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Friday, September 29, 2006
The spirit of dynamism and enterprise combined with daringness and thinking big makes stories like this very interesting to read. I particularly like this line –“if you want to be big, you have to dream big. You can run a small company and be happy. An entrepreneur doesn't have to always own a big company”. Recently I was speaking to someone wanting to start something new – he echoed similar views. The Indian ethos is changing for sure. As I wrote recently, while the ecosystem inside India is also tough where job market dynamics at senior levels are less active compared to what we see in the western markets. The talent levels inside India continue to be very high – all it requires is a vibrant ecosystem - but not many recognize the issue here - talking india's growth for granted may be the biggest mistake - the country can't afford it. With all this , without doubt one hears in India- waves and waves of ideas for entrepreneurial moves in the tech arena – the spark, the ecosystem and the combination. The Indian market shows propensity ot consume a lot many things. Entrepreneurs can spot many business opportunities therein as well. End of the day, its ideas, innovation, scale & speed of execution that matters more.
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