India, June 21, 2021 – Continuing its feat of conducting record-breaking business skill training webinars across the world, Indian-born Ed-tech start-up Bada Business, successfully concluded another live webinar on ‘Business Yoga with Bhagavad Gita’ today. The session witnessed a whopping 1.9Mn+ live views in total, along with an aggregate live watch-time of 407,640 hours. The webinar was delivered by the eminent motivational speaker, business coach and Founder & CEO of Bada Business, Dr. Vivek Bindra in association with ISKCON.
The webinar imparted scientific and practical wisdom, extrapolated from the shlokas of Bhagavad Gita; to help budding Entrepreneurs, Solopreneurs and Wantepreneurs solve day-to-day life challenges and lead their businesses, even amidst the ongoing economic turbulences.
This milestone comes at a time when the country is witnessing a strong zeal towards entrepreneurship, especially with the aggravated unemployment situation, rendered by the second wave of Covid-19. DPIIT recognized 50,000 start-ups, spread across 623 districts, creating about 1.7 lakh jobs in 2020-2021, under the Government’s flagship Start-up India initiative. And it is all the more essential for these start-ups to be equipped with effective leadership trainings like these, in order that they can fare through the current and any such future crises with tact and resilience.
Commenting on the momentous occasion, Dr. Vivek Bindra, Founder & CEO, Bada Business said, “We are overwhelmed to witness the highest number of participants in the webinar from India and globally. With this, Bada Business also becomes the first Indian Ed-Tech company to be able to create, yet another benchmark in the domain of niche entrepreneurship training, entirely free-of-cost. We believe that aspiring entrepreneurs, with the right mentorship and training, can collectively form a promising start-up community, which will help in bringing the country out of the Covid-induced economic depression. Therefore, despite having the most affordable subscription based app platform, we extend these free-of-cost webinars from time to time, to ensure last mile business-skill training.”
“The highlight of this webinar were the lessons that were deduced from Bhagavad Gita to create real-life resonance. The webinar explained many important lessons including leadership models like MCD model, Kirkpatrick model, ABCD model, How to build Focus on one’s Goal; The ways to choose the right direction – right path; How to face adversities in life; How to respect and treat every soul; How to remain equipoised in good or bad situations; How to Lead a team; How to deal with competitors; What is the ultimate goal and what is the highest level of knowledge.” he added.
Prior to this, Bada Business has garnered 5 Guinness World Records to its name; World’s largest online business lesson (April 24 2020); world’s largest online sales lesson (May 31 2020); world’s largest online lesson on strategy management (June 27 2020); world’s largest online event on ‘How to Start up’ (Aug 15 2020) and world’s largest online lesson on retail management (Sept 27 2020). The company has grown phenomenally in recent months, reaching 1lakh paid subscribers on its app platform.
About Bada Business:
Bada Business offers the world’s most affordable business training program and is experiencing exponential growth with a subscriber base of 27 Million. Bada Business provides online business skill training courses particularly for wantrepreneurs, solopreneurs and entrepreneurs and with the objective of helping them scale up their businesses and grow.
The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), is a religious organisation founded in 1966 by A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. ISKCON works for social welfare with a single aim of strengthening the spiritual fabric of society by spreading the message of The Bhagwat Geeta. Eradicating hunger is one of the aims of the organization and it has distributed crores of meals since the onset of the corona pandemic.
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