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When I decided to start my own business I never knew that I was going to be made an overnight hero. When I quit my cushy corporate job, most of my colleagues congratulated me on doing ‘something’ different and ‘challenging’ and were sort of proud of me doing so. My friends also thought on similar lines. It flattered me, but left me amused as well.
A year down the line, this journey of starting up has thrown up a few questions (and yes, I am still hunting for the answers).
What is the big brouhaha around being an entrepreneur or starting up? Why is it considered a major milestone in somebody’s life?
Let me start by asking this question – what differentiates a platform from a product? A product is typically targeted at consumers and the only metric to..Read More