Nikhil Arora, Vice President and Managing Director of Intuit in India, is an avid runner who has logged thousands of kilometers by foot across various parts of the world. He also wholeheartedly believes in Intuit's mission of helping small businesses succeed. Through this column, Nikhil shares his reflections on the events, trends and issues playing out for the Indian Small Businesses. He wants to leave entrepreneurs and other readers with one key motivational thought from his own endurance training: handling a long stretch calls for focus, stamina and keeping an eye out for the next mile marker.
Business Development or Detriment
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