CONFERENCE AND AWARDS
Bangalore OCT 13
2017

#3 What I Learnt at Startup50

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Coach: Krish Subramanian, Co-Founder, ChargeBee Every product should be built for self-service and nowhere is this more important than on the website, as an entrepreneur has to gauge customer interest and engage accordingly Every customer should be assisted in the use of the product whether it is through free trials or other means Every entrepreneur […]

#2 What I Learnt at Startup50

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Coach: Ameera Shah, MD & CEO, Metropolis Healthcare Be careful about your commitments, especially if you are a young entrepreneur, because with some power comes great responsibility. Focus on your end goal, while also keeping a close eye on the journey along the way. Every entrepreneur plays a different role in each stage of the […]

#1 What I learnt at Startup50

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Coach: Mohandas Pai, Chairman, Manipal Global Education Once startups have built a wonderful business, they have two choices; to sell their venture and make money, or build a sustainable business. If entrepreneurs want to build a business for the long term; they should focus immensely on taking care of their customers, keep their teams motivated […]

Inventor. Entrepreneur. Investor.

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Vinod Dham, who is acknowledged as ‘Father of the Intel Pentium’ and currently founding-managing director at Indo U.S. Venture Partners, has constantly reinvented himself to stay on top of the global technology industry

The Snapdeal Pivot

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In January 2013, Snapdeal had a mere US $100,000 in the bank, a small chunk left after it had burned through almost all of the US $57 million it had raised since September 2009. The company was also gearing up to scale up its new marketplace-driven e-commerce business and had signed up 1,000 merchants. In this story, we articulate how Rohit Bansal and Kunal Bahl, the founders, orchestrated a turnaround of sorts, raised over US $865 million and signed up 50,000 merchants

The outsourcing guru turns storyteller

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Raman Roy, chairman and MD, Quatrro Global Services, narrates 10 stories from his journey at the helm of India’s BPO industry

“Businesses don’t go anywhere, people do”

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Mindtree’s Subroto Bagchi urges entrepreneurs to think of their journey as a process of continuously creating infrastructure – physical, intellectual and emotional. He specifically emphasises on the importance of scaling up one’s team simply because businesses don’t go anywhere, people do

AUTOMOBILE 2.0

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Chetan Maini, chief of technology and strategy, Mahindra Reva, talks about how the 120-year-old DNA of the automobile industry is beginning to change and his plans for the company, going forward

How Rana Kapoor built Yes bank

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The founder, MD and CEO of YES Bank shares the 10 things he did right to get YES Bank to where it is today

The art of bootstrapping (and growing)

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Zoho Corp’s Sridhar Vembu has built a US $150 million-a-year business with no debt and no external investors

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