Serial entrepreneur Chandu Nair shares key lessons learnt via his entrepreneurial journey.
When one starts off as an entrepreneur, almost nothing is known. Despite knowing this—that what helps in success is unknown—and that the mortality rate of new ventures is frighteningly high, a lot of us still become entrepreneurs. Perhaps, this is true only of entrepreneurship than any other initiative one takes in life. And no, it’s not on account of any death wish; it’s the thrill, the joy of initiating, leading, guiding and participating in a journey into the unknown and figuring out a whole lot of stuff that you never knew before, of business, markets, people but, most of all, about yourself. Read More