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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

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

How Rana Kapoor built Yes bank

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The founder, MD and CEO of YES Bank shares the 10 things he did right to get YES Bank to where it is today

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

How Sula got it right

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A market leader in the Indian wine industry, Sula Vineyards’ rise to the top has been impressive. And behind the brand’s success is its founder and CEO, Rajeev Samant, who has been instrumental in setting a vision for his company. Sula was the first to establish a winery at Nasik and today, the region has up to 35 wineries. Even as Samant strives to enhance the taste of his indigenous wines, he is thinking ahead in terms of wine tourism and setting up wine bars. It is this lateral thinking that has ensured his brand has captured the attention of India

The story of a serial entrepreneur

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The drive to go through the hardship of starting up multiple times is one key reason why Krishnan Ganesh, founder and CEO of TutorVista, is a four-time entrepreneur. He shares with us experiences from his entrepreneurial journey