Episode 26: Challenges in scaling a women’s health start-up : Deep Bajaj of PeeBuddy

Challenges in scaling a women’s health startup: Toilet – A Love story – but of […]

Nischal Shetty of WazirX

Episode 25: Nischal Shetty of WazirX: How we used a simple formula called ETC to scale two startups to millions of users

An inventive young entrepreneur breaking the conventional myths of start-ups with his zealous attitude. On […]

Episode 22: Anindita of YogaBars – Delivering Healthy Breakfast at Scale to millions

Anindita is a pragmatic entrepreneur. She loves to trek and travel and it was during […]

Episode 21: Prasanna Krishnamoorthy of Upekkha: SaaS : Startup Success as a Service

Is one exit of $17 Billion (Flipkart) good or 300 exits of $50 Million good? […]

Episode 20: Sonal Verma of Glow Road – From Accidental Entrepreneurship to Scaling Twice in different domains

Dr Sonal Verma(@SonalVerma) from Glow Road shares her journey. A Medical Doctor by profession, Dr […]

Varun Sheth Ketto Talks to Maharajas of scale

Episode 19: Varun Sheth of Ketto – The Boy Who Harnessed The Internet to solve people’s problems

Varun Sheth is the co-founder and CEO of Ketto(@ketto). As a young lad with a […]

Varun Sheth had a normal childhood. Growing up in Mumbai, he spent his younger years as any boy about town would. When he grew up, he worked in investment banking, the hallowed career option for many. Yet, he felt a hollowness. He saw the internet and e-commerce grow in India exponentially and decided that this would apply to crowd funding as well. Although the start was shaky and it took several years to find product market fit, the team that also had Kunal Kapoor of Bollywood fame as a co-founder eventually scaled in helping people who could not fund their medical treatments thru crowd funding. Now the team is poised for another phase of growth. Check out this episode!

Episode 18: Jimit Bagadiya of Social Pilot – Making the scary switch from IT services to Product and Scaling from Ahmedabad

There are dreamers, there are doers and then there are dreamers who are doers. Jimit […]

Episode 17: Meghna Agarwal of Indiqube – Starting from a small town in Rajasthan to scaling Indiqube

Meghna Agarwal graduated as a Company Secretary and a CFA around the same time 9/11 happened. It was not a great time for jobs or starting up. Yet, coming from a business family, she dug into her entrepreneurial instincts and teamed up with her soon-to-be husband Rishi. Together, they started a company in recruitment that has eventually led them to start up Indiqube, one of India’s well known emerging scale stories in the Managed Workspaces or Coworking sector. It is a witty look at a lady who is driven by passion and has a rare clarity in what she wants to do to and accomplish. Does clarity beget success or success beget clarity? If that sounds like a rhetorical question, it is intended to be. Clarity of thought & strategy and a vision to scale and build something together with her partner in life and business – Rishi has taken Indiqube and Meghna to business success. Listen to this!

Ep. 16: Mahesh Murthy of Seedfund – From Copywriting to leading Channel V, India’s Best seed Fund and the Space Race

Mahesh Murthy is a name that most entrepreneurs who started up in India between 2000 and 2012 know. Mahesh went from being a copywriter in Silicon Valley who helped Jeff Bezos with the “Everything Store” campaign to leading Channel V and founding Seed Fund, one of India’s best-known seed funds that funded storied names such as Red Bus, Chumbak, Carwale, Voonik etc. Both his Seed Funds won the best fund award, a rare feat. Having funded some of India’s storied startups and seen good exits, Mahesh is now trying his hand at Space, a new and exciting frontier. In this episode, he shares his wisdom on what makes ventures work, the strategies that entrepreneurs need to employ and what the space race is all about. He knows a thing or two about scaling startups and should we add that the episode is full of rare insights and pointers on how to make your venture tick, succeed and scale. A must listen!

Abhishek talks about Cricheroes

Episode 15: Abhishek Desai of Cricheroes – Unlikely Cricket Success Story, Creative mind, Failed attempts, Scored Digitally at scale

A creative techie, a fount of ideas goes from IT services to Social Tech Product success. Abhishek Desai filled the gap for cricketers and came up with CricHeroes to keep tabs on their neighbourhood and local league matches. It also became a platform to showcase the talent of young aspirants. He started with “Gully” cricket and Digital Scoring. Cricheroes now has a user base of more than 4 million cricketers in over 50 countries. It is an unlikely success story coming out of Ahmedabad, Gujarat. His journey is one of passion and perseverance. This is his story.