Indian Entrepreneurs & The Happy Confused Stage

The happy confused phase comes after the entrepreneur has discovered his customer and found a product market fit. Ideally, a startup would now be ready for the growth execution phase. But in India, the happy confused phase takes over.

Weekly Summary: Startups Help Rebuild Uttarakhand; Must Have Apps for Entrepreneurs & More

Last week was big. We covered tonnes of startups and news. If you missed out on a few, here is a list of all the pieces you shouldn’t miss.

Forum Roundup: Hangout With Canaan Partners; Entrepreneurship is Like Poker & More

The NextBigWhat forum witnesses great discussions among entrepreneurs and the geek community. Here’s a quick list of interesting topics from this week.

TheSunnyMag: Greatest VC Blogs for Entrepreneurs; Inside Story of Moto X & More

Welcome to a new edition of TheSunnyMag. This week’s curated list of beautiful reads from around the web contains a brilliant piece from the New Yorker on the Google Glass, the inside story of Moto X & much more. Happy reading!

TheSunnyMag: The Prisoners of Punjab; Entrepreneurs Handbook & Killing Ask Patents

Welcome to another edition of TheSunnyMag. This week’s curated list of beautiful reads from around the web contains stories about the Ask patent, Using Metadata to Find Paul Revere, the Prisoners of Punjab on Facebook and more. Have a good read….

DNA of India’s Tech Entrepreneurs: Grey Hairs, Blue Chip Degree Holders and Returnee Founders

What are Indian entrepreneurs like? Do they have shiny degrees to show off? Are there a lot of grey hairs? Are they risk averse? Early stage venture firm Canaan Partners has brought out some data which gives us interesting insights…