STARTUP

Divide and Rule – Is Segmentation the crucial first Step?

In 1998 as a “Young Leader”, I joined one of the first private telecom operator in India offering Telephone connections, unheard of in the country

Two different disasters, Two different decades, Same Fund, Same Advice

October 2008, Sequoia Capital, issued a missive to its portfolio companies titled R.I.P. Good Times in the wake of the global financial crisis. Sequoia advised

Funding

HOW FUNDING CAN KILL YOUR STARTUP?

As India sees a frenzied scramble among startup founders to get their ventures funded, the art of bootstrapping — starting a business with one’s own

startup investors

5 THINGS STARTUP INVESTORS ARE LOOKING FOR IN 2020

Past few years in the Indian startup ecosystem have been a rollercoaster. If you’ve tracked the space, you’d agree that we were pretty nascent till

Steve Jobs

STEVE JOBS: HOW TO NOT FIT IN & STAND OUT

This millennia stands witness to innumerable changes but in our opinion, nothing propelled the cause of our progress like an apple. The first landed on

Outbound Sales Work

HOW CAN YOU MAKE OUTBOUND SALES WORK?

The business world operates largely on the basis of the first impressions you make! This game of making a mark on your prospective clients/potential investors

Big Corporations

INTRAPRENEUR PROGRAMS IN BIG CORPORATIONS

How often have you seen a group of  employees just up and quit their corporate job to form a startup? Too many darn times! Many

IMPLICIT GENDER BIAS IN STARTUP FUNDING

Male entrepreneurs are twice as likely as female entrepreneurs to raise a capital upwards of $100,000 – according to an infographic released by StartupNation. The

startup

DO’S AND DON’TS AFTER STARTUP FUNDRAISING

Fundraising, an ever-present volcano in the life of an early-stage startup.  Do you need to go for fundraising? Why do you need to go for