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Good, Bad, And Ugly - An Entrepreneur Should Take Responsibility For All

Former Staff, Entrepreneur India
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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."

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