Editor-in-chief, Entrepreneur Media (India)
If start-ups need to survive, they should look for a strategic partner, not an investor.
There was and will always be enough opportunity to pursuit, but do it when you are ready for it.
Industrialist Sanjeev Bikhchandani talks about venture capital, startups and government policies.
We, as entrepreneurs must continuously strive to come together to stir change.
Facebook had its eyes on India for a long term, as the country is home to one of the fastest growing internet using population.
As startup entrepreneurs, everything will be limited whether it is your time, knowledge or resources. As the founder, one needs to be focused on the most critical matters. But the rest still needs to get done.
With the focus on market development, the tech giant has trained over 5 million citizens under these programs.
"Talent is like the marksman who hits a target that others cannot reach," wrote Arthur Schopenhauer; "genius is like the marksman who hits a target others cannot even see."
Chat on Chaat
In a chat on chaat with Ritu Marya, Editor-in-Chief, Entrepreneur India, Anil shares his panorama on future of start-ups in India.
Chat on Chaat
Vani Kola, supporting entrepreneurs in building their companies.
We are not Heading Towards a Bubble…It will be a Bloodbath
Today, startup entrepreneurship in India is seeing rebellion that is beyond business.
"I think it's stupidity for SMEs to look for a coder," says , Kunal Shah, CEO, FreeCharge.
We, as entrepreneurs, must continuously strive to come together to stir the change.
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