Anushruti Singh


Anushruti Singh

Anushruti is a principal correspondent at Post her professional education in science and journalism, Anushruti has extensively worked in business and technology journalism space. She is avid socialite and loves networking and writes on variety of subjects.

ARTICLES BY Anushruti Singh

Struggling in COVID-19 times, can Resilient Indian MSMEs pass the high tide

Can ever-resilient Indian MSMEs overcome the high tide of Covid-19 constraints?

It is a testing times for MSMEs of India. COVID-19 led operational constraints has casted a long shadow on already slowed economy of India. Factors such as social distancing, stringent…

27 Jun 2020

Rajendra Walunj Chetan Walunj Fathers Day Story

#Fathersday Special: Together we always look forward to achieve healthy growth- Chetan Walunj, Repos Energy

A father can be addressed as Pita, Baba, Abba, Papa, Daddy, Father, Padre, or Papi, but he will always remain a child’s first hero. He holds your faltering steps when…

21 Jun 2020

Kamal Chibba Anish Chibba Fathers Day Story

#Fathersday Special: Nothing is served on a silver platter in our family business – Kamal and Anish Chibba , Chibba Agro Group

Fathers have a significant influence in our lives. They are our conscience keepers who guide us to differentiate between right and wrong. In case of family business, they take the…

21 Jun 2020

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#Fathersday Special: Choosing the right successor is the most significant choice in a family business, says Vikaas Gutgutia of Ferns & Petals

Family businesses constitute around 79 percent of national GDP of India annually. Our country has 108 family-owned businesses that are publicly-listed. This places it at the third spot in world…

21 Jun 2020

Milan Thakkar, Walplast

We should accelerate our production to make a deep impact on whole industry, says Milan Thakkar, CEO, Walplast

The infrastructure and construction material industry is a prominent driver of Indian economy. But, it is bad hit lately due to shortage of raw material and labour workforce. Despite that,…

21 Jun 2020

COVID-19 Pushes Tech Adoption by Local Shops Making them Digitally Ready in Just 10 Minutes

An innovative technology framework that makes local shops digitally ready in just 10 minutes

Mom-and-Pop retail stores of India are usually legacy businesses. The small retail counters constitute 80 per cent of the country’s retail sector. It roughly implies that more than 15 million…

21 Jun 2020