If three is a crowd, we have four. The panel discussion on go to market strategy from experts – Vivek Agarwal of English Edge, Vijay Shekar Sharma of One97.com, Mohit Bhatnagar of Sequoia Capital and Rita Soni of Nasscom Foundation – will enlighten the entrepreneurs on how to take your product to market and build around it. Entrepreneurs who have made it big, an investor, and a social enterprise head will present their experiences and provide useful tips on how your product can succeed in the market. The panel will be moderated by Shradha Sharma, Founder, YourStory.Vijay Shekhar Sharma is the Founder and Managing Director of One97 Communications (P) Limited. His vision of utilizing MVAS for a booming telecom industry comes from his experience at River Run. It is Vijay’s complete hands-on approach and a strong visionary leadership that steers the business from one successful milestone to the next… It is his passion and belief that nothing is impossible and that a dream can be delivered, that has made One 97 a market leader and trendsetter in the Telecom VAS industry.
After successfully starting and scaling a national brand like eGurucool, which established itself as India’s foremost eLearning brands,serial entrepreneur Vivek Agarwal is the Go to Market expert. His latest entrepreneurial venture EnglishEdge, in a very short period of time has established a strong presence in the Indian e Learning market once again.
Mohit is currently a Managing Director with Sequoia Capital India and serves on the board of Ujjivan Microfinance, Prizm Payments, Comviva, Ideacts, IMI Mobile & Nazara. Prior to joining Sequoia Capital, Mohit served as the Senior Vice President at Bharti Airtel where he helped scale the business from a few states operation into a leading national wireless carrier.
At the NASSCOM Foundation, Rita is responsible for strengthening the efforts of the IT Industry towards inclusive growth, build strategic relationships and establish effective linkages between industry, non-profits & government to contribute to the cause of social development.
The entrepreneurs who assemble there will get enlightenment from the panel on their own experiences and also can ask questions. The Open House that follows the panel discussion will be a fertile ground for wisdom of the crowd. You can brainstorm, talk to the panelists, discuss a point of view or even get advice. If preachings are only that happen, then there would be no takeaways. But if there is a discussion specifically related to an entrepreneurial problem, the takeaways are valuable. With this mind, we have deviced the Round Tables to inspire, enlighten, and drive the budding entrepreneur. While the big Micromax story will be an inspiration, panel discussion will be enlightening and your own clarifications will drive you higher.
Ready to go? Please join us tomorrow at IIT-Delhi for the Regional Round Table.
—Venkatesh Krishnamoorthy, chief evangelist, YourStory