Start up India, the event that gave a lot of guidance to budding entrepreneurs and threw light on how India is on the verge of becoming supreme power.
One World News got an exclusive opportunity to talk to some flourishing as well as established entrepreneurs. They shared their experience and their view on the start up initiative.
Amit Jain, Country head and C.E.O of Uber
” Ecosystem and start ups have a message for established and traditional business that they have to accept change and adapt to it. Everybody has to destruct themselves to stay in the today’s economy”,says Amit Jain, Country head and C.E.O of Uber.
“It is better to create something and to be criticised then not do anything and not being criticised.”
Miten Mehta, Leadership Team, 63 moons
Three most harmful addictions for an entrepreneur are coffee, procastination and monthly salary”, says Miten Mehta, Leadership Team, 63 moons.
“I think it is very important for an entrepreneur to invest in their core team and in the people of his/her company to get maximum output because eventually they are they one, who becomes reason of a successful business”, says Nakul Khanna, Co-Founder at Instago
Nakul Khanna, Co-Founder at Instago
“Being a woman entrepreneur in India is a difficult task because of the taboo attached to women that they need to look after the household work and secondly, I think funding is a big issue. Now with the start up initiative , I think things will change”, says Neha Wadhwa, Senior Manager at Engineers India Limited.
“I think the beauty of start ups are that we can work across the genres and can try our hand in everything because there are no defined rules”, says Pradip Bhandari, Budding entrepreneur.
“These kind of events will definitely help young talents to live their dream and I think this first of its mind event, where lot of people have got such a wonderful exposure”, says Mansi Paul, Ast Professor Department of Entrepreneurs, Amity.
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