Amrit Mann

Amrit Mann

Former Staff

Senior Corresspondent at Entrepreneur India


Innovations For Which The Future Is Now

These innovative businesses are bold enough to sound foolhardy, or seem too tough to execute.

Putting 100 Businesses In One Room

Entrepreneur traces the group's growth trajectory and upcoming projects in a tête-à-tête with the President of Vatika Business Centre.

The Business Of Brewing

The man believes in taking fewer but bolder steps.

Building a Brand Without Destroying a Legacy

Legacy businesses are either enetering new territories or re-inventing themselves, Here's how:

This Rubber Gaint Is Wheeling Towards Success

With an initial target to manufacture four lakh tyres and tubes annually, the company now produces more than 20 million tyres each year.

The Legal Stamp!

A solution to your never-ending legal procedures and paperwork

Meet The Foodies

Some eat it for nutritional values, some for taste and some love to experiment. So, why leave entrepreneurs?

The Startup Office Environment

Today, an office space needs to have a soul and speak for values it stands for.

View From The Top

Reaching the heights of Mount Everest and entrepreneurship.

A Stylish Debut For World's Thinnest Laptop!

Hitting the right notes, processor giant HP has launched in India.

Startups Or MNCs - Where Are You Headed After College?

The year 2016 has seen a massive downturn, turning it into a year of uncertainty.

Tech-Up That Broth!

With business growing at double digit rates year over year, the company relies on technology to up its game as it caters to a plethora of sectors including, healthcare, education, defense etc.

Failure Is Not Flowery

It is estimated that over 80 per cent startups 'fail' within the first three years of launching.

'Technological Automation Has Helped Us In Expanding Business'

A market leader in innovation, the firm was recognized as one of the top 100 great places to work in India in 2015.

Re-inventing The Celeb-Fan Connect

Story of a psychedelic trance musician turned entrepreneur.

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