The panel discusses that early investors look for zeal, an original idea and a risk-taking attitude in entrepreneurs and they need to work on these areas in order to get the funding.
Kris Gopalakrishnan talks about how the IT Sector has created 5 million jobs and become a global industry, and how it is still focused on profitability and sustainability.
The Panel discusses the role of India's Gen E in creating and sustaining new growth with unicorns booming and startups multiplying currently.
Dr. K Radhakrishnan talks about how the Space Sector in India is rapidly growing and how there are multiple opportunities for everyone willing to be a part of it.
A panel of young achievers shares their journey of entrepreneurship, about pursuing their interests and handling fame in a balanced manner.
The panel discusses ways of how budding entrepreneurs can seamlessly navigate through the labour law compliances in order to scale up their businesses.
The panel discusses digital business models that are feasible for an Ed-Tech start-up, the right way of raising funds for its operations and how Ed-Techs are a boon, especially for students in rural areas.
The panel discusses how current leaders need to review their organization, and find transformational and radical ways to lead effectively in the new normal.
The panel discusses how startups need to go beyond technology and find the right partnerships, talent, and identify the right organizational structure and processes in order to scale up.
Dr Pawan Goenka shares his perspectives and forecasts for the different sectors of India, which has already become a leading producer in the global supply chain for almost everything.
The panel discusses how India’s unicorn breeders must ensure that the ecosystem produces more unicorns and digital transformation should also gets its deserved avenue.
Dr. Pawan Munjal shares how Hero MotoCorp is committed to grow the economy and making the planet greener, safer and sustainable.