Founders must have Complementary Skills, Vaibhav Jain -Young Disruptor from 3Deometry (Informal Talk)
Being a young entrepreneur, it is very difficult to move forward with an idea to a startup. It takes enormous amount of time, persistent, execution to build it. But most importantly — experience, due to lack of experience it is difficult to build a team, work consistently, take responsibility and make decisions.
All this comes with the time when you move forward to build a startup and no matter what happens, just learn and evolve.
We know what it takes to create a startup, but we also understood it by listening to early risers and implementing it to our startup. So we bring you interview of the startup made by young disruptors and how they made it happened. We hope it will be useful for you.
Here is the interview of Vaibhav Jain, a Young Disruptor, Co-Founder of 3Deometry, a 3D printing startup from Pune. They have their product (3D Printer- Sarvhikaran V1) and also give 3D printing as a service as well.
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