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The World Looks Up to India for Success Stories Mihir Vora from Bajaj Allianz shares that the start-up scene in India was much more exciting than it was two years ago

By Rustam Singh

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India is a booming spot in the world economy, and start-up ideas along with entrepreneurs should not only be encouraged but also given advice, leverage and some reassurance of their choices.

In this video, Mihir Vora, AVP, Technical, Underwriting Risk Engineering, Bajaj Allianz shares that the start-up scene in India is much more exciting than it was two years ago. He talks of how his company can seek assistance and support and the goal is to capture those people who can be encouraged to be on the start-up side. They also help prevent common start-up mistakes from their years of experience dealing with similar problems.

While launching a startup has its own inherent risks, they are providing solutions for whatever that can be outsourced. He also talks about how the world is looking towards India for growth and success stories and we should promote ourselves similarly.

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