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VIP Interview with CoCubes founders, Vibhore and Harpreet

As we start a new year, we are happy to announce a new column on Rodinhoods called VIP Interviews. We will showcase those founders and start-ups that are an inspiration with the work they are doing. W...

The 21st Wharton Economic Forum Day 1 Roundup – an emotion stirring journey through the dynamic Indian Startup landscape

The 21st Wharton Economic Forum with its impressive lineup of speakers and presentations was always going to be a highly anticipated event on any Entrepreneurs calendar, so it was for me too. Plus, th...

Buying a Home With a Low Down Payment

Buying a home is perpetually one of the biggest dreams in life. However, not having up to 20% or even 10% of the required down payment may be discouraging. Not to worry, the fact that you haven’...

Create a Startup – A real drama!

Recently, I had a unique opportunity to host a session to explain the business of startups. What emerged was a fun, highly interactive and ‘dramatised’ version of creating a startup from t...

Ten Negotiation tips that will never fail you!

Each of us has won and lost a negotiation and have learnt our lessons. These are my learnings! 1. Use Silence as a weapon One of the toughest things to handle is ‘silence’. If you notice, most people ...

Things You Need to Know as a Home Buyer

For most of the people, buying a home is perhaps the biggest investment they will ever have. Although it involves a considerable amount of money, still purchasing a property is always a better choice ...

100 things that I learned while building my startup

  Awarded the “Rodinstar” Post  of the week!!   Yesterday night, which turned out to be a sleepless night, I sat down and recounted all that has happened since I started and shut...

The Toughest Decision of my Life – The Exit of Mobile2win India

By 2005, a company I had co-founded called Mobile2win (originally started in China in 2001 and then brought into India in 2003) was sailing… We were first movers in the India Mobile VAS (value added s...

Don’t Make for India. Make for Bharat.

India has always been a land of paradoxes. This is a cliche, and yet cliches exist because they are true. It is true for the reasons that everyone talks about — India’s 25% illiteracy paired with the ...

Would you Marry an Entrepreneur?

My column in the July issue of the Entrepreneur magazine: Would you marry an Entrepreneur? This is my dream Bollywood script: It’s a typical Indian arranged marriage ‘dekha-dekhi’ setting. The scene i...

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