Dear Rodins, I like to call myself a Chicken Entrepreneur. This is because I feel that the difference lies in 'staying there' with your startup in most crunch situations and not chicken out. …Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Rupesh Kumar Shah Jan 14, 2014.
As a CEO i always think value creation is more important than 'number' creation (read balance sheet). numbers change, value don't. #tata vs #ADAG , #MS vs #AppleWhat do fellow entrepreneurs think…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Neil Bahal Jun 30, 2011.
Bear with me for this longish post.
I was marked in this mail today morning from one of my Business Developments guys who was told by the Sales Manager to collect the pending dues from clients. Oh by the way, My Company is a Education startup. You will see a lot of related stuffs.
Hello Sales Manager,Continue
Due all respect to you & your experience i don't agree…
Posted on June 19, 2012 at 5:30pm — 2 Comments
I like to call myself a chicken Entrepreneur. This is because I feel that the difference lies in 'staying there' with your startup in most crunch situations and not chicken out.
When I started in my college I didn't knew that a word called startup existed (honestly) and till date I get spelling of entrepreneurship wrong. Thanks to Auto correct
I have tried to share some thoughts over a presentation which will help the so called chicken Entrepreneurs (like me) to sustain their…Continue
Posted on April 11, 2012 at 9:00am — 2 Comments
My job (CEO of a Education company) requires me to visit schools, meet Educators (read Teachers), Principals (read Operation Manager), School Coordinator (read Delivery Manager) and Trustees (read Investor). My job is to make them aware about the research which IIT Bombay has put in to develop a computer…Continue
Posted on January 6, 2012 at 3:11pm — 4 Comments
Please to announce that InOpen (my startup incubated at IIT Bombay) has raised its VC fund from Ventureast.
The Official Press Release can be seen at …Continue
Posted on August 27, 2011 at 4:38pm — 2 Comments