With billions of dollars of venture capital pouring into Indian startups, tech entrepreneurship in the country has really come of age in recent years.
However, despite being the third largest ecosystem for startups in the world, around 80 to 90 percent of businesses in the country fail within the first five years of their creation. For each, , either there are hundreds of dreams that did not finish taking off.
While Your history joy the successes, we also applaud the trajectory of all entrepreneurs because every entrepreneurship is full of challenges. And what better way to learn than from the stories of those who made it to the top?
Bearing this in mind, Your history has selected a list of podcasts that every entrepreneur should follow to understand the rules of the game.
To know the five books that every entrepreneur should read, click here.
With your history Entrepreneurship 101 series, we’ve got you covered on all things startups. Click here to see the complete series.
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Before you go, stay inspired with…
Take risks and recognize the fact that risks can go in any direction. A risk, however, will always be a learning experience.
— Shruti Kashyap, CIO, Hindustan Unilever and IT Director – South Asia
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