Micromax is sort of sandwiched between the biggies and the smaller/unknown Chinese companies.
Author - Ashish Sinha
Ashish Sinha is founder of Pluggd.in, now known as NextBigWhat. He can be reached at: ashish (at) nextbigwhat.com.
‘Man, that would put us in a very powerful position,’” the former NASSCOM executive told me. The software lobby quietly changed its tune.
This UnPluggd, we took a challenge to bring a lot of actionable insights and inspiring talks to the audience - no celebrity founders, no 'big/catchy' names
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This barber shop surely knows more about customer engagement than well, a lot of other funded startups!
A leader is supposed to be the *Chief Meaning Officer*.
Great products aren't about products. It's about predictability and the associated service levels associated with it.
Being a hunter is easy. You hunt for your prey, kill and eat them.
We Heart Startups.
A crazy monkey has gotten loose and I fear that he may have found his way to you?!
It's no more about path breaking ideas, big thinking or moonshots. It's all about funding.
Great Founders And Leaders Are..Unfuckwithable
How can Nasscom talk about differential pricing and net neutrality in one sentence? Why can't they take a *FOR-INNOVATION* side?