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TC Debate: Are we ‘born’ entrepreneurs?

Thursday, March 6, 2014 | More »

You got your hazel eyes from your father and the fair skin tone from your mother, but from where did you get that passion, risk taking ability, and never-say-die attitude that is a prerequisite to be an entrepreneur? Did you learn these from your education/social institutions or was it always presen...


TC Debate: Can India beat Silicon Valley in the next few years?

Till a few years ago, talented young people from India went to the US or Europe to take up plum jobs at MNCs, after graduating from premier institutes such as IIMs and IITs. However, this trend has changed drastically. Now, Indian graduates are no more seeking jobs abroad. They are more enthusiastic...

28 February, 2014 | More »


TC Debate: Is there a huge Series A crunch in India?

Our new section TC Debate is going in full swing and we have already discussed two hot topics: Are Indian investors too stringent when it comes to investing in startups? And which e-com model leads to profitability first? In this edition, we are discussing another important topic: Is there a huge Se...

22 November, 2013 | More »


TC Debate: Which e-com format— marketplace or inventory-led—will lead to profitability first?

We are back with the second edition of our new section TC Debate, and this time we have picked the most sought after sector of Indian internet industry- ecommerce. The tussle for supremacy between marketplace and inventory-led business model has been going on for a long time now, and while some expe...

11 November, 2013 | More »


TC Debate: Are Indian investors too stringent when it comes to investing in early stage startups?

Like you already know, we are innovative chaps (yes we are, period!), and keep trying to come up with new sections to entice as well engage our readers. We recently started with a ‘startup advice’ series that focuses on successful entrepreneurs / investors giving important ‘gyaan’ on startin...

11 October, 2013 | More »