The Future of Banking –  Promises and Threats

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The past decade has already seen a lot of industry structures being redefined with leaders going bust and new age companies taking their place. One of the industries that seems to be on the cusp of going through a similar upheaval seems to be the banking industry.  If you look at what a bank does at its core, it is only two things:  Collect money from parties (individuals, businesses and governments) and keep them safe and pay them whenever they need the same back. Banks in most economies pays a simple interest (and in some countries, charge a fee to […]

Sairee Chahal

PBTO39: The Importance of Serendipity and The Courage to Defy Conventions with Sairee Chahal

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Entrepreneurship, Podcast Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS Who is on the show today In this episode, we host Sairee Chahal. Sairee is currently the Founder & CEO of Why is she on the show Sairee is a finalist for the Cartier Women’s Award Initiative for 2012, a TED speaker. She was named one of the Most Powerful Women in Indian Business 2012 and has been featured on shows like Young Turks, Pioneering Spirit and What Women Want. What do we discuss on the show We discuss her career, how serendipity and the focus on […]

Sarah Cooper

PBTO38: Office Humour and lessons in Management with Sarah Cooper

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Podcast Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS Whom are we hosting in this episode: In this episode, we host Sarah Cooper, host of The Cooper Review. Why are we hosting her The Cooper Review is the satirical blog of Sarah Cooper. It features weekly original articles, videos and cartoons on corporate humor, news, and other stuff. She describes herself as demotivational speaker and the Chief Evangelist of Evangelism. She is an ex google employee and a standup comedian. Her work has appeared on The Washington Post, Fast Company, Business Insider, and Huffington Post. What […]