Why P2P Lending Makes Complete Sense for Startups

Strategy Driven

billion in 2019 and is expected to cross the $500 billion figure in 2027 at a CAGR of 29.7 vele , the CEO of Swaper for details. Since its inception, the peer-to-peer lending industry has moved ahead at warp speed. The P2P lending market was valued at $67.93 percent, despite the global pandemic crisis. P2P lending is a funding method that lets businesses get capital from several investors online.


3 Reasons Global Firms Should Keep Investing in India

Harvard Business

Three things allow firms like Amazon and Renault to succeed in India’s consumer market: The first is their CEOs’ strategic and long-term commitment to the market. Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos and Renault’s CEO Carlos Ghosn are in India for the long-term, as a hub for middle-of-the–pyramid innovations that can serve all emerging and even developed markets. The country has over 350 million smart phones and this number is growing 25% CAGR.


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Which MBAs Make More: Consultants or Small-Business Owners?

Harvard Business

In our work studying entrepreneurship-through-acquisition (EtA) — in which individuals purchase an existing small business to own and run themselves — we’ve found that most graduating MBA students agree that being the CEO of a small firm dominates traditional post-MBA careers like consulting, investment banking, private equity, and the like on these non-pecuniary dimensions. This leaves $1,350,000 to be split 80%/20% between the investors and the CEO. HBR STAFF.


A Model for Focusing Executives on Long-term Value Creation

Harvard Business Review

This blog post is part of the HBR Online Forum The CEO's Role in Fixing the System. Revenue and earnings grew at over 12% CAGR over the last decade — accelerating though the recession. We believe that capitalism will not survive if it continues its trend towards the redistribution of wealth and away from creation of wealth. To reverse this trend, executive compensation plans have to be designed. The Wine Group's plan can serve as a model for how to do that.


Make Your Work Resolutions Stick

Harvard Business Review

When Susan Hertzberg arrived as president and CEO of Boston Heart Diagnostics in 2010, it was losing money and had fewer than 40 employees. Susan has grown revenue over 100% CAGR since she took over, and the company has nearly 400 employees. Many people have resolutions on the brain during this time of year. But it’s one thing to set goals — network more, learn to meditate, or get better at writing — and quite another to actually accomplish them.