Funding Your Startup and Other Nightmares By Dhruv Nath, Susanto Mitra
Are you finding it difficult to fund your start-up? Especially in a post-COVID-19 environment where money is tight? Then the book, Funding Your Startup and Other Nightmares is for you. It tells the stories of early-stage start-ups and how they successfully raised finance. It tells the stories of early-stage start-ups and how they successfully raised finance. Even better, it walks you through stories of failures—startups that we’re unable to raise money, and why. After all, failures may teach you just as much as accomplishments.
The authors also interviewed some of the most successful business founders. In particular, those founders include Deep Kalra of MakeMyTrip, Yashish Dahiya of PolicyBazaar, Dinesh Agarwal of IndiaMART, and Sairee Chahal of SHEROES. Their experiences all fit into a valuable ‘PERSISTENT‘ framework, which aids in making a startup investment-ready.
Funding Your Startup and Other Nightmares is a must-read for anyone interested in starting their own business. Also, the book can be valuable in learning about what makes a business successful enough to attract funding. The book is written in a really intriguing style, describing various startups, those that succeeded and those that did not, and why.
A must-read book for all business entrepreneurs and those who want to understand why startups fail when the grass is only green. This book contains very refreshing writing and true-to-heart conversations shared in this book.
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