The Indian Startup Ecosystem — Something isn’t right
Nish Rao
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Not all points are agreeable... Plus its very easy to write an article and much more difficult to actually run a startup... Copied or new idea... Running a startup and even tweaking its model for local indian needs requires a lot of efforts, thinking and patience...

Lets talk about innovation and truly disruptive ideas… if you look closely… even the best engineering Institutes are not offering proper resources for research… been through this so it comes from a personal experience… and this forces an innovator to think about ways to make money first to support and survive his startup and his family.

Moreover any economy first needs to build its strength… which in india’s case is capital… this is just the first wave… let the base becomes stronger then see how innovation will also flourish…

We don’t have a google from india and china has a baidu because chinese government doesn’t allow those American companies to run in china.. This gave a lot of space and opportunity for chinese to build their baidu and alibaba…

Please for god sake… Run a startup for atleast a year before writing a blog like this…

It will give you a much better personal experience and do try and innovate…

Make some personal sacrifices then you will know

Regards

Saurabh Vij

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