Of Pranav Mistry, American Accent and How to Sell Your Indian Product to Indians

Of Pranav Mistry, American Accent and How to Sell Your Indian Product to Indians

Do NOT be seen like them. For Indians, India is not aspirational. Foreign (identity) is.

What Startups Owe to Investors? A LOT.

What Startups Owe to Investors? A LOT.

Understand that and respect that. Importantly, note that Investor is NOT rejecting YOU. They are rejecting YOUR business plan, based on the pitch/discussion.

bigMobility Trend in India

The bigMobility Trend in India: Stats and Insights You Need to Know

India missed the PC revolution, but is on top of the mobile web revolution. There are signs everywhere. Right from Facebook India stats to the fact that India is among the topmost market for Opera Mobile store to Google planning to launch offline stores in India

Will They Say Yes..Or NO?

What VCs and Angels Owe to Startups

The practical truth is that founders often tend to NOT hedge their bets when it comes to raising money and given the stretched management bandwidth, most of the early stage startups talk to less than 2 serious angels at the same time.

Irony : This Popular Site (According to Comscore) Just Doesn't Exist

Irony : This Popular Site (According to Comscore) Just Doesn’t Exist

The detailed report (from Comscore) talks about the growth of different categories of consumption and interestingly, mentions how few leading Indian news sites are attracting substantial share of visitors from abroad.

Jobs : The Movie that didn’t about the man who Inspired [Review]

Jobs : The Movie that didn’t about the man who Inspired [Review]

The movie – supposedly a biopic – falls somewhere between a documentary film … and a biopic. And a very limited, uninspiring documentary at that.

DO WHAT YOU SAY

The Only Metric That Matters In Your Team : DOSAY

Typically, companies tend to create a complex performance metrics that eventually serves one purpose – justify your decision. The decision that is shared at the D-day, i.e. appraisal cycle (could be of salary cut, promotion etc) and is hardly based on quantitative data (bell curve, anyone?).