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Good, Bad, And Ugly - An Entrepreneur Should Take Responsibility For All Entrepreneur India in conversation with Kanwal Rekhi, the co-founder of Inventus Capital.

By Ritu Kochar

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If you screw up startup, it's your screw up; take responsibility for it, says Kanwal Rekhi when talking about the traits an entrepreneur should have. Counting honour as a must, he adds that an entrepreneur should be responsible, intellectually honest and most of all a leader of people.

In the video Kanwal Rekhi, one of India's leading venture capitalist and co-founder of Inventus Capital, talks about market valuation claiming them unreal and what are the markets one should look out for in 2016. Kanwal calls himself a technology person. Talking about the Startup India initiative, he said, "If they do half the things they promised, it will transform India."

Ritu Kochar

Former Staff, Entrepreneur India

Ritu used to work as a Feature writer for Entrepreneur India.
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