When you hear the word ‘founder’, you think of a person living in the lap of luxury, chilling on a private yacht! But in reality, a founder’s role is pure hard work and unending. They get involved in the inception, and look after the business operations on a daily basis. Of course, they enjoy every bit of it because the company is their baby. Now, there wouldn’t be a company if there were no investors. And so, a founder, like a movie director, is always on the lookout for those special people who will invest in their dream. …

Welcoming more than 452,079 international students from all around the globe, the UK universities remain the most visited destination for international students annually for pursuing high academics. Even though the COVID-19 pandemic has deteriorated the count of incoming international students by 1.6% in 2020, the UK government is sparing no effort to boost up the post-COVID international student statistics, thus transforming the UK as the most suitable destination for envisioning high studies.

Protocols Undertaken by The UK Government to Support University Graduates

The economic fallout of the UK industries has impacted the employment rates of the nation. The pandemic outbreak…

Attended a session that was, in theory, about metrics-based growth, and OKRs, but I’ve gained so much more from this session that will help me grow as an entrepreneur. I’ve never had formal entrepreneurial training, just the regular degrees that help me understand various business concepts. But it’s sessions like these that allow people like me to learn about the application of so many brilliant concepts that, in turn, help us grow to be better entrepreneurs.

Business is very much about value creation but it’s important to be able to track that value. It was enlightening to know understand more…

Ever since the environmental and climate activist, Greta Thunberg has quoted, “Environmental degradation is the biggest crisis humanity has ever faced and this is not something you can like on Facebook”, the youth are on a pursuit to fulfill the responsibilities vested in them to rescue mother Earth from degeneration.

Thus, acknowledging the power of the youth and being concerned about the heightening carbon percentage in the climate, majority of the colleges and universities all around the world have decided to effectively and synergistically address the pressing issues of environmental degradation and are aiming towards reestablishing a healthy ecological balance…

Looking back at the year that recently came to a close, we are made aware that the year gone by has had a host of ups and downs, across industries. If we look at the student housing sector, seemingly one would have predicted a downfall because of the pandemic. But a recent poll conducted by the British Council suggests that many Indian students have no plans of deterring their study plans in 2021. In fact, according to IDP Education Services Co.,Ltd, admissions for the fall semesters in many countries are open and applications are coming in from students across the…

One thing the world could not have fathomed during the start of 2020 was a global pandemic and the extent of the impact it would have on the economy, and in general, life as we know it. Beyond the blows to businesses across the world, there was a fall in the number of bookings and occupancy levels when it came to the global student housing sector.

Having said that the student housing sector has performed stronger than expected, having made it through the crisis with positive reports of robust booking and occupancy rates. It’s been more than 8 years since…

Over the past few months, the pandemic forced the world to adapt to a new way of living and it is not just limited to our personal and professional life.

The impact on the education systems around the world has been phenomenal, with more than 1.5 billion students unable to attend in-person classes. While this makes up for around 90% of all primary, secondary, and tertiary learners in schools around the world, the higher education sector has over 5 million international students enrolled in universities abroad. …

“Summoning up the courage to take action is always the same regardless of how seemingly big or small the challenge. What may look like a small act of courage is courage nonetheless. The important thing is to be willing to take a step forward.” — Nichiren Daishonin

The recent outbreak has inconvenienced the entire world, rapidly changing how people work, communicate, and interact. With multinational companies and businesses — from Amazon to Google — implementing work from home policies to prevent the further spread of COVID-19.

There were too many variables that made my co-founder (and friend), Mayank and I…

Saurabh Arora

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