Headquartered in Geneva, World Trade Organization was established on January 1, 1995. As on August 30, 2014 it has 160 member nations. The reason behind formation of WTO was to minimize the hassle in trade between the different countries around the world. WTO member nations negotiate and try to formulate the agreements which can make trading among the member nations more fruitful.
No dimension of an enterprise is more important than its people. It is the most decisive and the most important factor for success. Any product in reality is the sum and substance of intangibles – human ideas, transformed into something tangible- a commodity.
The Packaging Industry might not have the glamour attached to it similar to the Retail Industry, but according to Economic Times it is currently valued at Rs 78000cr. Packaging is done for a product to protect it from damage due to external weather conditions, transportation, human errors and also to display important information without having to open the box. That was the sole purpose of packaging until the emergence and growth of e-commerce.
Quantitative Easing (QE) describes a form of monetary policy used by central banks to increase the supply of money in an economy when the bank interest rate, discount rate and/or interbank interest rate are either at, or close to, zero.
Introduction: The Netherlands is a parliamentary democracy in North-west Europe and has been playing a special role in the European economy for many centuries. The country capital is Amsterdam and the seat of government is The Hague. The Netherlands’ location gives it prime access to markets in the UKand Germany, with the port of Rotterdam being the largest port in Europe.
Business organizations require leaders at every level to sustain their growth and win against competition. The constant, accelerating, unpredictable change in today’s competitive global environment demands more and better leadership. People at different organizational levels want to be inspired and get directions to face the uncertainty.
As India inc. echoes the sentiments of new business models, ecommerce industry is set to expand at a monumental scale. India’s e-commerce industry is primed to become the next big revolution with the dramatic change in the shopping trends witnessed in the recent times. Being the 11th largest economy, India has already marked its presence on the eBusiness Organization of key international markets. With 124.7 million online users currently, Indian Ecommerce market has turned out well with estimated revenues of around USD 10 billion. Flipkart, Snapdeal, Myntra etc. speak volumes about it. But the big question remains whether it‘s just a fad or is it the curtain raiser to the humongous growth awaiting in business circles.
The article is written by Khushal Shah and Chetan Dhawan from SIMSREE in the Arthneeti Article Writing Competition (September 2012)
A Faculty Development Program on IFRS was held by ACCA and Mumbai University in association with SIMSREE. Here is the introductory talk by SIMSREE’s HOD of Finance, Dr. Sangeeta Pandit :
Talk by Dr. Sangeeta Pandit, Prof. & HOD Finance, at the Confederation of Indian Industry ( CII ) event in association with SIMSREE -‘Start Up India, Stand Up India – Enablers and way ahead’ on Saturday, 16 January 2016.