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What it Takes to Start & Scale a Startup in Trying Times
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While India has been one of the most promising places for startups and entrepreneurs, the past year has been one marked with many challenges, forcing many to make strategic moves and business pivots. The ecosystem which once easily allowed for entrepreneurs to build products, raise funds and launch products to customers has just gotten more difficult. The industry has now reached a stage which demands startups to have a stronger product market fit and a clearer growth roadmap. Even VCs and investors have become more stringent with funding ideas and entrepreneurs. So, how do entrepreneurs crack this new market dynamic? How to build lean business models that are sustainable? And, how to create an impact and raise funds in this tough market? Join us in our session, ‘RevUp Delhi - What it Takes to Start & Scale a Startup in Trying Times’ to learn from serial entrepreneurs, veteran investors and business leaders on how to build, raise and be successful in the most difficult of times.
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"Having a great idea for a product is important, but having a great idea for product distribution is even more important." Siddharth believes distribution can make or break a company. Learn from his experiences on how Razorpay disrupted a mature market with a product-first approach and scaled its business.
Sustainability is one most important factors to be considered for startups today and maintaining a lean team creates the foundation for this. Learn first hand insights on what is takes to drive a lean startup.
Rajesh was at the cusp of early Internet culture in India in the early 2000, building Indiatimes.com. Post which he has been a serial entrepreneur and made more than 50 angel investments. Having seen the peaks and troughs of the Indian startup ecosystem, Rajesh will share his perspective from the investor standpoint.
Casual catchup over drinks.