Work-From-Home Jobs To Support Your Family


For many people, finding a healthy work-life balance is a real challenge. You may struggle with the need to provide for your family while longing to spend more time with them. While work is necessary and healthy, it is also important to prioritize family time. Working from home can be a great way to get the best of both worlds; consider these three work-from-home ventures.

Freelance Writing

There are many freelance writing companies that you can work for. If you have a knack for the English language, you might be a perfect fit for this job. You do not necessarily be an English major, either. As long as you know how to write well, you could be a candidate.

Craft Making

If you are handy with a sewing machine, you might be able to craft homemade goods that can be sold on sites like Etsy or at craft fairs. This takes a level of skill that is not always easily attainable, so it might take some time before you can do this as a full-time career. It can be a lot of fun to make money doing something you enjoy, though!


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Covid-19 pandemic hits value of Indian brands, says Kantar report


The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted all aspects of business and the economy, and value of leading brands is no exception.

The latest edition of Kantar’s report on the value of Indian companies shows that while the top four brands have managed to hold on to their positions, they have lost value in double digits over 2019. Like major banks – State Bank of India, Axis Bank, and IndusInd Bank, top auto brands such as Maruti Suzuki, Bajaj Auto, and have suffered significant losses.

With people stuck indoors, retail, consumer goods, and telecom brands serving consumers at the doorstep have emerged the real winners.


MAIT appoints Nitin Kunkolienker as president, appoints 15 new members


The Manufacturers’ Association of Information Technology (MAIT) on Thursday said Nitin Kunkolienker, director (member on board) of Synegra EMS Ltd, has been named as the body’s president for 2020-21.

Kunkolienker has been part of MAIT’s management team and has played a key role in shaping the electronics landscape of the country, the Associated said in a statement.

This will be his third term as the body’s president.

MAIT’s governing council has also re-elected Harish Krishnan, managing director (public affairs and strategic engagements) at Cisco Systems India and SAARC, and Rajkumar Rishi, vice-president and MD (CSB) of Dell India, as vice-president to steer the association, it added.

Also, 15 new governing council members have been appointed for 2020-22.

MAIT is the apex electronics industry body and counts as its members global and domestic electronic IT, mobile, consumer electronics, white goods and industrial electronics companies, among others.

“Nitin Kunkolienker is a thought leader in the electronics manufacturing arena. A man with a mission, and unlimited energy, he is a strong proponent of carrying along all stakeholders in making India’s vision of becoming an electronics manufacturing

Investing your money in stocks? Here are 5 things you should know first


Investing your money for profits is what everybody aspires to do. You probably need the money for college, start up a business, for retirement, or you want to go for a holiday.

What is the best way of saving up your money with good interests? The regular bank savings account will not fetch you any good interests. There are so many ways of investing your money for far much better profits. Investing in stocks is one of the ways you can quickly grow your money. Before you invest your money in stocks, here are things you must know:

  1. Investing in Stocks Exposes You to A Substantial Risk, Especially in The Short-Term

Investing in stocks for the long term is one of the safest ways of investing your money. However, you should know that nothing is guaranteed in the financial. If you are looking for a short-term investment, stocks should not be on the list. Stock is volatile, and if you are not keen, you can lose your investment. Do not be too quick to sell your stocks. Wait and observe the market conditions for better deals.

  1. Start by Investing with Bigger Companies

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