S1 E5: Arun Prasad D of Flinto Box

Flinto looks like a typical IT company by looks but that is where the similarity stops. Flinto’s one of its kind Kids Learning R&D Lab is where all their concepts and product ideas are tested by the finest – the young kids themselves. What Flinto is doing is fascinating. Flintobox may spawn a whole generation of creative kids and enterprises

S1 E4: Vaitheeswaran of India Plaza

The India Plaza story reads like the George Lucas innovation factory having spawned India Plaza, Fabmart and Fabmall, India’s first online and offline grocery businesses. The Offline Grocery business eventually became More which came a full circle after being acquired by Amazon. Vaitheeswaran has started up again, with “Again”Drinks with his previous co-founder – Sundeep. He describes “Again” as a WTF Drink – A Wholesome, Tasty and Filling Drink that’s the world’s first drink to have no added sugar and no preservatives as well as a fantastic shelf life.

S1 E3: Manish Sugandhi of GrabOnRent

Brotherhood to Founders, 85+ Investor Rejections, Renting camping gear and beyond. GrabOnRent CEO and Co-Founder Manish Sugandhi talks about his startup journey. From conducting a Tech Fair to founding a UI/UX startup Perdix to eventually starting GrabOnRent with some of his founders from Perdix, Manish discusses it all. Minted from the Flipkart mafia, Manish also discusses how we was able to leverage that network to make GrabOnRent work.

S1 E2: Nithin Kamath of Zerodha

Bootstrapping, Scaling Zerodha, Working with Family and Being Honest with Capital – turning down capital – Nithin Kamath of Zerodha Shares it all on this very first episode of Maharajas of Scale. Zerodha today has millions of users from its humble beginnings over a decade ago.

Episode 1: Krishna Jonnakadla of Vouch

For long, almost everyone has said that it was hard to build big businesses and companies out of India serving the Indian consumer. The Indian market was too complex or the Indian consumer was not a spendthrift and the number of Indian consumers was low. Our Roger Bannisters and bees did not care or know. They went on to build and scale big.