Its been a post about Demo Days andÂ how they are a disaster. But Put together an Image to roughly show the process of Building a Startup in India. Bottomline: Its a slower, steadier climb. Which explains why you dont get Investors rushing to invest in you either. But if we do another chart, matching startup building cost vs Time, India would win hands down. The balance is somewhere between the two benefits.
In Either Case, What do you think?
You can replace the term TechCrunch of Initiation, with Whatever gives visibility and Early Adopters.
If you are interested in the conversation about Demo Days though, the article is here.
With a background in software engineering and interests in technology and business, he carries with himself the passion to help drive companies that are entering the technological domain here in India and around the world.
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