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?
Entrepreneurs go through rejections on a daily basis – right from investors to customers to employees. Handling rejections is not easy.
This was the beginning of Delhivery, a last mile logistics company which now employs over 3,200 people and handles over a lakh packages a day.
Hareesh Tibrewala and Sanjay Mehta started their startup journey in 1998. 16 years later, their second venture, Social Wavelength got acquired by JWT.
‘When you are the smartest guy (or girl) in the room, just leave the room” [an interesting PoV by a fellow entrepreneur]
Most of the app developers are NOT leaving the room. They are enjoying the
As the master blaster turns 41 on Thursday, we are reminded of a saga of true sportsmanship, humility and innumerable number of records in the world of cricket.
Design your startup flight plan while taking the cues of brutal turbulence which may help to avoid rough weathers or alter it.
In their march towards this goal, they’ve crossed many a grey line. Scratch that. They’ve gone outright bad pretty often.
And yes, we think startups should learn from some of this.
Mobile Entrepreneurs/App Developers : Apply for bigMobilityConf #PitchStop [Application Form is Live]
At the conference, 10 startups/app developers will get a chance to launch/demo their product in front of mobile/telecom sector’s early adopter community – from entrepreneurs to geeks to investors.
We put together a quick list of some of the sharpest serial entrepreneurs of our times. Take a look!