This cycle of build-sell has to be an iterative one early on. If you do any of these in isolation, you are doing it wrong.
Look around and you will notice that some of the most awesome products that you treasure are the ones who have delivered consistently. And more so, consistency in the world of ‘alpha/beta/MVP’ release cycle is super amazing!!
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!
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….
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…
And remember, when the dust settles, when you’ve either shut shop, or made your pile of cash in an exit, or gotten done with that world tour, or whatever – as you start to grow old and look back at your memories, it’s the relationship and the companionship that’ll still be around to share those memories with over a cup of coffee.
“Am I cut out to be an entrepreneur?” is a question many of us ask ourselves. It’s a good question. And one way of looking for the answer is to ask yourself another question – “Am I comfortable taking decisions? Lots of them?”
The recent tendency amongst both startups and accelerators to dismiss India as a market has been quite pronounced. redBus is a great example of finding problems to solve that are unique here, and putting your head down and getting down to solving them.
IndianStartupReport : What do Indian Entrepreneurs Expect from Startup Accelerators? Answers from 12,500+ Entrepreneurs!
The truth is that Indian startups are zooming past ahead of the accelerators and investors and are raising funds from Silicon Valley counterparts. Accelerators need to match up and we believe that this study will provide them the much needed peek into the mind of a technology entrepreneur.
Paul Basil, founder of social enterprise incubator Villgro (previously called Rural Innovations Network or RIN), is a giant in the world of social entrepreneurship. Trained to be a mechanical engineer, Basil had his first taste of the hinterland when he went to the Indian Institute of Forest Management (IIFM)