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Inventor. Entrepreneur. Investor.

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Vinod Dham, who is acknowledged as ‘Father of the Intel Pentium’ and currently founding-managing director at Indo U.S. Venture Partners, has constantly reinvented himself to stay on top of the global technology industry

Where there’s traction, Money will follow

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Deepinder Goyal, founder and CEO, Zomato, shares a great working relationship with investor Sanjeev Bikhchandani of Info Edge for one simple reason: Bikhchandani is more entrepreneur, less investor. And the two of them understand the key fundamental of running a consumer Internet business, bring in the users first, the money will follow soon after

The outsourcing guru turns storyteller

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Raman Roy, chairman and MD, Quatrro Global Services, narrates 10 stories from his journey at the helm of India’s BPO industry

“Businesses don’t go anywhere, people do”

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Mindtree’s Subroto Bagchi urges entrepreneurs to think of their journey as a process of continuously creating infrastructure – physical, intellectual and emotional. He specifically emphasises on the importance of scaling up one’s team simply because businesses don’t go anywhere, people do

The art of bootstrapping (and growing)

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Zoho Corp’s Sridhar Vembu has built a US $150 million-a-year business with no debt and no external investors

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