So you have decided to become an entrepreneur and step out of the rat race. The daily grind of a 9 to 5 job now seems like a distant dream, and your regular workday comprises of straight 14 hours of hard work. Your weekend plans consist of attending various start-up events trying to connect with like-minded people, network, and understand the complex ecosystem of start-ups.
A thirst for growth, technological innovations, and homogenised tech language has catalysed Indian start-ups eyeing a share of the global pie. Zomato, Practo, Freshdesk Inc, Flutura and others are some of the companies that have ventured to foreign lands and tasted significant success.
However, despite all the hard work and networking at the right places, you seem to be stuck!
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