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June 25, 2020, Livemint

Trump’s H1-B visa ban may be a boon for global in-house centres

US President Donald Trump’s move to suspend work visas including the H1-B category, used by Indian IT companies to transfer skilled workers abroad, is expected to be a boon for global in-house centres, commonly referred to as GICs, in India.

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The Hindu BusinessLine

25 June, 2020The Hindu BusinessLine

One-third of MSMEs enhance digital presence during lockdown: Survey

Digital transformation of Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) has traditionally lagged behind the expected growth curve. According to Zinnov Consulting, of the 75 million MSMEs based in India, 16-18 million have a social media...

Financial Express

25 June, 2020Financial Express

More Indians visit Paytm than Google Pay and PhonePe put together: Report

Paytm is on the lead over others as even during the lockdown they continued to innovate and launch various relative products and services that made essential payments easy and convenient for users.

BW Businessworld

25 June, 2020BW Businessworld

One-Third of MSMEs Enhance Digital Presence During The Lockdown

Digital transformation by Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) has traditionally lagged behind the expected growth curve. As per Zinnov Consulting, out of the 75 Million MSMEs based in India, 16-18 Million have a social media ...

Livemint

25 June, 2020Livemint

Trump’s H1-B visa ban may be a boon for global in-house centres

US President Donald Trump’s move to suspend work visas including the H1-B category, used by Indian IT companies to transfer skilled workers abroad, is expected to be a boon for global in-house centres, commonly referred to as GICs, in India.

Inc42 Media

24 June, 2020Inc42 Media

QuickSell Puts Digitisation Within Reach For Indian SMBs Through Mobile Commerce

The coronavirus pandemic has unleashed a ton of disruption for businesses at large, but small-medium businesses (SMBs) in particular have been impacted heavily. For one, these businesses are dependent on consistent revenue for survival and for sustaining employees.

India Today

20 June, 2020India Today

Unlock 1.0 – GCCs Still Cautious About Their Back to Office Plans Reveals Zinnov

Zinnov, a leading global management and strategy consulting firm, released the findings of its study titled, "Back to Office Strategy for GCCs," today.

The Sunday Guardian

20 June, 2020The Sunday Guardian

The rise of the Indian woman

The inclusion of Indian women in the national narrative has risen dramatically since economic liberalisation in 1991. It is vital for every Indian citizen to fully understand this because it has been a long and hard road, filled with policy failures pre-1991.

THE WEEK

19 June, 2020THE WEEK

India Emerges as a Hotbed of IoT Opportunities as the Indian IoT Market Is Set to Soar to USD ~15 Billion by 2021 Says Zinnov

Zinnov, a leading global management and strategy consulting firm, released the findings from its latest study titled, "India - Emerging Hotbed of IoT Opportunities," today.

India Today

18 June, 2020India Today

India Emerges as a Hotbed of IoT Opportunities as the Indian IoT Market Is Set to Soar to USD ~15 Billion by 2021, Says Zinnov

Zinnov, a leading global management and strategy consulting firm, released the findings from its latest study titled, "India - Emerging Hotbed of IoT Opportunities," today.

India Today

17 June, 2020India Today

Corporates Identify Start-ups as Key Partners in Post-COVID Response Plans, Says Zinnov

Zinnov, a leading global management and strategy consulting firm, released the findings of its impact study titled, 'Impact of COVID-19 on Corporate Start-up Collaboration Programs', today.