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Latest Articles in BW Disrupt 40Under40

Avoid The Success/Failure Loop

Focus shouldn’t be on it, instead it should be on solving a real problem in the best possible manner using all that’s available as resources, and most importantly, ensuring you are having fun solving the problem

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Teams Build Value, Not Individuals

Find the right partners. Trust among team members and 100 per cent focus on execution are critical to build value

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Hard To Grow If There Is A Churn

Think long term, and build an idea in a sustainable manner. Execution of the idea remains key — the idea may not be unique in itself, but whoever does it best, whoever signs up for the long haul is the one who stays

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Be The Best, Be Different

Insane ambitions are a common ingredient of all the might in the world! One should have freedom from the controlled mindset, freedom from thoughts of self-doubt, fear should be controlled and checked

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Why Execution Is Key To Startups

ny startup is built based on 98 per cent executional success and 2 per cent idea. It is also important to have the right set of talent in your team who believe in your vision

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Business Is Equal To Profits

Business is equal to profits, and until the time business attains profitability, it’s as good as burning money in fire. So work hard and don’t chase venture capitalist funds. Create value, generate profits and money will follow

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Choose Wisdom Over Money

Start a business where you think you have an edge over others. But running a business is like being in a sport, you need to have an edge to win. And you also need to maintain that edge by constantly honing it

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Brains, Bravery And Hardwork

In an interview with BW Businessworld,Nishith Rastogi, Founder & CEO, Locus, shares tips for budding entrepreneurs

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India’s Financial Market Is Growing

There are three primary reasons why startups fail: mismatch between customer need and proposition; entrepreneurs mistaking great ideas to be big milestones; and lack of funds for projects. My advice to those starting out is to keep these factors in mind and take quick actions whenever necessary

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Don’t Spread Yourself Too Thin

Love the problem you are solving. And lastly, always remember that investment is just a means to an end and not an end in itself

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Eliminate All Mundane Tasks

Eliminate all mundane and irrelevant tasks. And most importantly, always keep your ears open. Any company that gets disconnected from market realities hastens its journey towards becoming obsolete

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Don’t Do It Just To Make It Big

The government tendering process is still more or less closed for startups. They need to put some serious thought around their procurement norms

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Founders Are Like Train Engines

Your job in the first six to nine months is to quickly and effectively find if you have an opportunity to execute upon. Stay focused on it

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Do What You Love & Give It Your All

There is little bandwidth to do much else, if you want to do it really well

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Double Check Your Risk Appetite

Startup is a difficult journey full of doubts and uncertainties. Double check your risk appetite and your reason for starting up. Try something, learn, course correct, then try

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