With my 15+ years of entrepreneurial experience, I can help you to launch your startup from scratch
A journey from entrepreneurship to startup consulting
Being a startup business you will pass through various stages e.g. Ideation, Conception, Product Development, Brand management, & Market Launch. I am here to solve your problems at each stages with best of the knowledge I earned after experiencing success and failures, my skills in IT industry.
For any process, I built my own hypothesis, theories & strategies based on Traditions & Innovations. It’s an adaptation of traditional Indian methods of starting a new business with innovations in modern era. It help startup to work around only 2 metrics:
I come from a family doing business for more than 100+ years in India & abroad. With me you may not get a Harvard like strategy but you will get sincere advice based upon generation old traditional Indian strategies, ancestral values mixed with modern theories of doing a business.
A journey of consistent customer experience
It all started after I completed my studies & got a chance to work with Asia’s 2nd largest engineering unit in India. I spent about a year in engineering, foundry & forging division to learn how process work and later on moved to export benefit cell based on my education background, that is graduation in commerce stream & diplomas in International Trade & Marketing.
My first exposure with computers in 90’s when I met a senior IT strategist of India’s leading company CMC Ltd. He was my first mentor who transformed my thought process & guided me about role of information technology in modernization of industries.
Later the vision guided by him helped me to become a co founder of a IT company in late 90’s that developed probably the first call billing software for AT & T, A telecom company in America. My total association with company was 16 years that helped to learn everything about IT technologies.
If you ask how I see a startup business, my principles are built around to only 3 categories:
And finally if you ask me how I measure business success, I use only 2 metrics: