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Breaking the stereotype

By Sudesh Bhosle | B&C
The printing business is mostly a male-dominated profession. The hard labour that goes into managing such a business is just one of the reasons, but when one comes across a woman successfully running a full-fledged printing enterprise, it’s definitely worth a mention. 
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Tuning in to a 50-year-old service

By Sudesh Bhosle | B&C
Being one of the oldest shops, Henrico Electronic Services and Cycle Stores is considered a hallmark in Vasco’s municipal market. Apart from undertaking repairs of radios, the store also deals in the sales of bicycles and its spare parts.
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A brotherly effort

By Abdulla Khan | B&C
There’s something about sipping a hot cuppa at a modest village tea stall. The tea is quickly gulped down as one catches up on the latest gossip and debates. For Valpoikars in particular, Anjali Tea Stall seems to be the best place to do both. 
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Car sales hit a speed bump

The automobile industry in Goa is staggering under the vicious cycle of drooping revenue. Annual car sales have dipped for the first time in a 20-year boom, underlining the impact of a slowdown in Goa’s economy on key sectors. It is down by 30 per cent, a concern for the car industry, according to car dealers.

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Out of the box

Few players in Goa’s packaging industry think as boldly as Mr Rakesh Agarwal, director, Prakash Corrugated Products Pvt Ltd. Currently the largest in the local industry, his business credo is to grow big and bigger, and to continuously add to capacity so as to benefit through economies of scale and overwhelm the competition in the way. 

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Spreading the aroma of masalas

By Michael Fisher | B&C
Ms Maria Francisca Costa Vaz made a resolution 25 years ago not to take it easy on the laurels of her late rich dad’s success story, and with her husband Mr Karl Vaz who also comes from a food background and started small making authentic spices.

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A rejuvenating experience

By Shoma Patnaik | B&C
The spa industry has really changed from being a part of a beauty parlour to standalone centres that are exclusively into body massages and spa therapies. The Tatva Spa, says its energizing owner Ms Asha Arondekar, is for families.

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