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[Srijan Wednesday Webinars] Why Most Indian Startups Fail

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In this webinar, our speaker Prashant talked about current trends in the technology startup ecosystem in India, industry focus and creating newer market opportunities. …

In this webinar, our speaker Prashant talked about current trends in the technology startup ecosystem in India, industry focus and creating newer market opportunities.

He also discussed how the market, social-fabric and ideas influence the Indian startup ecosystem.


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  • 1. Indian Startups How the Market, Social-fabric and Ideas influence the Indian Startup Ecosystem Prashant Sharma Principal, Microsoft Ventures
  • 2. Recent History
  • 3. • 90s:Liberalization, Improved Economy, FDI, Growth in GDP/PPP, India started appearing on the world-map • 2000s:Internet penetration, advances in Technology sector, global access, emergence of Technology hubs, advancement in global funds, Startups happened ! • 2010-14 • Technology Proliferation • Democratization of IT • Open Source, Resources • Demographic Changes
  • 4. Changing Social-fabric
  • 5. • Social Evolution • Global Influences • Corporate, PPP and Public Sector • Institutional and Academic Impressions • Global Funds
  • 6. Current Trends
  • 7. • Start Early • Fail Fast • Local Problems, Local Solutions • One size doesn’t fit all • Polarize your customers • Scout globally
  • 8. Global Influences
  • 9. • Global Success Stories • Silicon Valley • Startup Accelerators • Corporate Incubators • Angels, Venture Capital and Private Equity
  • 10. Do I need to be cash-rich to start my venture? How much Is enough? What if I bootstrap? Only engineering ideas/Startups succeed? What about social entrepreneurship?
  • 11. ?
  • 12. Prashant Sharma Principal, Microsoft Ventures Thank You!