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Basics of Entrepreneurship | Startup Saturday Delhi

Sat, 3 Feb 3:00PM - 6:00PM
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If you've ever played sports or done any sort of training, you know how important it is to master the fundamentals. You might have even had a coach or teacher who emphasized the "fun" in "fundamentals" to encourage you to enjoy the preparation and practice needed to succeed.

The same goes for business. But there is so much information these days that it's sometimes hard to focus on the few simple basics you need to make your startup a success.

Some entrepreneurs fall victim to what we call "chasing the new." They're looking for a new angle or magic bullet that will solve all their issues. But in the end, there is no magic bullet. There are just proven principles you need to practice and master to get your business up and growing--and keep it successful.

The theme for February 2017 edition of Startup Saturday is Basics of Starting up a Startup which will cover topics on Legal Compliance, Business Registration, Intellectual Property Rights/Patenting as well as drawing up a Business Plan.

Venue: Rukmini Devi Institute of Advanced Studies, Pitampura

Date: 03/02/2018

Time: 3 to 6 PM

Speaker 1: Gaurav, Founder and Managing Partner, 5ideas Startup Superfuel.

Gaurav is an entrepreneurial growth leader who has led new technology & traditional businesses across countries & industries. He led sales, strategy, investments & market entries across Asia as well as led over 19 transactions in inorganic growth space. Prior to the digital ecosystem, he led businesses for Fortune 100 companies like GE (Sales Director, GE Transportation West Asia) & Manpower Inc ( Regional Director for Asia) managing large regional sales teams & P&Ls across the AP region. 

Speaker 2: Mr. Madhavan Srivatsan, Ex Partner at Desai & Diwanji.

Madhavan Srivatsan is an independent corporate counsel in Delhi NCR. He is specializing in M&A, Joint Ventures, Private Equity, Commercial Contracts and General Corporate Advisory

Speaker 3: Dhruv Dua, Chartered Accountant at Dhruv Dua & Co.

Dhruv is Practicing Chartered Accountant with diversified experience handling Audit, Tax & Regulatory matters impacting domestic and foreign corporates, firms and individuals. 

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Rukmini Devi Institute of Advanced Studies RDIAS 2A & 2B, Phase-1, Madhuban Chowk, Outer Ring Road, Rohini New Delhi, Delhi 110085 India
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Hii, My name is Bhushan. I attended your today's Start-up Saturday session at AWS Delhi, It was superb, very informative, you guys are doing a gr8 job. Keep doing the gr8 work, all d best Today's session was about legalities start-up should follow. All Your volunteers were very helpful except Mr. Ajay Gupta After a session, I spoke to one of your volunteer Mr. Ajay Gupta. I needed some help with my startup. I have an innovative business idea and business model. For which I have copyrights and patents ( international). I asked Mr. Ajay Gupta for help. Before disclosing business idea I asked him to go for an NDA. He denied doing so. But kept emphasizing on disclosing my business Idea. I told him that today's session was abt start-up legalities which taught us the importance of an NDA and how can I disclose my business idea to someone I am meeting for the first time. He said,” listen it is you who need it, I don’t need it. It is your requirement, not mine.So disclose the idea. I showed my inability to disclose the idea without an NDA. Still, he kept on emphasizing on disclosing business idea. It is his right to not sign NDA. But he should not have said that "You need it and I don’t.". What was that? That was a very insensitive statement. Even after my denial to disclose without NDA he kept emphasizing on disclosing, this is very unfair and untrustworthy. I was very disappointed We just had finished the session on legalities where the importance of an NDA was discussed and after 10 to 15 min of a session, the headstart volunteer himself was emphasizing me to disclose the idea without NDA. As a start-up, if I approach a well-reputed organization like headstart, I expect it to be more sensitive towards start-ups and trustworthy. I have conveyed my resentment and disappointment to Mr.Ashish. I do not have any Axe to grind against Mr. Ajay Gupta. It was the 1st time I interacted with him. And I am really really very very disappointed. This type of behavior was not expected. I have spent two and half years in a research and development. I have wandered all over India from Kashmir to Kanyakumari; met lots of people talked to them and that's how I got my innovation. I interacted with as many a people as I could across India but this was the first time I encountered such a weird situation. I humbly request you, people, to be more sensitive and respectful towards startups. It's not because they are a start-up and they need you, Its because we all are the part of the same ecosystem. If they were not a start-up they probably wouldn't have come to you. Kindly, refrain from such words and behavior. Apart from this incident, everything was superb. - by Bhushan for Financial & Legal Compliance | Startup Saturday Delhi organized by Headstart Delhi .

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