Startup 101 PM Series – Tips on the steps to become a Product Manager

 Harsha Kumar outlines the steps to become a Product Manager. A Product Manager is a key figure for the company. It is to ensure that the company is creating products according to the needs and the desire of the people. He/She is responsible for the execution of the product’s road map and long-term success. …

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Startup 101 Investor Series – Investment to be returned if Startup fails

 Often founders face with the dilemma of whether investment to be returned if the startup fails. Angel Investors are individuals who provide funding to start-ups at their infancy. Further, they encourage entrepreneurs and invest in their idea for equity in return. Despite knowing the probability of failure, angels invest in ideas they believe in. …

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Startup 101 Legal Series – Business setup without registering a Company

 Often young entrepreneurs go through conflict whether it is wise to start a business without registering a company. There are too many legal technicalities and compliance costs to wrap around our heads. Apart from that, we are unsure of how far start-up would scale. Is business without registering a company more comfortable? Will it …

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Startup 101 Cutlure Series – Importance of How to build Startup Culture

 Culture eats Strategy for breakfast. It is very important to build a startup culture for the organizational success. Ravi Narayan tells us that the best way to build a startup culture is with three building blocks namely Conviction, Motivation and Communication. Culture of any company goes way beyond team lunches. In fact, a mixed …

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Startup 101 Legal Series – What is CAP table and the importance of it

 The Capitalisation (CAP) table refers to an organized list of all stakeholders and their respective stakes in the company. This sheet clearly lists all founders, investors, directors, and employees who own shares and voting rights. Likewise, it gives a transparent picture of who owns how much by including share prices. Cap table also breaks …

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