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Decoding The Mantra For Next-Gen Entrepreneurial Success

Big achievements always become the talk of the town but entrepreneurs from all walks of life discuss what it takes to reach there

Sometimes it becomes difficult to build a skilling system to match the requirement. Shrikrishna Gupta, Managing Dorector of Lloyds Luxuries, said, "it was difficult but important at the same time to train the staff spread across 15 cities so that the customer get the same service and same experience every time.

"Team is the strength, said Kushang, co-founder and CEO, SupplyNote at at BW Disrupt 30 under 30 event here on Thursday.

Kushang explained how important is to build a right team. "For us, what really took us to be where we are…is the team,” he said, adding, “since we understood the importance of teammates, we have spent a lot of time identifying the right people.”

Highlighting the importance of understanding the needs of the customers, Aashay Mishra, CEO, PrepInsta said,“Our customers are engineering students. They have tight budget. We cannot offer them high cart product.”  

Mishra further added that they initially offered PDFs to engineering students to help them in upskilling. “It feels amazing to hear from your customer that they got their first job because of us,” he said.

Bhavik Chinai, Group CEO of BVC Ventures said instead to being the jack of all trades, an entrepreneur needs to be the master of one. “Master on first and go ahead,” said Ved Shukla, the chair of the discussion, echoing to what Chinai said.


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