Refreshed Nissan Evalia launched at Rs 8.78 Lakh by Sachin Karpe 

Nissan Evalia, Sachin Karpe

Sachin Karpe talks about the new launch Nissan Evalia. The Evalia’s class leading features such as the reversing camera and parking sensors and it’s class topping fuel efficiency of 19.30kmpl still remain unchanged making the Evalia an excellent value proposition vehicle. In terms of an exterior update, Nissan now offers a stylish set of chrome 15-inch alloy wheels that make the Evalia look more contemporary than before. The Nissan Evalia currently sells only about 200 units a month on average, with fleet customers occupying about 65% of the monthly figure says Sachin Karpe.


IN THE BEGINNING: BARTER system was used as money says Sachin Karpe

BARTER system, Sachin Karpe

Barter is the exchange of resources or services for mutual advantage, and the practice likely dates back tens of thousands of years, perhaps even to the dawn of modern humans. Some would even argue that it’s not purely a human activity; plants and animals have been bartering—in symbiotic relationships—for millions of years. In any case, barter among humans certainly pre-dates the use of money. Today individuals, organizations, and governments still use, and often prefer, barter as a form of exchange of goods and services says Sachin Karpe.

Quotes to Inspire the Optimistic Entrepreneur in You by Sachin Karpe

Richard Quote, Sachin Karpe

Sachin Karpe‘s favourite quotes to Inspire the Optimistic Entrepreneur. Here are five quotes that will inspire you to keep your chin up from five successful optimistic entrepreneurs who have been where you are now –

The greatest discovery of all time is that a person can change by merely changing his attitude.” — Oprah Winfrey

When it comes to mega success, there are a select few at the top who you don’t need to reference their business to know who they are and what industry they’re in.

Optimism helps us persevere. Life isn’t easy. But life is always good.” — John Jacobs, co-founder,

“Life Is Good” clothing brand Business opportunities are like buses, there’s always another one coming.” — Richard Branson

Don’t limit yourself. Many people limit themselves to what they think they can do. You can go as far as your mind lets you. What you believe, remember you can achieve.” — Mary Kay Ash, founder of Mary Kay Cosmetics – Mary Kay started her cosmetics empire to provide women with career opportunities from the ground up after struggling with workplace injustices in the early ’60s. Her desire to create options for herself and her family in the business world has led to the well-known cosmetics company says Sachin Karpe

Key Skills Every Manager Needs says Sachin Karpe

Key Skills

Sachin Karpe shares his views and ideas about the key skill that every manager should have. Every business professional–and every business–is dealing with lightning-fast change and long-term uncertainty. Only the strongest will survive. Make sure you are prepared for the challenges ahead.

Having robust skills in multiple areas opens up a whole new world of possibilities for success. You will adapt more easily, erase shortcomings, collaborate more successfully and become  far more valuable to your organization says Sachin Karpe.

Leadership and People Management – Attract, retain, motivate, coach and develop team members for high performance

  • Communication Skills – Communicate, present, assert, speak senior management language
  • Collaboration Skills – Influence, build relationships, navigate politics, manage conflicts, negotiate
  • Business Management Skills – Understand strategy, business functions, decision-making.

Accidental Inventions That Changed the World says Sachin Karpe

Inventions, Sachin Karpe

Lots of the things we rely on to cure our diseases, cook our meals, and sweeten our days weren’t deliberately designed. Instead, they were a happy accident. Ironically, Fleming was searching for a “wonder drug” that could cure diseases. However, it wasn’t until Fleming threw away his experiments that he found what he was looking for. One day in 1928, Fleming noticed that a contaminated Petri dish he had discarded contained a mold that was dissolving all the bacteria around it. When he grew the mold by itself, he learned that it contained a powerful antibiotic — penicillin — used to treat ailments ranging from syphilis to tonsillitis. In 1885, Atlanta banned the sale of alcohol, so Pemberton created
a purely coca-based version of the syrup to be mixed with carbonated water and drank as a soda. The result was a perfect beverage for the temperance era — a “brain tonic” called Coca Cola says Sachin Karpe

Snapdeal to Spend Rs. 350 Crore on Supply Chain Logistics says Sachin Karpe

Snapdeal, Sachin Karpe

Homegrown online marketplace Snapdeal will invest Rs. 350 crore this fiscal year (2014-15) to expand its supply chain infrastructure as it aims for a stronger foothold in India’s internet retail market that is estimated to expand seven-fold to $22 billion by 2018.Besides, the Delhi-based company also seeks to triple its seller base to 100,000 by March 2015, trying to cash in on the rising number of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) turning to the internet to increase sales and presence says Sachin Karpe

Quick Tips For Better Time Management by Sachin Karpe

Time Management, Sachin Karpe, Time

Create a daily plan. Plan your day before it unfolds. Do it in the morning or even better, the night before you sleep. The plan gives you a good overview of how the day will pan out. That way, you don’t get caught off guard. Your job for the day is to stick to the plan as best as possible. Peg a time limit to each task. Be clear that you need to finish X task by 10am, Y task by 3pm, and Z item by 5:30pm.

This prevents your work from dragging on and eating into time reserved for other activities. Having a calendar is the most fundamental step to managing your daily activities. If you use outlook or lotus notes, calendar come as part of your mailing software. Google Calendar says Sachin Karpe