About Vikram Upadhyaya
Vikram is also the Founding Board Member of the Indian Angel Network Incubator and an advisor to projects being undertaken through the Telecom Centres of Excellence (TCOE).
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If you have nothing new to offer, it's very easy to get lost in the crowd.
The winning attitude which has helped these founders grow is that they cared about more than just profits.
Why the startups who join accelerator or incubator program with the hope of getting mentored for accelerating their journey towards growth are not able to get growth-capital?
The importance of IP should not be undermined by startups because of the long-term sustainable advantages it offers.
While it is beneficial to have a sound founding team, it comes with its own risks too.
'Startup' is the hottest buzzword in India right now with technology based entrepreneurship gaining unprecedented momentum
I would like to see an India where 5-10 per cent of startups, who through incubation or accelerator programs, are able to receive institutional and growth-capital.
It is always good to split the responsibilities amongst the Co-founders for record-keeping and timely reviews.
nCommerce will disrupt not just the e-commerce and m-commerce market, but also the franchise model in India.