Starting a new business venture is a challenge. You as an Entrepreneur are always in shortage of time, money, resources. I am witnessing the most common business problems faced by new ventures while working with 3 new ventures. One of the ventures is a Digital...read more
Let me make a confession. Despite running a company for 7+ years, handling a marketing team is one part where I have always lacked. Call it bad luck or my trust issues which for some reason work the opposite of the literal meaning of "trust issues". The guys who have...read more
The arrival of startups: A few years back, Outsourcing made the world took notice of Indian companies. Foreigners respected us for our “techie” brains. We were no more from the land of snake charmers and farmers. The wave changed the landscape of some of the sleeping...read more
Years after running a conventional business, we finally decide to get “innovative”. After trying a series of ideas for a small business, we have finally zeroed in on an innovative startup small business idea. I can now proudly gloat at the top of my voice “I am soon...read more
Lessons At Startup is a blog started by me (Jasmeet), a Startup enthusiast who has over the years failed N number of startups (the value of N stands to infinity) and succeeded few.
I started the blog with the sole aim of sharing my experience while running my own business. Through the blog I have been able to provide consultation to small and medium businesses, thereby helping them avoid the mistakes I did/do while running my own business.
To keep the show running and pay my bills, I also provide startups and small businesses with consulting. The help, advice, guide for startups and small business on the blog, is free (on the house), consultation is paid 🙂
One of my close friends convinced me to start my first venture. I was so intrigued by what is Entrepreneurship that I left a decent paying cushiony job as a programmer to test the waters of Entrepreneurship. Trust me. All the fuss about Entrepreneurs makes starting...
The recent failure of PepperTap is a wake-up call for the Startup community in India. The question on everyone’s mind is “what went wrong with Pepper Tap?”. They had the best of talent (IIM-Ahmedabad) as co-founders. They were funded by some of the best-known...
You have a million dollar in your bank account. The type of money any startup business would die to have. The million dollar question is "Is this money the only prerequisite to starting your business?". I am sent a lot of A2A on quora (my Quora profile) where I am...