Quotes by Indian Entrepreneurs

Quotes by Indian Entrepreneurs

If you are looking for some inspiration to start your business, then look no further. These quotes detail Indian entrepreneurs’ stories of success, struggles, challenges and failures and how they made it.

As a company, you have to look at growth both vertically and horizontally.

- Rajesh Prasad, Innoviti

There is a rich heritage behind khadi, and it also contributes to the livelihoods of many.

- Siddharth Mohan Nair, DesiTude

Reputation is an ongoing process.

- Tamanna Mishra

Companies with paperless technology platforms are well-positioned to leverage the latest trends in consumer technology.

- Ben Elliott, Experian

Most people fall in the trap of solving problems all the time and not thinking enough about how to not have them at first place.

- Vasan Subramanian, Accel Partners

Consumers are juggling today with less time available for cooking, lack of healthy options, tasteless frozen foods — the joy of cooking is dying.

- Prayank Swaroop, Accel Partners

You constantly think about what next and build things that work. You must learn constantly.

- Amar Chokhawala, Reflektion

Collecting customer satisfaction score is an easy and cost-effective method to gauge consumer sentiments.

- JD Pawar, Wheelstreet

You need to have a good education. It serves as a fallback if things don’t work out. It opens up many doors and people take you more seriously.

- Ujval Nanavati

A lot of companies focus only on the new customers coming in and forget about their existing customer base.

- Prabhakar Reddy, Accel Partners

Art is both universal and personal at the same time.

- Giridhar Khasnis, Gallery Manora

We need bias free organisations with diverse and inclusive cultures to create happier workplaces.

- Viji Hari, KelpHR

The way to construct online learning content is to sequence learning much the same way as a TV soap.

- Abhijit Bhaduri, ‘The Digital Tsunami’

SMEs are vital for the economic growth and competitiveness of the country. But absence of digitised data has forced them to face a lot of challenges.

- Atul Banga

A composting revolution – no food waste to landfill – should become the mantra.

- Pink Chandran, Solid Waste Management Roundtable

We have till date created less than $35 billion market cap for all tech startups combined in India. In the next decade, this number can become $500 billion.

- Rahul Chowdhri, Stellaris Venture Partners

India’s service-centric and fragmented healthcare industry is plagued with a reactive care, curative mindset.

- Hari Thalapalli, CallHealth

The government should support startups that create solutions right from soil analysis to produce marketing. Such startups must look at farming in a holistic way.

- Sathya Raghu V. Mokkapati, Kheyti

Every third Indian still lacks access to amenities such as nutrition, education, healthcare, electricity, and safe drinking water.

-Raj Janagam, Surge Impact

Use of wetland for agriculture and fisheries would change the face of rural Bihar.

- Mangala Rai, ICAR

The biggest real estate available in the city was on rooftops.

- Sriram Aravamudan, My Sunny Balcony

The story of fintech in India will not be the story of David vs Goliath. It will be the story of Goliath vs Goliath. And the smarter Goliath will win.

- Pranay Bhardwaj, SlicePay

Scale is always a barrier to entry. Who can compete with an Ola or an Uber?

- Raja Lahiri, Grant Thornton

The barrier to enter consumer internet businesses doesn’t exist anymore.

- Rahul Chari, PhonePe

If you don’t bring different marketing channels together, competitors will take advantage of your silo approach.

- Deepak Kanakaraju, Razorpay

It is ultimately the market that proves everyone right or wrong.

- Sartaj Anand, egomonk

Consumers are increasingly looking for such quirky merchandise.

- Arvind Singhal, Technopak

It is not services that will make you money, it is software with Machine Learning and AI that makes money.

- Vishal Sikka, ex-Infosys

Co-working spaces are better than business centres.

- Shiv prasad Singh, RICSSBE

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