A passionate excerpt from the "How I braved Anu Aunty and made a million-dollar company" brought out wonderful nostalgia.
I just read an amazing book called "Start-up Nation" that talks about how Israel grew its economy 50 times in the past 60 years by a combination of government, army, entrepreneurism and culture.
Today is my last day at Infibeam.
A common question from non-techies is "Is ecommerce for real? Do people really buy online?" So I argue how the future is digital and dug up some statistics.
I've heard the "Why can't I hire good people for my startup?" question *so* often, almost on a daily basis these days... is there a solution?
I had the privilege of visiting the Total Kannada Store in Jayanagar today. What is amazing is that it is an entire store dedicated to only Kannada entertainment - whether it is movie CDs, CDs of plays, CDs of comedy series, magazines, books, classic literature and even T-shirts! The truth is that my diction and … Continue reading The Total Kannada Store
I will be speaking in a panel at the HeadStart Conference, Hyderabad today regarding what is the funding that was granted by the Govt. of India to my ex-startup, and how you can apply. I converted the content I had prepared into for-web-only slides for your perusal:
I've been pondering over the myriad of startups and ideas that have been in the fore recently (in my twitter stream). I have a new theory that has been developing in my mind for quite a while: A founder has to do only two things right: invention and marketing. For the rest, he can attract/find … Continue reading A founder has to do only two things right
A question to all wannabes, startuppers and entrepreneurs: Does taste drive ambition or ambition drive taste for you? In other words, Do you have a passion for Ferrari and hence want to become rich, or do you want to become rich and then perhaps buy something like a Ferrari?  On a related note, a … Continue reading Taste and Ambition
Update: As of 22 June, 2011, I'm no longer with Infibeam. Thanking the community First and foremost, thanks to all who encouraged me, and offered support and help when I wrote about leaving my own company. Many people, without any personal benefit in mind, connected me to very interesting opportunities. And this is exactly how … Continue reading Joining InfiBeam