei 225: Potential breakout into a secular bull market Source: Bank of America Merrill Lynch     We continue to favor Japan’s Nikkei 225. The Nikkei 225 is pushing above the 2007 high of 18,300, which has the potential to end the secular bear market for Japan that began in 1989. This is a focus chart in our 2015 Year Ahead and our February Monthly Chart Portfolio. A sustained breakout above 18,300 would confirm a secular double bottom for the Nikkei 225 off the 2003 and 2008/2009 lows and point to longer-term upside toward 28,000-30,000. Resistances come in at 20,900-21,575 and…
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  • Broadening the Discussion of Microcredit Impact

    Erin Scronce
    25 Feb 2015 | 11:30 am
    On February 27, CGAP, IPA, JPAL and the World Bank will host a full-day event to share the latest evidence from six randomized controlled trials across six countries. The event will feature the results presented by the researchers themselves, followed by a discussion on what this evidence means for policy and practice. 
  • Sharia-Compliant Microfinance: 5 Takeaways from CGAP's Research

    Mayada El-Zoghbi, Samer Badawi
    23 Feb 2015 | 2:30 pm
    It has been just over six years since CGAP published its first look at the then-nascent Islamic microfinance sector. Back then, calling it a sector was a stretch: In fact, our surveys showed that providers of sharia-compliant products only reached about 380,000 clients - or one-half of one percent of the total microfinance market.
  • Cashless & Cashy: The Yin-Yang of Digital Delivery in Peru

    Xavier Faz, Pablo Garcia Arabehety
    20 Feb 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Financial services innovators in Peru may have secretly adopted Chinese philosophy.When it comes to delivering financial services to lower income segments, these innovators have struck an interesting balance between cashless and cashy transactions – sort of the yin-yang of agent networks– as they built synergies across services, rather than following an either-or approach.
  • Why Measure Market Systems Development & Who Cares?

    Krisana Pieper
    20 Feb 2015 | 6:43 am
    Access to financial services alone will not ensure poverty reduction or economic growth. With this in mind, there is a new appreciation for a market systems development approach to financial inclusion. This approach looks at the whole eco-system around the delivery and use of financial services in order to better understand and address the constraints that prevent poor and low-income people from fully participating in financial services markets.
  • Can Digital Cash Transfers Enable Financial Inclusion in India?

    Shweta S. Banerjee
    19 Feb 2015 | 6:46 am
    Digitizing India’s $100 billion subsidy machine is a massive task organized across ministries, departments, and 29 state governments. In 2013, the government had selected some of the major cash transfers to be shifted to an electronic system, and the process is gaining momentum with a renewed effort by the national government.
 
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    Center for Financial Inclusion blog

  • Customer Service at BRAC: Empowering Women Through Empowered Women

    Center for Financial Inclusion
    26 Feb 2015 | 7:13 am
    > Posted by Maria May, Senior Program Manager, BRAC Babita Akhtar, BRAC customer service assistant, Kawalipara branch, Bangladesh Even when introducing herself, Babita’s enthusiasm is contagious. “Maybe you think that you can’t change how you manage your money. It’s too hard. Well, I used to think that I could never get up in front of a group of people and give a presentation. But here I am. BRAC taught me how. So if I can do this, then you can do anything.” Babita Akhtar is one of 900 women recruited by BRAC as a customer service assistant. She greets every person who walks…
  • Lessons on Age-Based Client Segmentation… From My Spam Filter

    Center for Financial Inclusion
    25 Feb 2015 | 8:17 am
    (click to enlarge) > Posted by Sonja Kelly, Fellow, CFI Since the release of our paper, Aging and Financial Inclusion: An Opportunity, I have been considering the challenge of market segmentation using the life course. This is not unexplored terrain at the Center for Financial Inclusion. Beth Rhyne articulated a life course approach during our Looking Through the Demographic Window project, which we have captured in the infographic embedded at right. I have been hearing from microfinance institutions that some efforts are underway to segment clients by their life stage, though this remains…
  • Racism Is Endemic. What Role for Microfinance?

    Center for Financial Inclusion
    24 Feb 2015 | 6:44 am
    > Posted by Joshua Goldstein, Principal Director for Economic Citizenship & Disability Inclusion, CFI #167785839 / gettyimages.com Last June, in my hotel room in Delhi, I read in the Sunday edition of the Times of India that hiring white girls to work wedding parties is the new status symbol in Bangalore. Though this might sound surprising, alabaster skin as the ideal of beauty (and the status that goes with it) is neither new to nor specific to India. This is not a trivial matter but a deadly serious business. One need only look at skin whitening products, like Unilever’s…
  • And Then There Were None? Banks Are De-Banking on a Grand Scale

    Center for Financial Inclusion
    23 Feb 2015 | 9:06 am
    > Posted by Matt Collin, Research Fellow, the Center for Global Development The following post was originally published on the Center for Global Development blog. In a few weeks’ time Australia’s Westpac bank will start closing down the accounts of money transfer organizations used by immigrants to send money home. Westpac is the last major Australian bank still offering services to organizations in the country’s US$25 billion remittance sector. Two weeks ago, Merchant’s Bank of California also decided to close the accounts of all money transfer organizations (MTOs) sending money…
  • Moving to Action on Aging and Financial Inclusion

    Center for Financial Inclusion
    20 Feb 2015 | 8:34 am
    > Posted by Sonja Kelly, Fellow, CFI Participants in a workshop on aging and financial inclusion, organized by the Center for Financial Inclusion at Accion and HelpAge, held last week in New York City at MetLife. When we wrote about the topic of aging in our recently-released paper Aging and Financial Inclusion: An Opportunity, I have to admit that I was skeptical that any stakeholders would be motivated to action — regardless of how compelling the paper was. Aging, I thought, is something people feel uncomfortable talking about, whether because they worry about their own old age, or…
 
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  • Afghanistan was the making of me, microfinance expert tells TEDx Hong Kong - South China Morning Post (subscription)

    26 Feb 2015 | 2:30 pm
    South China Morning Post (subscription)Afghanistan was the making of me, microfinance expert tells TEDx Hong KongSouth China Morning Post (subscription)And that's just what Etienne Mottet had in his mind when he was asked to travel to Afghanistan to help set up microfinance software for Oxus Development Network, a French-based NGO that provides credit to small enterprises. A shopkeeper in Maymana city.
  • BRIEF-Ecsponent gets nod for Zambia microfinance banking licence - Reuters

    26 Feb 2015 | 6:47 am
    BRIEF-Ecsponent gets nod for Zambia microfinance banking licenceReutersFeb 26 (Reuters) - Ecsponent Ltd : * Ecsponent Financial Services limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Ecsponent, has obtained approval to operate as deposit-taking microfinance institution in Zambia Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: ...
  • Deutsche Bank Marks Milestone for USD 83 Million Microfinance Fund - Insurance News Net

    26 Feb 2015 | 6:14 am
    Deutsche Bank Marks Milestone for USD 83 Million Microfinance FundInsurance News NetNEW YORK --(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Deutsche Bank's Global Social Finance Group today announced the conclusion of the seven-year investment term, and the release of an assessment report, for its innovative USD 83 million microfinance fund (the Fund).and more »
  • CBL Microfinance Targets New Loan Associations - The News

    26 Feb 2015 | 4:57 am
    CBL Microfinance Targets New Loan AssociationsThe NewsSeveral newly established microfinance and loan institutions are expected to benefit from the Central Bank of Liberia microfinance program this year. The disclosure was made at the weekend by the Executive Governor of the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) Dr.
  • Microfinance Sector Seeks Ways to Address High Rate of Bad Loans - AllAfrica.com

    25 Feb 2015 | 11:39 pm
    Microfinance Sector Seeks Ways to Address High Rate of Bad LoansAllAfrica.comThe microfinance sector has started a countrywide study to understand the causes of loan defaulting so as to find a lasting solution. The study is also expected to look at the loan portfolio audits and financial management by sector players, Damascene ...
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    The Big Picture

  • Nikkei 225: Breaking Out into New Secular Bull Market?

    Barry Ritholtz
    26 Feb 2015 | 12:30 pm
    Nikkei 225: Potential breakout into a secular bull market Source: Bank of America Merrill Lynch     We continue to favor Japan’s Nikkei 225. The Nikkei 225 is pushing above the 2007 high of 18,300, which has the potential to end the secular bear market for Japan that began in 1989. This is a focus chart in our 2015 Year Ahead and our February Monthly Chart Portfolio. A sustained breakout above 18,300 would confirm a secular double bottom for the Nikkei 225 off the 2003 and 2008/2009 lows and point to longer-term upside toward 28,000-30,000. Resistances come in at 20,900-21,575 and…
  • Fed Gives Congress Room to Shirk Resposibility

    Barry Ritholtz
    26 Feb 2015 | 8:30 am
    One of my favorite thought experiments is the careful-what-you-wish-for scenario. I was reminded of its utility during Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen’s Congressional testimony the other day. Consider the critique of the Fed by some members of Congress. As the New York Times described it, the three-hour hearing was “testy” as “Republicans on the House Financial Services Committee accused Janet L. Yellen, chairwoman of the Fed, of using her office to advance liberal policy goals.” I find it rather surprising that the Fed’s mandated goals of containing inflation (check!) and…
  • 10 Thursday AM Reads

    Barry Ritholtz
    26 Feb 2015 | 3:56 am
    I can tell you one thing: It’s good not to have a job that requires annual testimony in front of idiots. Selecting 10 bulleted morning train reads is much less stressful: • Can stocks rise in spite of weak earnings growth? (SKrisiloff) • What is Google’s Market Share for Search? (Priceonomics) see also YouTube: 1 Billion Viewers, No Profit (WSJ) • On Scarcity (TRB) • New-Home Sales Are Surging. Why Aren’t Existing Homes As Hot? (Real Time Economics) see also America’s Fixer-Upper Housing Market (WSJ) • The Popular (But Risky) Habit Of Cherry-Picking Economic…
  • TDS: Better Call Foul

    Barry Ritholtz
    26 Feb 2015 | 3:00 am
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  • The Global Trade Slowdown: Cyclical or Structural?

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    26 Feb 2015 | 2:00 am
 
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    Finance Trends

  • The Dot-Com Bubble in 1 Chart: InfoSpace

    24 Feb 2015 | 4:37 pm
    With all the recent talk of a new bubble in the making, thanks in part to the Yellen Fed's continued easy money stance, I thought it'd be instructive to revisit our previous stock market bubble - in one quick chart.So here's what a real stock market bubble looks like. Here's what a bubble *really* looks like. InfoSpace in 1999-2001. $QQQ $BCOR pic.twitter.com/xjsMk433H7— David Shvartsman (@FinanceTrends) February 24, 2015 For those of you who are a little too young to recall it, this is a chart of InfoSpace at the height of the Nasdaq dot-com bubble in 1999-2001. This fallen angel…
  • How to "Pull the Trigger" on Your Trading Ideas

    16 Feb 2015 | 5:18 pm
    In our last post, I quoted hedge fund manager, Jim Leitner on the importance of following up on your investment ideas. Today I'd like to follow up and share some thoughts on how you can learn to consistently "pull the trigger" on your best trading setups and investing ideas.In order to help you do that, we'll take from the best and offer up key insights from interviews with top traders and trading psychologists like Alan Farley, Brett Steenbarger, and Doug Hirschhorn. Now before we get to their key insights on overcoming trading anxiety and pulling the trigger on your trading ideas,…
  • Jim Leitner quote: Follow up on your investment ideas

    31 Jan 2015 | 2:15 pm
    Global macro investor, Jim Leitner of Falcon Management was interviewed for Steven Drobny's book, Inside the House of Money. I've included one of my favorite quotes, on the importance of following up on investing ideas, below."Learn to love to listen to people and when you hear something interesting, follow up on it. Don't just think, "Well that's an interesting idea" only to find out a year later that the company you could've bought shares in is now up 500-fold. You never want to say woulda, coulda, shoulda." This is an especially relevant quote, as I've struggled with regrets over…
  • Tech stocks chart roundup: GOOG, AMZN, PCLN, AAPL, BABA, GPRO

    29 Jan 2015 | 1:47 pm
    Earlier today I tweeted about Alibaba (BABA) and the stock's plunge after its 3Q earnings update.Since we'll also see earnings from Google (GOOG) and Amazon (AMZN) after the close today, it's a good time to review some leading tech stock charts and follow up on some of my past posts and recent tweets. 1) BABA. As I mentioned this morning, BABA's plunge came after weeks of decline. Despite a few rallies, BABA has been making lower highs and lower lows since peaking at $120 in November. Today's move down was the second consecutive day lower on above avg. volume, and the stock sank through the…
  • Crash at ASPS and OCN: early warning signs

    13 Jan 2015 | 5:37 pm
    Altisource (ASPS) and Ocwen Financial (OCN) are on the rocks. What were the early warning signs? We'll examine the stock charts of these two mortgage finance companies to see what went wrong. First, let's provide a little background on the firms and the lead-up to this recent mess. Here's a quick summary from Housing Wire on the how and why of this interrelated financial unraveling:To say that Ocwen Financial (OCN) took a beating on Wall Street Tuesday would be the understatement of the century...Ocwen's stock closed Tuesday at $7.78, a loss of more than 36% for the day. One year…
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  • Acumen announces its 2015 fellowship programme

    Pallavi Sinha
    25 Feb 2015 | 5:30 pm
    Acumen announced its 2015 cohort of the India Fellows Program on February 9. The Acumen India Fellows Program is a year-long leadership development programme that gives 20 individuals from across India training they need to accelerate their social impact and leadership potential. Fellows from diverse cultures, geographies and socio-economic backgrounds apply for the programme to share a commitment to end poverty in their communities. The program is structured like an executive MBA in which the Fellows remain in their jobs and come together for five week-long seminars during the year. Through…
  • Are Indians killing their traditions? Banna Creations discusses

    S. Aijaz
    24 Feb 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Hot pink or a bright torquise, studded with rhombus mirrors, we’ve all received small lac handicraft jewellery boxes. Unfortunately, the Jaipur lac handicrafts is a dying industry. So is the ply-split braiding craft of the Rabari community in Kachchh, Gujarat, and silk-weaving tradition in Varanasi. As cultural trends chance, mass production becomes cheaper and rural artisans continue to be disconnected from the 21st century, India is likely to see its hundreds of handicraft traditions die out in the next few decades. The export of Indian handicrafts was worth USD 3.8 billion in 2013-14.
  • The first microfinance institution exclusively for water and sanitation targets rural Tamil Nadu

    Francesca Ferrario
    24 Feb 2015 | 6:00 pm
    The poet W.H. Auden wrote that, ‘thousands have lived without love, no one without water.’ One can add that if water is to survive, clean water is to live longer, as it marks the difference between hygenic and unhealthy spaces. Its simplicity, however, is constrained by the increasing levels of sophistication that more crowded spaces and modern households require for the systems of water supply. This can be a problem especially in rural areas due to lackmof sufficient information and financial capacity. Paul Sathianathan, aware of this problem, started Guardian, a…
  • Home is where the heart is: Kidswear designer blends social responsibility with business

    Francesca Ferrario
    22 Feb 2015 | 6:07 pm
    The borders of places Shweyta Mudgal calls ‘home’ are eight thousand miles apart. This is the distance between New York and Mumbai – the cities where she has lived and worked – which gave the name to the fashion brand for kids that she started a year ago. Shweyta is an architect specialised in airport design by profession and her career has always been a springboard toward new experiences. Some years ago, she received what she defines the ‘dream offer’ to collaborate at the project of Mumbai airport with a company based in New York. “It was the best thing that could have…
  • The story of social entrepreneur who dropped out of three colleges to make a mark with I Impact India

    Emmanuel Amberber
    22 Feb 2015 | 6:00 pm
      “I had to fight my family, friends and teachers to leave college and pursue my dream. I swear to God it was so hard that I cannot put it in words,” says Onkar K. Khullar, the Founder of I Impact India. Onkar is a three-time college dropout. First, he dropped out of a private college, IILM Lodhi Road, in 2010. Second, he dropped out Khalsa in 2011. Third, he dropped out  of the then top college in DU for business management, SSCBS, in 2013. Onkar says, “I dropped out from my first two colleges in search of my passion since I figured college would not give me the answer. I took…
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  • Estimating the Diversity Score of a Portfolio across Multiple Correlated Sectors: Generalized Herfindahl-Hirschman Index

    ifmr
    4 Feb 2015 | 3:39 am
    By Vaibhav Anand and Ramasubramanian S V, IFMR Capital Diversification is an effective risk mitigation strategy for portfolio risk management. It helps to mitigate risk arising from various factors, including extreme events, except factors which are systemic in nature. Often diversification across counterparties, sectors or geographies is the only risk mitigation tool available to a credit portfolio manager. It is important to measure and monitor the degree of diversification periodically to ensure that concentration risk remains low. However, quantifying the diversification may not be…
  • Selection of Research Proposals for the NSE-IFF Financial Deepening and Household Finance Research Initiative

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    18 Jan 2015 | 1:38 am
    By Dr Santadarshan Sadhu, Coordinator, NSE-IFF Financial Deepening and Household Finance Research Initiative The NSE-IFF Financial Deepening and Household Finance Research Initiative is very pleased to announce its final set of proposals selected for funding in this round. We expect, through this initiative, to catalyse a body of high quality research pertaining to critical questions of household finance, financial inclusion and financial deepening. We would like to thank all the researchers who applied to this initiative, making it extremely competitive and setting a high benchmark for…
  • Top 5 Game changers for the Indian Financial System in 2014

    ifmr
    27 Dec 2014 | 10:42 pm
    Our picks (in reverse chronological order): Suitability becomes a Customer Right: The RBI published the final Charter of Customer Rights for banking customers in December 2014. This Charter has introduced the Right to Suitability for all banking customers, in addition to the rights to fair treatment, transparency, privacy and grievance redressal. While all other rights have been captured to varying degrees in current customer protection rules and banking industry codes, the Right to Suitability has been enshrined by the RBI for the first time for retail customers of banks. The Committee on…
  • Video: Best Way to Interact with Clients: High-Touch or Low-Touch

    ifmr
    18 Dec 2014 | 10:07 pm
    The Master Card Foundation recently organised a Symposium on Financial Inclusion that explored the theme of “Clients at the Center” by focusing on the “Client Journey”. The event brought together key industry professionals ranging from practitioners, influencers and thinkers who are actively involved in the space. You can read the proceeds from the Symposium here. Bindu Ananth participated in one of the panel discussions that was organised to debate on the Best Way to Interact with Clients: High-Touch or Low-Touch. Kim Wilson of Tufts University moderated the debate on…
  • Storytelling & Evidence

    ifmr
    11 Dec 2014 | 10:26 pm
    We often dismiss stories, saying “anecdotes aren’t data,” but data enriched with anecdotes can be far more effective than just data in changing minds and getting people to pay attention. In the concluding post of our blog series on the latest Spark edition, Amy Jensen Mowl & Vaishnavi Prathap, as part of their session, highlighted a few examples where just adding some narrative elements to data can have a big impact in overall communication. Outlining different facets of storytelling, the session focussed on how stories can be a powerful medium to help us understand and…
 
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  • Online Travel Insurance Companies in India – 2015 Reviews

    Abhay Nayak
    13 Feb 2015 | 10:53 am
    So are you planning to travel to the United States, Australia or Germany this year ? Most Indians while planning a tour abroad do not intend to purchase any travel insurance, only when it is made compulsory by the Visa issuing authorities, do we purchase it. Travel insurance is compulsory for students going abroad for higher […] Related posts: How to receive Money Online in India – 2015 Paypal Review Microfinance Companies in India to witness strong growth in 2014 – 2015 – Crisil Implications of New Companies Act 2013 for Private Companies Microfinance Companies in…
  • Digital Money India Review – Is it a Scam?

    Abhay Nayak
    8 Feb 2015 | 4:43 am
    Several new websites have emerged in the last few months that claim to offer “Work from Home” opportunities for Indians. In this article we will review two such websites which operate under the name of Digital Money India and Digital Cash Course. But before we review these websites , we would like you to read […] Related posts: 5 Ways To Make Money Online in India How to receive Money Online in India – 2015 Paypal Review Digital Money India 2014 Indian Digital Payments Industry to reach 1.2 Lakh Crore by Dec 2014
  • 5 Ways To Make Money Online in India

    Abhay Nayak
    8 Feb 2015 | 4:33 am
    Indians are looking at different ways in which they can make money online, there are hundreds of websites where you can earn money without any investments. Any website that asks you to invest money before you can make money online is definitely a fraud and you must proceed with caution or else you might end […] Related posts: Digital Money India Review – Is it a Scam? How to receive Money Online in India – 2015 Paypal Review Free Business & Entrepreneurship Courses Online 2014 Free Business & Entrepreneurship Courses Online 2014
  • Top 5 Indian Bloggers of 2015

    Abhay Nayak
    8 Feb 2015 | 4:18 am
    The growth of the Internet has spawned a large number of full time bloggers and online entrepreneurs in India who make their living online in the digital world. Not long ago, blogging in India used to be a hobby with little or no sources of income. Bloggers would rant about their grievances and post their […] Related posts: Digital Money India Review – Is it a Scam? Indian Economy to grow to 5.5 % in FY 2014-2015 How to receive Money Online in India – 2015 Paypal Review 5 Ways To Make Money Online in India
  • How to receive Money Online in India – 2015 Paypal Review

    Abhay Nayak
    7 Feb 2015 | 11:09 pm
    So you are thinking about working from home in India or have just found your first online job after or your cousin Venky who now lives in the United States and earns in US$ wants to return you the money that you lent him during your college days ? Don’t worry, every blogger and Internet […] Related posts: Digital Money India 2014 Microfinance India Awards announced – Apply today ! Online Lending Website Faircent.com raises Rs 25 Crore Online Personal Loans launched for Entrepreneurs
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