The government needs to step back and move behind (not ‘between’) the scene. And Enable it all.
Like a sutradhar. Like a boss!
Started by Kiran who earlier cofounded social media platform Adepto (which got acquired by Kuliza), Parallelo is trying to solve a few use-cases : poor bandwidth at client’s end (a few Parallelo customers include the ones who are selling in Africa) and importantly, deck analytics.
Given that investing is ‘also’ driven by perception, VCs wouldn’t like to touch a startup which has been rejected by its existing investor.
With Facebook turning into a photo-book, Twitter still has a chance to plan out a new direction for itself – maybe @SavedYouAClick provides the right model. That is, focus on effective engagement/conversation more than driving CTR$ to publishers
Big names and fluffy content drives the events in NCR -this inhibits the serious ones to participate in such forums (think of it as a GIGO intent model).
Startups are about iterations – some work and some don’t. And many a times, they don’t.
So what happens to those entrepreneurs? What happens to those lessons?
For sure, techies who were planning to move to NCR now know that Zomato is hiring – which is why this cheesy campaign works! Hats off to Zomato to pull off a good, viral one!!
You fought and fought with all your efforts. You dared to challenge the big guns. You dared to think BIG
Yes, there has been a general talk around celebrating startup failures, but most of it has been a lip-service. We strongly believe that the community first needs to talk about startup failures and accept it as part-and-parcel of the game.
Right from bootstrapping (the poor kids didn’t have money to buy skates, so they make one out of scrap material) to DIY learning (learns from the coach while serving tea), the movie is well crafted and connects with those who dream a dream.