CONFERENCE AND AWARDS
Bangalore DEC 8
2018

“Entrepreneurs often fall into what I call the Abhimanyu trap; they don’t know when to get out of a business.”

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Chandu Nair, co-founder, Scope E-knowledge Center, discusses his experiences in two areas: making changes to a business model and exiting a business

Playing The Devil’s Advocate With Ashok Soota

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Presented by Through a series of thought-provoking ‘how-to and how-not tos’, Ashok Soota, the Chairman of Happiest Minds Technologies, explains how startups can arrive at best strategies to succeed in different stages of their journey such as early stage, scaling up, pivoting, tackling competition and minimising risk Madhumita Prabhakar With the launch of Ashok Soota’s […]

Zoho, Now Built From Rural India

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Presented by At a day-long tete-a-tete during the launch of Zoho Desk at Tenkasi, its co-founder Sridhar Vembu uncovers the entrepreneur, the strategist, and the Buddhist in him. As soon as I set foot into Tenkasi, while acres of green, carpeted lands and chill winds jolt me for a brief, I soon begin enquiring with […]

Creative Dialogue on Scaling Up

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Cognizant Technology Solutions (Cognizant), a global IT services company has touched revenues of US $7.35 billion last fiscal, thanks to a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of more than 30 per cent over the last six years. Vortex Engineering (Vortex), a solar ATM manufacturer is slated to touch revenues of US $7 million this fiscal, up from US $2 million last year. We thought it would be a good idea to get the senior management team at Vortex to indulge in a dialogue with Cognizant’s Vice Chairman, Lakshmi Narayanan, to get a tip or two to manage their company in the scaling up phase

The Aha! Moment

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R. Gopalakrishnan, director, Tata Sons, the promoter company of various Tata Group companies, shares with us anecdotes and lessons learnt from his 45-year-long career as a professional manager. He believes these stories will enable managers to reminisce about aha! moments from their own lives or careers and more importantly, learn from these recollections.

The Wise Leader

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Narayanan Vaghul, former chairman, ICICI Bank, draws ideas from American Generals during World War II, the life of Mahatma Gandhi and even Sachin Tendulkar’s cricketing career to explain, in simple terms, the finer nuances of becoming a successful business leader

#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 […]

The Collaborative Entrepreneur

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Dr. Krishna Tanuku, executive director of the Wadhwani Centre for Entrepreneurship Development at Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, discusses the role of research in Indian entrepreneurship and why he’s excited about inculcating the idea of a collaborative entrepreneur

“Entrepreneurs spend an enormous amount of time chasing wrong clients”

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Sreenivasan Ramakrishnan, founder of one of India’s pioneering analytics firms, Marketics, talks about establishing a process for enterprise sales, a sound delivery model and, a topic he’s extremely passionate about, working with people

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