Category Archives: Blogs

Keep Calm and Love Indian FOOD!

Hey Namaste again from Bangalore! Firstly, I would like to thank you all for such positive feedbacks from the previous blog I have posted. I am so grateful as they meant so much for a beginner like myself.

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Posted by Pave Internships -Published on September 14, 2015

The University Gender Gap

Recently Alison Britain has been appointed as the CEO of Lloyds Bank, she is the sixth female to be appointed as FTSE 100 CEO. The presence of women in the workplace has grown in modern years and although the pay gap still exists it seems as if equality is just around the corner …or is it?

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Posted by Pave Internships -Published on September 9, 2015

Should universities get involved with venture capital?

For those of you who fear this blog is gearing towards being filled with accountancy jargon, then fear no more! I am not an accountant; in fact, my enthusiasm in the finance industry stretches as far as my basic duty to know the best interest rate I am getting on my current account

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Posted by Pave Internships -Published on July 27, 2015

Bangalore: An Entrepreneur’s Playground

The world knows Bangalore well; mention its name and pictures of beautiful stained glass skyscrapers flash across the mind. Bangalore is one of the most dynamic cities in the world, and arguably the most modern city in India.

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Posted by Pave Internships -Published on July 17, 2015

Ed-Tech or Tech-Ed? Is technology destroying our education system?

Recently I have been intrigued by how much we rely on technology. Some of you may be aware of the panic that sets in when these tormenting words ping through to your phone – ‘You’ve used all your UK data this month’

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Posted by Pave Internships -Published on July 10, 2015

The Secret To Landing A Graduate Job

I’m speaking to you – yes you! You’re bright and I know that – you’ve made it this far. Okay you’ve contributed above and beyond throughout your education – perhaps you took part in loads of societies, were heavily involved in sports and music or maybe you were head of these or even a ‘President’; that’s great.

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Posted by Pave Internships -Published on July 2, 2015

The Westernisation Of Holi

You may have been lucky enough to attend the Holi Festival of Colours in the UK last summer or you may be familiar with the term from the daily Facebook adverts exclaiming ‘last chance to get 25% off tickets if you buy today’.

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Posted by Pave Internships -Published on June 23, 2015

Luke Hope-Robertson’s Testimonial

During the summer of 2015, I was lucky enough to go on an internship organised through my university and Pave. Our destination was Goa, India for an intense global sales and marketing internship with our host company.

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Posted by Pave Internships -Published on June 11, 2015