How India can create 100 unicorns by 2025
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the world economy, people are losing their jobs while many others are suffering pay cuts. Markets are down, funding is on the low, and both individuals and companies are going through a period of uncertainty and anxiety. Which brings us to a very important talk point of today – money.
We decided to get to the bottom of all your queries and doubts around money, and launched a new series Money Matters with Shradha Sharma, where we get experts, entrepreneurs, and investors to break it down for us.
In our first episode, Kunal Shah, Founder and CEO of , explained the ethos of money, and why skills are the greater currency. Then, three finance gurus – Gaurav Dua of ShareKhan, Satheesh Krishnamurthy of Axis Bank India, and Rohan Arinaya of – decoded investments, savings. Then, Kashyap Chanchani of The RainMaker Group shed light on fund-raising for startups, and Nitin Singh of Avendus Wealth Management explained how we can grow our wealth during and post coronavirus.
Today, in the fifth episode,Founder and CEO Shradha Sharma will be joined by Mohandas Pai, Chairman of Aarin Capital and Manipal Global Education, and Siddarth Pai, Founding Partner of 3one4 Capital, to discuss how India can create 100 unicorns to propel the growth of the country's economy in order to realise our dream of achieving a $5 trillion economy.
Join us at 3 pm live (today) using this link. And don't forget to keep your questions ready!
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Quote of the day:
"India's fight against the coronavirus is people-driven in the truest sense of the term. Along with people, government and administration are fighting it as well... This is the only way we can win over the virus."
– Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India