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Maintaining Self and Mental Well-Being with Dr. Lisa Bélanger: How to manage joining a new firm at this time?
In this module, Dr. Lisa Bélanger gives some actionable tips to cope with the new normal - both in professional and personal lives. Key Takeaways: Tips to maintain positivity in this time. Coping up with isolation and virtual reality. Preparing for and humanizing remote workspaces.
01:40
May 7, 2021
Maintaining Self and Mental Well-Being with Dr. Lisa Bélanger: Actionable tips to enjoy remote working
In this module, Dr. Lisa Bélanger gives some actionable tips to cope with the new normal - both in professional and personal lives. Key Takeaways: Tips to maintain positivity in this time. Coping up with isolation and virtual reality. Preparing for and humanizing remote workspaces.
02:54
May 7, 2021
Maintaining Self and Mental Well-Being with Dr. Lisa Bélanger: Preparing for loss of jobs and financial hits
In this module, Dr. Lisa Bélanger gives some actionable tips to cope with the new normal - both in professional and personal lives. Key Takeaways: Tips to maintain positivity in this time. Coping up with isolation and virtual reality. Preparing for and humanizing remote workspaces.
02:07
May 7, 2021
Maintaining Self and Mental Well-Being with Dr. Lisa Bélanger: Reconnecting with family and loss of privacy
In this module, Dr. Lisa Bélanger gives some actionable tips to cope with the new normal - both in professional and personal lives. Key Takeaways: Tips to maintain positivity in this time. Coping up with isolation and virtual reality. Preparing for and humanizing remote workspaces.
01:35
May 7, 2021
Maintaining Self and Mental Well-Being with Dr. Lisa Bélanger: Coping up with staying away from family
In this module, Dr. Lisa Bélanger gives some actionable tips to cope with the new normal - both in professional and personal lives. Key Takeaways: Tips to maintain positivity in this time. Coping up with isolation and virtual reality. Preparing for and humanizing remote workspaces.
02:01
May 7, 2021
Maintaining Self and Mental Well-Being with Dr. Lisa Bélanger: How to maintain positivity during the pandemic?
In this module, Dr. Lisa Bélanger gives some actionable tips to cope with the new normal - both in professional and personal lives. Key Takeaways: Tips to maintain positivity in this time. Coping up with isolation and virtual reality. Preparing for and humanizing remote workspaces.
01:42
May 7, 2021
Managing Sales During Crises with Till Oberhummer and Randeep Raina: How can data be leveraged to increase sales?
With an extended period for close to nil sales, businesses need to re-strategize on how to get the operations up and running. In this module, top stalwarts from the sales domain discuss how they are planning to go ahead in the post-lock down economy. Key Takeaways: How to restrategize sales to restart operations? How to ensure superior client engagement virtually in a lockdown? What is the consumer buy behavior pattern during the pandemic? What are the various challenges in achieving KPIs? How should the salesforce be distributed?
04:58
May 7, 2021
Managing Sales During Crises with Till Oberhummer and Randeep Raina: Optimum way to distribute salesforce
With an extended period for close to nil sales, businesses need to re-strategize on how to get the operations up and running. In this module, top stalwarts from the sales domain discuss how they are planning to go ahead in the post-lock down economy. Key Takeaways: How to restrategize sales to restart operations? How to ensure superior client engagement virtually in a lockdown? What is the consumer buy behavior pattern during the pandemic? What are the various challenges in achieving KPIs? How should the salesforce be distributed?
04:04
May 7, 2021
Managing Sales During Crises with Till Oberhummer and Randeep Raina: Changes in Delivery Cycle due to covid
With an extended period for close to nil sales, businesses need to re-strategize on how to get the operations up and running. In this module, top stalwarts from the sales domain discuss how they are planning to go ahead in the post-lock down economy. Key Takeaways: How to restrategize sales to restart operations? How to ensure superior client engagement virtually in a lockdown? What is the consumer buy behavior pattern during the pandemic? What are the various challenges in achieving KPIs? How should the salesforce be distributed?
04:56
May 7, 2021
Managing Sales During Crises with Till Oberhummer and Randeep Raina: Challenges in achieving KPIs
With an extended period for close to nil sales, businesses need to re-strategize on how to get the operations up and running. In this module, top stalwarts from the sales domain discuss how they are planning to go ahead in the post-lock down economy. Key Takeaways: How to restrategize sales to restart operations? How to ensure superior client engagement virtually in a lockdown? What is the consumer buy behavior pattern during the pandemic? What are the various challenges in achieving KPIs? How should the salesforce be distributed?
04:39
May 7, 2021
Managing Sales During Crises with Till Oberhummer and Randeep Raina: Change in the Salesforce Management
With an extended period for close to nil sales, businesses need to re-strategize on how to get the operations up and running. In this module, top stalwarts from the sales domain discuss how they are planning to go ahead in the post-lock down economy. Key Takeaways: How to restrategize sales to restart operations? How to ensure superior client engagement virtually in a lockdown? What is the consumer buy behavior pattern during the pandemic? What are the various challenges in achieving KPIs? How should the salesforce be distributed?
03:53
May 7, 2021
Managing Sales During Crises with Till Oberhummer and Randeep Raina: Client Engagement by the Sales Team
With an extended period for close to nil sales, businesses need to re-strategize on how to get the operations up and running. In this module, top stalwarts from the sales domain discuss how they are planning to go ahead in the post-lock down economy. Key Takeaways: How to restrategize sales to restart operations? How to ensure superior client engagement virtually in a lockdown? What is the consumer buy behavior pattern during the pandemic? What are the various challenges in achieving KPIs? How should the salesforce be distributed?
05:31
May 7, 2021
Managing Sales During Crises with Till Oberhummer and Randeep Raina: Consumer buying behavior during COVID
With an extended period for close to nil sales, businesses need to re-strategize on how to get the operations up and running. In this module, top stalwarts from the sales domain discuss how they are planning to go ahead in the post-lock down economy. Key Takeaways: How to restrategize sales to restart operations? How to ensure superior client engagement virtually in a lockdown? What is the consumer buy behavior pattern during the pandemic? What are the various challenges in achieving KPIs? How should the salesforce be distributed?
05:24
May 7, 2021
Managing Sales During Crises with Till Oberhummer and Randeep Raina: Sales during Pandemic times
With an extended period for close to nil sales, businesses need to re-strategize on how to get the operations up and running. In this module, top stalwarts from the sales domain discuss how they are planning to go ahead in the post-lock down economy. Key Takeaways: How to restrategize sales to restart operations? How to ensure superior client engagement virtually in a lockdown? What is the consumer buy behavior pattern during the pandemic? What are the various challenges in achieving KPIs? How should the salesforce be distributed?
04:41
May 7, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Saurabh Jain: Importance of VC firms and Funding during Pandemic
This module talks about funding during pandemic time. Mr. Jain discusses how the pandemic has affected the mindset of investors and what their current thought process and funding needs are and what their plans are in the long term. Key Takeaways: There is a reduced appetite for risk currently. Optimism for the long-term economy is intact. Investors are considering proposals with long-term impact.
03:07
May 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Saurabh Jain: Importance of VC firms and Funding during Pandemic
This module talks about the risks of a VC firm. Mr. Jain explains all the perils associated with a VC firm and how a startup can ensure that they avoid these risks and also make sure that a VC does not become too dominant. Key Takeaways: Always a risk when any investor is involved. Important to select a VC with a proven record. Risk is involved because of high ROI expectations.
02:57
May 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Saurabh Jain: Importance of VC firms and Funding during Pandemic
This module talks about the alternatives to VC firms. Mr. Jain gives a detailed explanation of all the alternatives to VC firms and how these alternatives can be used at the different stages that a startup goes through.  Key Takeaways: At an early stage, startups can use their savings. Funds can be raised through crowdfunding and angel investors. Bank loans and private equity can also be alternatives.
01:43
May 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Saurabh Jain: Importance of VC firms and Funding during Pandemic
This module discusses the rounds of funding. Mr. Jain gives an overview of the various rounds of funding and how at each round the startup is at a different stage and the processes that it goes through at these stages.  Key Takeaways: Pre-Seed round: the only idea is developed. Seed round: Product ready to be launched. After the seed round, there Series A, B, C and D rounds.
02:32
May 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Saurabh Jain: Importance of VC firms and Funding during Pandemic
The module covers the topic of what a VC firm looks for in a startup team. Mr. Jain discusses the various attributes the startup team needs to have in order to be successful and also to attract a VC firm for an investment in their company. Key Takeaways: The team needs to be in control of their product. b. VCs expect members of a team to be dependable. c. After-sales service is an important factor.
02:10
May 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Saurabh Jain: Importance of VC firms and Funding during Pandemic
This module takes into consideration the financial indicators of a company. Mr. Jain discusses the various financial indicators that a VC firm might examine before they decide to invest in a startup, these financial indicators play a crucial role in the VC firm's decision. Key Takeaways: Revenue streams should show an upward trend. Unit Economics needs to be positive. VCs will consider the potential to generate profit.
01:60
May 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Saurabh Jain: Importance of VC firms and Funding during Pandemic
This module examines the expectations a VC firm has from startups. Mr. Jain explains all the qualities that a startup must possess and also develop for a VC firm to be interested in their organization.  Key takeaways: A startup needs a high-value idea. The market size of a product should not be limited. Having a competent team is crucial.
05:18
May 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Saurabh Jain: Importance of VC firms and Funding during Pandemic
This module covers the topic of VC firms and their importance. Mr. Jain explains in detail the value that VC firms bring to a startup and the various methods in which they can help a startup to grow and prosper. Key takeaways: VC firms will analyze if they can add value to a company. VC firms can introduce one to various investors. Clients can be generated through VC firms.
01:58
May 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Saurabh Jain: Importance of VC firms and Funding during Pandemic
This module discusses how the amount for fundraising can be assessed. Mr. Jain explains the various considerations and calculations that go into the evaluation of how much funds need to be generated. Key Takeaways: Calculate all expenses of the company. Fundraising depends on the stage a company is in. Have enough for 18 to 24 months.
03:05
May 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Saurabh Jain: Importance of VC firms and Funding during Pandemic
This module examines the best time if for fundraising. Mr. Jain explains in detail how to determine the best time for fundraising and how it would differ based on what stage the company is in.  Key Takeaways: Best time to raise money is when you don’t need it. More successful firms get higher funding. Important to have an exit strategy.
02:11
May 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Saurabh Jain: Importance of VC firms and Funding during Pandemic
In this course, Mr. Saurabh Jain, Vice President at Solis Ventures discusses the pertinent topic of fundraising. This compelling course contains details about fundraising, VC firms, various different sources of fundraising, important tips for startups, and also how the pandemic has affected fundraising.  Key Takeaways: Types of VC investors: Strategic and Pure.  Acceptable Equity % after Series A. 
01:33
May 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ravishankar Anand: Investment Thesis and How to develop a great team
This module is a continuation of the importance of adaptability of a company. Mr. Anand continues to list few more abilities that a company must possess to be adaptable and versatile in order to overcome obstacles. He talks in detail about the significance of cost containment, product innovation and how critical it is for companies to embrace automation. Key Takeaways: It is important to have the ability of cost containment in uncertain times. Product innovation is key in order to explore new markets and filling opportunity gaps. Creating differentiation for products helps in being more successful in the market.
05:14
May 4, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ravishankar Anand: Investment Thesis and How to develop a great team
This module talks about the importance of the adaptability of a company. Mr. Anand mentions how in today’s volatile world, it is not the toughest who survive but it is the most adaptable and flexible who survive. He mentions how it is significant that founders and their business plans are flexible so even in uncertain times they can adapt and prosper. Key Takeaways: The founders and business plan should be flexible to pivot the business. A company should have the ability to regulate its cash flow. In today’s time, a company should have the ability to go completely digital.
05:03
May 4, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ravishankar Anand: Investment Thesis and How to develop a great team
This module discusses the importance of team management and its composition. Mr. Anand analyzes in detail and breaks down the idea of team management into four components. He talks about the importance of team composition, the ability of the team to carry out various tasks, and how VCs judge startups based on their team’s skills and accomplishments.  Key Takeaways: The ability of a team to execute business decisions is very significant. It is critical for a team to have the potential to generate a great return on investments. The team composition is a very valued composition for VC’s
05:05
May 4, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ravishankar Anand: Investment Thesis and How to develop a great team
This module covers the topic of the key financial indicators of a startup. Mr. Anand talks about the four questions that investors generally ask before they invest in any startup and how these questions help them shape their decisions. He talks about the classical financial indicators which are: Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Capital Budgeting Analysis, Return on Investment (ROI), Financial Modeling, and Cash Flow Statements. Key Takeaways: The financial indicators play a key role in determining an investor's investment choice. Investors will two primary objectives: How much to invest? When to invest? Investors will also need a clear idea of how much they will get back and when.
02:03
May 4, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ravishankar Anand: Investment Thesis and How to develop a great team
This module focuses on the significance of the growth of startups. Mr. Anand talks about the growth trajectory that a VC expects from a startup and what its growth potential is. He breaks down this idea into three key dimensions of revenue, profitability, and unit economics and how all these work in tandem to help a startup grow.  Key Takeaways: Realistic revenues are projected through coherent assumptions. VCs will prefer products or services with high-profit margins. The ability to articulate unit economics is very important.
02:50
May 4, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ravishankar Anand: Investment Thesis and How to develop a great team
This module covers the idea of revenue and traction of a company. Mr. Anand explains in detail how three components are essential in determining the role of revenue and the traction generated for a company to prosper. He talks about calculating current revenue, how to increase revenue, and the importance of future revenue projection. Key Takeaways: It is key to determine the current revenue of a company. To have higher revenue and traction, it is important to have returning customers. Projection of future revenue can help in planning a long-term trajectory.
01:51
May 4, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ravishankar Anand: Investment Thesis and How to develop a great team
This module talks about differentiated technology and the competitive landscape for a product or service. Mr. Anand goes into detail about the need for a uniqueness for every product and service and how important it is for this uniqueness to be protected via copyrights. He further gives a rundown of entry barriers into a sector and how success can be gauged through those barriers. Key Takeaways: A product or service must be unique and set apart in the market. A unique product or service must always be copyrighted and protected. The higher the entry barrier in a sector, the more chances of being successful.
01:56
May 4, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ravishankar Anand: Investment Thesis and How to develop a great team
This module discusses what makes a great team for a startup. Mr. Anand breaks down what makes a great team into six important components and describes in detail why these components are needed to develop a great team. He shares his personal experiences and industry knowledge to give an idea of what a great team is composed of. Key Takeaways: The team must be passionate about their product and service. It is critical that a startup team has technical expertise in their domain. Members of the team must have a vast depth of experience.
03:39
May 4, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ravishankar Anand: Investment Thesis and How to develop a great team
This module sheds light on how a great idea is very crucial for a startup. Mr. Anand breaks this topic of a great idea into three important components and gives a perfect breakdown of how a great idea can be developed. He mentions how a great idea needs to be nurtured and executed in order for a startup to succeed.  Key Takeaways: A great idea should have an element of innovation. To have a big impact a great idea should target a larger market. Scalability is a crucial component of a great idea.
02:35
May 4, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ravishankar Anand: Investment Thesis and How to develop a great team
This module discusses the types of engagement done by VC firms. Mr. Anand analyzes the two different types of engagement which are hands-on and hands-off and gives a distinction about both. He talks about why and how each of these engagements is chosen by VC firms. Key Takeaways: Two types of engagements: Hands-on and Hands off. The type of engagement depends on the size of the investment. The domain expertise of the VC also determines their type of engagement.
01:04
May 4, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ravishankar Anand: Investment Thesis and How to develop a great team
This module discusses the exit options provided by VC firms. Mr. Anand explores the various exit strategies that a VC firm can offer and how each strategy has a different duration. He mentions the importance of knowing the preferred exit option of a VC firm before investing. Key Takeaways: A VC will stay invested with a startup based on their growth. An exit option is when the promoter buys back the equity. An investor with a bigger ticket can opt to buy out from the existing investor.
01:31
May 4, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ravishankar Anand: Investment Thesis and How to develop a great team
This module examines the stages of a VC firm. Mr. Anand discusses how there are four different stages into which VC firms can be classified and how these stages are further divided into series of funding. He gives further details about the size of funds in the various series of funding.  Key Takeaways: Stages of VC firm: Seed, Early, Growth, and Late. The stages are classified into series of funding such as Series A, B, and C.  The size of the fund differs according to the stage a VC firm is in.
01:54
May 4, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ravishankar Anand: Investment Thesis and How to develop a great team
This module discusses the types of funding that a VC firm might offer. Mr. Anand discusses the three different types of funding that are available and gives details about them. He talks about the funding scenario in the VC firms in India and which is the most common type of funding today. Key Takeaways: Types of funding offered by VC firms: Equity, Debt, and Convertible Note. Most VC firms offer equity funding. It is crucial to find out the types of funding available.
01:38
May 4, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ravishankar Anand: Investment Thesis and How to develop a great team
This module examines the importance of figuring out the sector preference of a VC firm. Mr. Anand explains why sector preference is an important component of the investment thesis of the VC firm. He further talks about what a sector agnostic firm and dwells into details through examples. Key Takeaways: The sector preference of a VC firm is the industry they are interested in investing. Sector preference of the VC firm is an important component of the investment thesis. If a preference is not specified, the firm is sector agnostic
01:50
May 4, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ravishankar Anand: Investment Thesis and How to develop a great team
This module covers the topic of the startup idea in correlation with the investment thesis. Mr. Anand discusses in this module how it is important for a startup’s idea to align with the investment thesis of a VC firm. He explains in detail what investment thesis means and the reasons why it is necessary for startups to consider it as a key component of their research. Key Takeaways: The startup must align with the investment thesis of the VC firm. The investment thesis of the VC firm can be researched through various methods. The investment thesis states the purpose of the VC firm and its vision.
02:21
May 4, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ravishankar Anand: Investment Thesis and How to develop a great team
In this course Mr. Ravishankar Anand, Venture Partner at ah! Ventures discuss the broad topic of fundraising by zeroing in on the specific topic of “Expectations of a VC firm”. In this engrossing course, Mr. Anand covers the topics of the startup idea, the growth of a startup, key financial indicators, team management, and the importance of adaptability of a company during the pandemic. Mr. Anand provides invaluable insight by simplifying each and breaking down every component into easily understandable concepts. Every topic is backed up by real-life examples to make them more relatable and approachable.
02:51
May 4, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ramakanth Alapati: Fundraising and Development of a Startup team
This module explores how difficult conversations with a startup team can be conducted. Mr. Alapati gives insight into how a founder can take the responsibility of having difficult conversations not only with the team but also the board members. Key Takeaways: A founder should be honest and straightforward with the team. Understanding the problem and solving it. Asking the team for inputs and suggestions.
02:47
April 22, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ramakanth Alapati: Fundraising and Development of a Startup team
This module discusses how an employer can decide which employee to let go of. Mr. Alapati explains the considerations that need to made by the employer before firing an employee, these include long-term and short-term goals and also the financial situation of the company. Key Takeaways: Identifying critical employees needed for the long-term. Employees who do not align with current goals can be let go. Higher-paid employees can be let go to save money.
03:42
April 22, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ramakanth Alapati: Fundraising and Development of a Startup team
This module explores how employees can be evaluated before they are hired. Mr. Alapati discusses how employee evaluation differs based on industry needs and gives a breakdown of the characteristics that employers would look for in a productive employee. Key Takeaways: Choosing employees depends on the industry's needs. Employees must be self-driven. Flexibility in the thought process is a key characteristic for employees.
01:49
April 22, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ramakanth Alapati: Fundraising and Development of a Startup team
This module discusses how a startup team can be kept motivated. Mr. Alapati explains how it is important for the startup founders to keep their team motivated and the attributes a founder must possess which can help in encouraging and driving the team. Key Takeaways: A founder must have a clear vision for the startup. The ability to communicate is a key aspect. It is important to engage with employees and give them a voice.
03:56
April 22, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ramakanth Alapati: Fundraising and Development of a Startup team
This module considers how to find the right co-founder and employees for a startup. Mr. Alapati gives insight into the characteristics and skills that a cofounder and employee must possess which can help a startup to develop and become successful.  Key Takeaways: A co-founder can be from an individual's personal or professional network. The co-founder must have skills that are complementary to the business. Find employees who are persistent and believe in the company.
02:01
April 22, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ramakanth Alapati: Fundraising and Development of a Startup team
This module discusses the attributes that VC firms look for in a startup team. Mr. Alapati gives a breakdown of how a startup can add and develop teams during the different stages of funding and how VCs would analyze these teams. Key Takeaways: During the initial stages, a team must have product developers. Series B should introduce a team that can service products. A CFO or marketing team can be added during Series C.
03:09
April 22, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ramakanth Alapati: Fundraising and Development of a Startup team
This module examines the best time to raise money for a startup. Mr. Alapati discusses how each startup has a different requirement for raising funds and thus how the best time to raise money is subjective and can vary based on the industry the start-up is in. Key Takeaways: Startups should not raise too much too early. Try to raise money 4-6 months before the next investment round. Evaluate resources and future goals to determine to fundraise time.
02:58
April 22, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ramakanth Alapati: Fundraising and Development of a Startup team
This module discusses the expectations of investors from startups after the pandemic. Mr. Alapati gives an insight into the difficulties faced by startups during the pandemic and ways in which they can ensure that they can continue to operate successfully and try to draw in investors in the future. Key Takeaways: Difficult to gauge consumer spending. Planning to generate revenue and assessing break-even point. Investors are looking for companies to plan and execute plans.
02:50
April 22, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ramakanth Alapati: Fundraising and Development of a Startup team
This module discusses how entrepreneurs can choose investors. Mr. Alapati gives tips and advice to entrepreneurs on how they can successfully select the investors that can help them unlock their potential and help them grow efficiently.  Key Takeaways: Choosing investors depends on industry or parallels. Entrepreneurs should look at investors with specific domain knowledge. Find investors that help a startup scale quickly.
03:14
April 22, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ramakanth Alapati: Fundraising and Development of a Startup team
This module explores the value additions brought by VC firms. Mr. Alapati discusses the benefits provided by VC’s other the capital, and how these benefits can prove to be more valuable and helpful for early-stage companies. Key Takeaways: Expertise provided that is lacked by early stage startup. VCs can help with the scalability of a startup. Operational and Financial expertise is provided by VCs.
01:52
April 22, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ramakanth Alapati: Fundraising and Development of a Startup team
This module discusses how a VC firm functions. Mr. Alapati gives details about the operations and structural make-up of VC firms and how this enables them to operate at great efficiency.  Key Takeaways: VC firms have a large amount of investor capital. There are various partners in a VC’s hierarchy. VCs get paid by management fees and ROI.
02:08
April 22, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ramakanth Alapati: Fundraising and Development of a Startup team
In this course, Mr. Ramakanth Alapti, Managing Director at Emerging Tech, discusses the topic of fundraising and the development of a startup team. This well-informed course is a great resource for new entrepreneurs and for startups that are in their initial stages. The topics in this course range from fundraising, to the effects of the pandemic on both the fundraising process and its effects on startup companies, it also features an in-depth analysis of how to build and maintain a startup team that can help the company to grow and prosper. Key Takeaways: Assessing a Startup Idea.  Growth Trajectory Expectations.
02:27
April 22, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Pranav Bhakta: Understanding the Business Model Canvas
This module examines the graphical business canvas model. Mr.Bhakta shares a graphical business model which can help viewers to easily conceptualize the model, he explains how innovations can be brought about through the usage of the business canvas model. Key takeaways: Designing a business model around a specific customer. Building personalized services for the customers can help. Human capital is a key resource in growing a business.
03:28
April 20, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Pranav Bhakta: Understanding the Business Model Canvas
This module contains an example business model canvas from Citizen M hotels. Mr. Bhakta discusses how the business model canvas helped Citizen M hotels and how they increased and developed their business and benefited from the canvas. Key Takeaways: Using the business model canvas successfully. Growing a business by using varied sales channels. Key resources can include management and acquisition teams.
07:22
April 20, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Pranav Bhakta: Understanding the Business Model Canvas
This module is the second part of the Business Model Canvas. Mr. Bhakta continues talking about the business model canvas and discusses the importance of the revenue structure, building key partnerships and resources, and how that will affect the cost structure of the company. Key Takeaways: The revenue structure determines what customers are willing to pay. Building key partnerships and resources are very crucial. Cost and revenue structures are the fundamentals of a business.
03:06
April 20, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Pranav Bhakta: Understanding the Business Model Canvas
This module is the first part of the Business Model Canvas. Mr. Bhakta introduces the business model canvas and explains what the value proposition is and how it affects the customer segment on the canvas. Key Takeaways: People miss out on the customer segment because their industry is multidimensional. Let your customers be your brand ambassadors.  Customer relationships can be converted to customer lifetime value.
05:18
April 20, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Pranav Bhakta: Understanding the Business Model Canvas
This module helps in understanding what a business model canvas is. Mr. Bhakta discusses the importance of a business model canvas and talks in detail about its components and how they can help a business to become organized. Key Takeaways: Condensing a business model on one page for easy interpretation. The aim of the business model canvas is to bring everyone on the same page. Every aspect of the business model canvas has many subcategories.
03:47
April 20, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Pranav Bhakta: Understanding the Business Model Canvas
In this course, Mr. Pranav Bhakta, Managing Partner at Bhakta Capital, gives an introduction to the business canvas model and talks in detail about how it can be utilized and its importance. Mr. Bhakta offers a comprehensive overview of the business canvas model from scratch and also provides a detailed example of a previous model for better understanding. This course is very beneficial for businesses to devise a very strong business plan and build a very strong foundation to develop and grow in the future. Key takeaways: How to distill a Business plan?  How to create a systematic new business with linear thinking? 
02:08
April 20, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
A changeable world requires alert enterprises. Key Takeaways: 1. Contingency funding. 2. Move with the times. 3. Tracking norms.
03:13
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
When pivoting, keep these pointers on your fingertips. Key Takeaways: 1. Leverage existing strength. 2. Incremental changes. 3. Catch signals in time.
01:33
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
Telltale signs of a business in need of a pivot. Key Takeaways: 1. Sales and funding issues. 2. Lack of confidence. 3. Writing on the wall.
01:04
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
Strategic and attitudinal changes required to bounce back from failed models. Key Takeaways: 1. Humble acceptance. 2. Market verdicts. 3. Pivot in time.
01:24
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
Go back to the drawing board if a business model doesn't satisfy these criteria. Key Takeaways: 1. Thinking of units. 2. Price points and need. 3. Confident answers.
02:08
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
Before taking a plunge into entrepreneurship, factor these in. Key Takeaways: 1. Youthly vigor. 2. Financial fallbacks. 3. Climate and market.
02:33
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
Clarity as regards demand and choice is vital for business success. Key Takeaways: 1. Who and why. 2. Change existing habits. 3. Compelling arguments.
02:24
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
A sound business model is to be based on the following lines of thought. Key Takeaways: 1. Creation or change. 2. Alleviate pain. 3. Articulate exciting ideas.
03:57
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
This module talks of changes in certain sectors and possible advantages for others. Key Takeaways: 1. Remote learning. 2. A safer life. 3. Well-positioned for growth.
02:50
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
How, in covid, some ideas can thrive and others need to survive. Key Takeaways: 1. Two kinds of startups. 2. Create offerings. 3. Maintain the bottom-line.
02:51
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
These traits, if found in a team, significantly increase the chances of being funded by VCs. Key Takeaways: 1. Median age. 2. Pedigree and credentials. 3. Affinity, articulation, and passion.
03:57
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
An idea is weighed by VCs on various scales before the receipt of funds. Key Takeaways: 1. Company valuation. 2. Differentiation in tech and strategy. 3. Outcompeting incumbents.
01:49
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
The potential investors to be targeted at each stage of funding. Key Takeaways: 1. Friends and family. 2. Syndicate of angels. 3. Buckets and due diligence.
02:20
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
A VC brings the following to the table, in addition to capital. Key Takeaways: 1) corporate connections 2) institutionalized knowledge 3) agreements and legalities
02:40
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
The functions and revenue sources of VC firms. Key Takeaways: 1. Investment for equity. 2. Dry powder. 3. Distribution of profits.
02:32
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
How much to give away when raising capital through equity financing. Key Takeaways: 1. Fifty-Twenty-Thirty. 2. Avoid disproportionate equity. 3. Work backwards to estimate.
01:43
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
This module covers a variety of factors considered in company valuation. Key Takeaways: 1. More an art, less a science. 2. Strength, pedigree, and natural progression. 3. Past exits, differentiators, and IP.
03:59
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
There is more than just capital one should look for when finding investors. Key Takeaways: 1. Smart and dumb money. 2. Value-added services. 3. Guidance, alignment, and patterns.
02:11
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
The following module discusses factors in deciding fundraising amount. Key Takeaways: Dilution one can take.  Valuation in the market.  Duration of fundraising.
01:35
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
Monetary leg-ups come to the ones ready for it. Key Takeaways: Being Expansion-Ready. Funding For Survival Vs. Growth. Pocs And Unit Economics.
01:14
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Devang Mehta: Venture Capital for Competitive Enterprises
In this course, Mr. Devang Mehta discusses the basics of venture capital, fundraising, business models, and pivoting. also covered is the VC perspective as regards valuation and assessment of startup ideas and teams. anyone with a receptive mind should be able to fully understand the content. on completion, the viewer can start applying the mentioned principles to their advantage. Key takeaways: From a venture partner when to raise money? Understanding the VC advantage differentiating an idea. The important considerations create a successful enterprise.
02:18
April 15, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Debneel Mukherjee: Choosing a business model and how to build a startup company
This module considers the tough decisions that a startup company must make. Mr. Mukherjee explores the various difficult decisions that may come during stages of a startup, which may range from industry issues, funding issues, and even problems related to downsizing. Key Takeaways: A founder must overcome fear and shame and be transparent. Communicating with the team to overcome problems. Important to keep a humane touch during tough decisions.
05:02
April 13, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Debneel Mukherjee: Choosing a business model and how to build a startup company
This module examines how can startup team can be motivated. Mr. Mukherjee gives tips and advice on how to inspire and encourage a startup team and why it is crucial for them to feel important and stay motivated. Key Takeaways: Make the team feel like a family. The team must believe that they belong in the company. Encouragement and communication can also motivate a team.
01:21
April 13, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Debneel Mukherjee: Choosing a business model and how to build a startup company
This module discusses the hiring process for a startup. Mr. Mukherjee explains the requirements for a suitable candidate that a startup must look into before hiring and how the management of employees after they hired also plays a key role in developing an employee. Key Takeaways: Hire someone who is qualified for the job. An employee’s ideology must match with the startup vision. Management after employment is critical.
02:38
April 13, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Debneel Mukherjee: Choosing a business model and how to build a startup company
This module examines how the right co-founder can be found for a startup. Mr. Mukherjee discusses how a founder needs to analyze their strengths, the company’s vision, and the skills needed for the development of the startup in order to find the right co-founder. Key Takeaways: Find a co-founder who has the skills needed for the company. The philosophy of the co-founder must match the founder. The co-founder must possess AQ (Adversity Quotient).
04:04
April 13, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Debneel Mukherjee: Choosing a business model and how to build a startup company
This module considers all the factors that are needed to make a pivot. Mr. Mukherjee gives an insight into the considerations that a company should make before they pivot their business, he explains all the deliberations to be made and their importance. Key Takeaways: A pivot should be made only if necessary. Important to have all the resources to make a pivot. A competent team is needed to complete a pivot.
04:17
April 13, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Debneel Mukherjee: Choosing a business model and how to build a startup company
This module explores how companies in an industry are growing. Mr. Mukherjee gives examples of various companies and how they have succeeded and failed through their business strategies and market disruptions. Key Takeaways: The ability to unlock a market is achieved through creativity. Some big companies have gone into value traps. Exponential sales growth has changed how businesses operate.
05:37
April 13, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Debneel Mukherjee: Choosing a business model and how to build a startup company
This model is about choosing a business model and how to develop it. Mr. Mukherjee mentions how a business model can be built and where one can draw inspiration from, he further states how a business model can be scaled and developed further. Key Takeaways: Choose a business model that resonates with you. Do not copy or try to emulate other models. Customer surveys do not help in developing a model.
02:39
April 13, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Debneel Mukherjee: Choosing a business model and how to build a startup company
In this course, Mr. Debneel Mukherjee, Founder & Managing Partner at Decacorn Capital, discusses the nuances of the business models and building a startup company in today’s day and age. This course covers topics ranging from business models to pivoting a business, building a start-up team, and eventually how to manage and successfully operate the company and team. Mr. Mukherjee gives valuable insight through his own experiences and provides numerous real-life examples pertaining to various big organizations and how they have developed and dealt with crises. This course is a great learning resource for entrepreneurs who are starting out and developing a startup of their own.
02:34
April 13, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ben Boissevain: Funding strategies and what are alternatives to VC
In this course, Mr. Ben Boissevain, Managing Partner at Ascento Capital covers topics ranging from fundraising to VC firms, startups, financial indicators, and much more. In this enlightening course, Mr. Boissevain gives vital and helpful information about the fundraising process and how to go about it. The course contains tips and advice for entrepreneurs about researching investors, selecting the right investors, and how to work in collaboration with them.  Key Takeaways: When to raise money. Amount of Fundraise. Dilution Percentage.
02:33
April 8, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ben Boissevain: Funding strategies and what are alternatives to VC
This module provides advice to entrepreneurs on fundraising. Mr. Boissevain lays out various tips on what entrepreneurs can do during the fundraising process to become successful and get a good deal.  Key Takeaways: Research about investment firm or partner. Understanding dynamics of funding. Keep an eye on legalities.
02:22
April 8, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ben Boissevain: Funding strategies and what are alternatives to VC
This module examines the alternatives to a VC investment. Mr. Boissevain gives details into the alternatives of a VC and how these alternatives can be used at the various stages of a startup. Key Takeaways: Some companies can generate profits without investment. Crowdfunding can be used as an alternative. Debt and bank financing are an option in later stages.
01:54
April 8, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ben Boissevain: Funding strategies and what are alternatives to VC
This module explores the risks involved with VC firms. Mr. Boissevain delves into the risks that a startup could come across and how these risks can affect the growth of the company and affect its team and customers. Key Takeaways: The goals and objectives of VC can be different. Important to keep an exit strategy. Growth could stagnate if VC backing is missing.
01:36
April 8, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ben Boissevain: Funding strategies and what are alternatives to VC
This module covers the idea of business milestones. Mr. Boissevain discusses the milestones that a startup can set for themselves and how these milestones can be based on different objectives and even their length can vary. VC’s firm will monitor all the activity of a startup. Milestones can be revenue or team-based. Projections should be aggressive in the long term.
02:02
April 8, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ben Boissevain: Funding strategies and what are alternatives to VC
This module examines what makes a startup backable. Mr. Boissevain gives an insight into the qualities that would be appealing to investors which would convince them into supporting a startup. Key Takeaways: Selecting a sought-after sector is important. VCs will assess the growth potential of a startup. Crucial to not be too conservative about the startup idea.
01:22
April 8, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ben Boissevain: Funding strategies and what are alternatives to VC
This module discusses the effect of the pandemic on businesses. Mr. Boissevain explores the survival techniques the organizations can use in the pandemic; he discusses how some sectors have been hit more significantly than others. Key Takeaways: Pivoting from current business easily is key. Evolving to match customer demand. Some industries find it more difficult.
01:60
April 8, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ben Boissevain: Funding strategies and what are alternatives to VC
This module covers the financial indicators that VC looks for. Mr. Boissevain gives details about the various financial indicators a VC would take into consideration when they judge startup and how these indicators might influence their decision to invest.  Key Takeaways: Financial indicators vary by sector. VCs look at milestones crossed by an organization. Selling to brand names is a positive.
01:49
April 8, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ben Boissevain: Funding strategies and what are alternatives to VC
This module covers the topic of startup ideas and teams. Mr. Boissevain discusses the importance of having a unique startup idea and taking motivation from companies in the same industry, he also mentions the value of having a strong and competent team. Key Takeaways: Assessing the industries and other startups. Taking motivation from successful companies.  Having a team in the same domain is helpful.
01:03
April 8, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ben Boissevain: Funding strategies and what are alternatives to VC
This module covers the various types of VC investors. Mr. Boissevain gives details about the types of VC investors an organization can look at and how they can go about selecting them for optimum results. Key Takeaways:  An investor can take a company through all stages. Better to go to an investor with fewer proposals. Corporate VC funds can be flexible investors.
02:39
April 8, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ben Boissevain: Funding strategies and what are alternatives to VC
This module discusses how a VC firm operates. Mr. Boissevain gives an insight into the functions of a VC firm and its operations and how they can be helpful for a startup.  Key Takeaways: VC firms raise their own capital. They discuss various proposals for investments. VC firms provide growth and distribution techniques.
02:02
April 8, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ben Boissevain: Funding strategies and what are alternatives to VC
This module is about assessing potential investors. Mr. Boissevain gives tips and advice about how to evaluate investors and why the evaluation is a necessary process during fundraising.  Key Takeaways: Researching on various platforms. Asking the investors themselves helps a lot. Important to informed about the industry in general.
02:59
April 8, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ben Boissevain: Funding strategies and what are alternatives to VC
This module covers the topic of VC firms. Mr. Boissevain gives an impression of what VC firms can bring to the table for a company and how they can help. Further discussions include the expectations of a VC firm are and why it is crucial to match them to a startup's vision. Key Takeaways: VC firms help significantly with connections and advice. Important to understand VC’s interest and motivation. VCs look for exceptional business models.
05:55
April 8, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ben Boissevain: Funding strategies and what are alternatives to VC
This module examines the types the funding strategies. Mr. Boissevain discusses the various funding strategies that are available for organizations and how these strategies can be implemented and developed, he also provides examples of types of funding used by esteemed companies. Key takeaways: Having investors from a specific industry is crucial. Generating revenue is the best form of funding. Customer financing can be an effective funding strategy.
03:13
April 8, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ben Boissevain: Funding strategies and what are alternatives to VC
This module gives an overview of the funding process. Mr. Boissevain explains the funding process in detail and gives examples of companies that have gone about their funding processes, while also giving advice about how to make the most of the funding process. Key Takeaways: The evolution of the company is reflected in the funding process. Two process rounds can run simultaneously for efficiency. The funding process takes 6-8 months.
04:23
April 8, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ayush Dadhich: Fundraising Process and what VC’s look for in a startup
In this course, Mr. Ayush Dadhich, Partner at Unanimity Capital, gives an overview of the funding process and all the nuances that go into fundraising. In this well-articulated course, Mr.Dadhich explores topics that will help entrepreneurs get a jumpstart on their fundraising process and also give them invaluable insight into what VC’s expect from them and how they evaluate startups. This course contains topics ranging from considerations during fundraising to the expectations of a VC firm, how startups are assessed, the financial indicators used for this assessment, and how acceptable equity percentages can be derived.  Key Takeaway: Amount to be Raised during Fundraising.
01:47
April 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ayush Dadhich: Fundraising Process and what VC’s look for in a startup
This module examines the acceptable equity percentages that can be offered to a startup. Mr. Dadhich distinguishes the acceptable equity percentages in pre and post-pandemic times and how it has changed and expectations of startups and investors. Key Takeaways: Series A ideal dilution range: 15% - 30% Investors pay a premium for the team and traction. Equity dilution has increased for Series A post-pandemic.
03:16
April 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ayush Dadhich: Fundraising Process and what VC’s look for in a startup
This module explores how a startup team is analyzed. Mr. Dadhich gives details about how a startup team is assessed and the factors that investors look at when evaluating the members of a team, which might involve educational background, experience, recommendation, and relevance. Key Takeaways: Endorsements and recommendations from connections. Relevant experience in the industry. Education background is an important aspect of the assessment.
04:09
April 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ayush Dadhich: Fundraising Process and what VC’s look for in a startup
This module examines the financial indicators that VCs look at when they consider funding a startup. Mr. Dadhich gives an insight into the financial indicators that are considered by VC’s in terms of profit, the number of customers, growth rate, cash flow, and many more. Key Takeaways: Profitability is very important to the investor. The number of customers and their lifetime value. Investors will gauge the unit economics of a startup.
04:28
April 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ayush Dadhich: Fundraising Process and what VC’s look for in a startup
This module covers the expected growth trajectory of a startup. Mr. Dadhich explains what investors look at when they are evaluating a startup's growth trajectory and the expectations that the investors have and how startups can fulfill them. Key Takeaways: Series A investors will look at 12-month growth history. The overall consistency of growth is critical. Investors must be able to foresee future growth.
03:29
April 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ayush Dadhich: Fundraising Process and what VC’s look for in a startup
This module examines what VC’s look for in a startup at the series A stage. Mr. Dadhich gives insight into the evaluations that VC’s make after the seed stage and how the assessments in the Series A rounds are more in-depth and critical for the funding process. Key Takeaways: Traction is an important assessment value. Investors place more importance on numbers and revenue. Market Size is a crucial area of the evaluation.
03:02
April 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ayush Dadhich: Fundraising Process and what VC’s look for in a startup
This module examines what VC’s look for in a startup at the seed stage. Mr. Dadhich gives insight into the evaluations that VC’s make while assessing startups and how crucial these assessments are in the investment and funding process. Key Takeaways: Investors will focus on and evaluate the team. VC’s will look at the available exit options.  Timing of the solution for the product is crucial.
04:37
April 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ayush Dadhich: Fundraising Process and what VC’s look for in a startup
This module explores the considerations needed to be made during fundraising. Mr. Dadhich discusses the factors that critical to consider during the fundraising process and why it is important to make sure these factors are successfully recognized.  Key Takeaways: Identify where funding is needed. Finding the cost of human capital required in making a product. Investors should be able to judge company appropriately.
05:40
April 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Ayush Dadhich: Fundraising Process and what VC’s look for in a startup
This module examines the fundraising process. Mr. Dadhich explains in detail the various stages of startups and how at each stage the fundraising would vary, he gives an overview of what goes on behind the scenes with the investor and how long it would take for the process to be completed. Key Takeaways: Identify business model before going for funding. Be ready with the minimum viable product in the seed stage. Identify the amount of funds before the institutional round.
04:24
April 6, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Avijit Banerjee: Successful Startups from Conception to Fundraising
The investor runs on incentives too. Key Takeaways: Return And Exit. High Risk, High Returns. Convincing Business Story.
03:54
April 1, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Avijit Banerjee: Successful Startups from Conception to Fundraising
Do not raise funds until the enterprise deserves some. Key Takeaways: No Funding At Concept Stage. Ease Of Acquiring Customers. Showing Revenue Run Rate.
03:06
April 1, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Avijit Banerjee: Successful Startups from Conception to Fundraising
The first two golden rules of fundraising explained. Key Takeaways: Delegate To The Experts. Identify The Problem Statement.  Skin In The Game.
05:08
April 1, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Avijit Banerjee: Successful Startups from Conception to Fundraising
Everyone deserves their due respect. Key Takeaways: Working As One Team.  Cons Of Lacklustre Attitude. The Patient And The Doctor.
03:54
April 1, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Avijit Banerjee: Successful Startups from Conception to Fundraising
Know these before looking for funds for an enterprise. Key Takeaways: Positive Signs. Risks and Challenges. Preparing for the Worst.
02:39
April 1, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Avijit Banerjee: Successful Startups from Conception to Fundraising
All about converting leads and assessing the workforce required for the job. Key Takeaways: Chasing Leads.  Pre-Sales.  Conversion Rate
03:22
April 1, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Avijit Banerjee: Successful Startups from Conception to Fundraising
Not Everyone Is A Potential Customer. Key takeaways: Churning out from the Available. Funnel and Inverse Funnel.  Reaching The Right Crowd.
02:41
April 1, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Avijit Banerjee: Successful Startups from Conception to Fundraising
The Right Amount Of Talent In The Right Place. Key Takeaways:  Too Much Manpower.  Lean Bottom. Top of the Pyramid
02:44
April 1, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Avijit Banerjee: Successful Startups from Conception to Fundraising
The ideal supply chain should work in this manner. Key Takeaways: Keeping It Lean. Customer & Vendor Onboarding. Optimizing Algorithms.
04:44
April 1, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Avijit Banerjee: Successful Startups from Conception to Fundraising.
The Competition is the Status Quo; Take Notes. Key Takeaways: Keen Watch On Competition. Mapping Services And Offerings. Looking For Gaps.
03:58
April 1, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Avijit Banerjee: Successful Startups from Conception to Fundraising
A Startup Experiencing these can scale-up. Key Takeaways: Test-Case. Continuous Model-Testing.  Efficiency and Ease
02:31
April 1, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Avijit Banerjee: Successful Startups from Conception to Fundraising
The first to the customer wins. Key Takeaways: Turnaround Time. Cost of Delays. Keeping Promises.
02:19
April 1, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Avijit Banerjee: Successful Startups from Conception to Fundraising
How Delivery Mechanisms should be and have been. Key Takeaways: Impeccable Delivery. Grocers In Covid. Expanding Scope.
05:09
April 1, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Avijit Banerjee: Successful Startups from Conception to Fundraising
Always know when you're not ready. Key Takeaways: Figuring Out A Business Model. The Devil'S Advocate. Revisit, Redesign, Rethink.
04:23
April 1, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Avijit Banerjee: Successful Startups from Conception to Fundraising
Learn how to set an idea apart from the competition. Key Takeaways: Questions To Be Asked. Limits Of Competitive Pricing. Needs Beyond Imagination.
02:58
April 1, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Avijit Banerjee: Successful Startups from Conception to Fundraising
One Excels Only In One's Area Of Expertise. Key Takeaways: Being Selective. Creating A Niche. Concentration Of Funds.
02:09
April 1, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Avijit Banerjee: Successful Startups from Conception to Fundraising
Passions are to be Doggedly Pursued. Key Takeaways: Finding A Passion. Domain Expertise. Four Things About Vision.
04:04
April 1, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Avijit Banerjee: Successful Startups from Conception to Fundraising
Mr. Avijeet Banerjee talks of all things startup. This webinar covers, inter alia, three broad topics: picking and developing an idea, getting traction, and procuring funds. Catered primarily towards beginners, the modules can also suggest fresh entrepreneurs where they would need to return to the drawing board. Key Takeaways: From Mr. Avijeet Banerjee on the first questions fleshing out an idea learning how to get traction advice on fundraising prioritizing customer satisfaction.
02:21
April 1, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Aparajit Bhandarkar: Legalities related to VCs and How a Startup can Avoid Failure
This module covers the factors behind a company’s valuation. Mr. Bhandarkar analyzes how a company's valuation can be determined and how each of the factors plays a role in developing a company’s foundation. Key Takeaways:  Type of business plays a role in valuation. Type of market size that the business has. Competition can affect the valuation of a company.
03:21
March 30, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Aparajit Bhandarkar: Legalities related to VCs and How a Startup can Avoid Failure
This module examines the legalities of taking up a VC. Mr. Bhandarkar goes into detail about the key clauses related to the legalities of a VC firm, he explains each of the clauses which makes it very easily understandable. Key Takeaways:  Teams are binding, agreements are not. VC firms are paid first during liquidation. Loses of dilution are incurred by the founders.
06:33
March 30, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Aparajit Bhandarkar: Legalities related to VCs and How a Startup can Avoid Failure
This module examines the risk of VC funding. Mr. Bhandarkar analyzes the risk associated with acquiring funds from VC firms and how one can go about mitigating these risks. Key Takeaways: Losing control of the company to VC firm.  Objectives of start-up and VC firm may differ.  Startups may take excessive risks.
04:22
March 30, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Aparajit Bhandarkar: Legalities related to VCs and How a Startup can Avoid Failure
This module covers the rounds of funding. Mr. Bhandarkar discusses the rounds of funding and the sources for each round and how each round coincides with a certain milestone for a start-up company. Key Takeaways: Companies have a working prototype by the angel stage.  Many start-ups do not go past the seed stage. Growth stage funds come in at Series A.
04:47
March 30, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Aparajit Bhandarkar: Legalities related to VCs and How a Startup can Avoid Failure
This module covers the factors that can make a startup backable. Mr. Bhandarkar explains in detail the qualities a startup must possess to be backable and the reasons why these qualities are important. He also discusses the reasons why a startup would fail and how those factors can be mitigated. Key Takeaways:  The quality of product and technology should be great.  The team of the startup must be competent. Demand for the product/service should be high.
05:12
March 30, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Aparajit Bhandarkar: Legalities related to VCs and How a Startup can Avoid Failure
In this course, Mr. Aparajit Bhandarkar, Partner at Varanium Capital Advisors discusses the topic of start-ups, funding, and VC’s. This course contains detailed information regarding startups and why they should be backed and how they can avoid failure. Further this course dwells into the rounds of funding, risks associated with VC funding, and also a deep analysis of all the legalities related to VC funding.
01:39
March 30, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Anil Joshi: Fundraising & Assessing Investors
This module discusses how businesses have evolved and developed during the pandemic. Mr. Joshi analyzes how businesses have found it tough to survive during the pandemic and only those selected businesses have succeeded who have successfully read the pulse of the market and have adjusted accordingly. He talks about how the food industry has grown during the pandemic and how individuals or companies who have figured out the supply chain of the food industry have prospered during the pandemic. He further mentions how during these tough times it is important for companies to build a trust factor with their customers through transparent business activities. Key Takeaways:  Business are growing in the pandemic by successfully reading the market.  Evolving through current demands can help business grow.  Building transparency and trust for customers during a pandemic is key.
04:29
March 25, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Anil Joshi: Fundraising & Assessing Investors
This module focuses on establishing the needs of the company to gain a picture of where to invest. Mr. Joshi discusses how investors take decisions on investment based on what is easily visible to them such as the framework of the startup and how well equipped they are to provide the investors a return on their investment. He further discusses on how investors evaluate a company’s capability and gauge their shortcomings and try to help them develop in those areas to grow further. Key Takeaways: Evaluate the founder’s capability while investing.  Gauging the infrastructure of the startup.   Assessing if there we a return on investment based on companies’ structure.
05:18
March 25, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Anil Joshi: Fundraising & Assessing Investors
This module addresses how to assess a startup and gain a deeper perspective on their structure. Mr. Joshi talks about the filters that investors look at when they are identifying an early-stage company, he mentions how the most important filter is identifying the quality of the entrepreneurs and his/her abilities and skills. He goes on to talk about the other parameters which are commonly looked at which would persuade an investor to invest in the startup. These parameters include which sector the startup is operating, the competition in the said sector, the quality of the team working in the startup, and also if the startup has the potential to provide an exit for the investors. Key Takeaways: Focus on segment, sector, industry, vertical of the startup.  The quality of entrepreneurs and the team around them.  The competition or competitive advantage the startup has.
04:05
March 25, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Anil Joshi: Fundraising & Assessing Investors
This module looks at tips on equity dilution and how it varies when the valuation of the company fluctuates. Mr. Joshi talks about how tricky it can get to calculate equity dilution because of factors like market validation, the development of the product, exhibition skills for the product, and the ability to build an enterprise. He further dwells on the importance on raising money for at least 2 years and how there is no set formula for equity dilution as each company is different and each case should be treated individually. Key Takeaways: Key to raise money for two business cycles.  Equity dilution depends on enterprise valuation. It is difficult to establish the valuation of a company in the initial stages.
05:20
March 25, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Anil Joshi: Fundraising & Assessing Investors
This module discusses details about angel investors and VC’s and their significance in investing. Mr. Joshi mentions the importance of angel investors and how they not only provide their investment through money but how they can be used as knowledge pits as they can devote more of their time and provide invaluable wisdom. Further, he discusses how VC’s are professional investors and how they are in this business to invest in companies where they can actually make a difference and they are very helpful in a company’s formative years. Key Takeaways:  Angel investors will not only give you money but also wisdom and time. VC’s help in can help fundraise, strategy, recruitment, and much more Find investors who not only invest but also guide you.
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March 25, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Anil Joshi: Fundraising & Assessing Investors
This module covers the topic of how to assess an investor and the importance of finding the right investor. Mr. Joshi mentions various methods through which investors can be assessed such as background checks through varied platforms. He further discusses how companies from different fields can explore investors distinctively, he suggests companies to look out for investors who are currently or have previously invested in their domain. Key Takeaways: Doing a background check on the investor through mutual connections. Early-stage companies can look at sector agnostic investors.  It is beneficial to look at investors in similar industries.
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March 25, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Anil Joshi: Fundraising & Assessing Investors
This module examines the areas from where funds can be generated and how due diligence is necessary for fundraising. Mr. Joshi explains in detail how first-generation entrepreneurs can generate funds through savings, connections, and through investors. He suggests how first-generation entrepreneurs should not hesitate to reach out to their friends and family for initial funds before looking for institutional money. where funds can be generated from and how they can be generated through due diligence. Key Takeaways:  Personal savings or borrowing money from family and friends. Finding investors through having a good network. Important to have a strong financial background for validation.
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March 25, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Anil Joshi: Fundraising & Assessing Investors
This module is about tips for fundraising and how they can be used by individuals or companies. Mr. Joshi talks about how money is one of the most important resources as it helps in paying bills, recruitment, and even promotion. He further states how planning in advance is important and to analyze and strategize their fundraise based on their current needs and future objectives. This module also covers how long it can take for the fundraising process and how entrepreneurs should remain patient during the process. Key Takeaways: Always important to time and plan fundraising. Assessing funds before doing targeted fundraising. The complete process of fundraising can take 3 to 9 months to complete.
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March 25, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Anil Joshi: Fundraising & Assessing Investors
In the course, Mr. Anil Joshi, Managing Partner at Unicorn India Ventures discusses topics ranging from fundraising to assessing investors and startups, equity dilution, and how the pandemic has affected businesses. In this riveting course, Mr. Joshi goes into the finer details of fundraising which include the different stages of fundraising, methods through which funds can be generated, and how one must utilize those funds. A successful investor himself, he provides invaluable knowledge about various ways in which an investor would evaluate startups and also goes on to provide tips about how startups can assess the right investors for their company. He provides details about the different kinds of investors namely angel investors and VC’s and their distinctions and how they can be helpful in their own unique way. To top off he also provides insight into how businesses were affected due to the pandemic and gives tips about how they can survive through it.
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March 25, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Amit Agrawal: Venture Capital and Product Design for Indian markets
A Start-Up is assessed on these parameters before Vcs consider funding. Key Takeaways: Founders. Thin Presence.  Institutional Filters.
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March 18, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Amit Agrawal: Venture Capital and Product Design for Indian markets
Even before the windfall, there are ways to know if an idea is promising. Key Takeaways:  No Rush For Profit. Customer-Dependency. Gross Merchandise Value.
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March 18, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Amit Agrawal: Venture Capital and Product Design for Indian markets
India, a market unlike any other. Key Takeaways: Varied Culture. Solutions Over Quality. Price-sensitive Markets.
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March 18, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Amit Agrawal: Venture Capital and Product Design for Indian markets
Raising funds is easier in certain Stages than others; Learn the risks and benefits of each. Key Takeaways:  Four Stages Of Capital Raise. Risk And Rewards. The Later The Better.
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March 18, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Amit Agrawal: Venture Capital and Product Design for Indian markets
Business models should be selected only after taking care of these. Key takeaways:  Easy Product. Future-Ready & Useful. Finding a Niche.
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March 18, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Amit Agrawal: Venture Capital and Product Design for Indian markets
Discussion on how to keep the customer at the center of Product Design. Key Takeaways: Customer-Friendliness. The Indian Palette. Economical Products.
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March 18, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Amit Agrawal: Venture Capital and Product Design for Indian markets
Bringing a Vc onboard helps with the following. Key Takeaways: Legacy And Expertise. Decision Making.  Bringing More Investors.
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March 18, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Amit Agrawal: Venture Capital and Product Design for Indian markets
It is not too wise to arbitrarily decide on a Fundraising amount. Key Takeaways: Runway Concerns. Gunning For Further Rounds. Type Of Enterprise.
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March 18, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Amit Agrawal: Venture Capital and Product Design for Indian markets
A detailed explanation of the ways and means of Vc firms. Key Takeaways: Aggregation of Risk Capital. Sovereign Funds. Superior Returns.
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March 18, 2021
#StartupMasterclass with Amit Agrawal: Venture Capital and Product Design for Indian markets
Enterprises based in the Indian market need to adjust for Indian preferences and behavior. Mr. Amit Agrawal does just that in this webinar. Special emphasis on customer-centric design and the interplay of enterprises and venture capital. The modules also cover topics such as fundraising, venture capital, and start-up valuation. Key Takeaways: Deciding an amount to raise. What value do Vcs bring?  How Vcs assess a Start-Up using.  The Indian Business Model. The Indian Customer Demands.
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March 18, 2021
#ManagingChange with Alpesh Shah, Managing Partner - India, Managing Director and Senior Partner, The Boston Consulting Group, India
Alpesh Shah, Managing Partner - India, Managing Director and Senior Partner, The Boston Consulting Group, India Shaping the Next Normal in BFSI Industry As we enter the last quarter of 2020, the "New Normal" has already started settling up. With drastic changes in the way businesses across the world are being conducted, we are set to enter a new decade with many lessons that 2020 has left for us. While different sectors are experiencing their own set of challenges, BFSI sector in particularly is being looked up by all segments of the economy. Right from corporates to general public, everyone is a stakeholder in the BFSI industry and look forward to understanding how the sector will shape up in the times to come - consequently impacting them in the process. Join us in discussion with Alpesh Shah - Managing Partner - India, and Managing Director and Senior Partner at Boston Consulting Group and watch him live in conversation with Suresh Mahalingam on the new developments in the BFSI space and how it is Shaping the Next Normal.
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September 30, 2020
#ManagingChange with Amit K. Sharma, Vice President and Head of HR, Volvo Group India on CHRO 2.0 - New Horizons in HR Management
Amit K. Sharma, Vice President and Head of HR, Volvo Group India CHRO 2.0 - New Horizons in HR Management The year 2020 has been a year of change. It has demanded new styles of management, leadership and team building. The function of HR has been particularly impacted. Remote working, remote hiring and remote talent management have become the new normal and there has been a massive shift in organizational work cultures. In such a scenario, the challenges arising due to the changed circumstances are no longer conventional by any means. New challenges have called for upgraded style of management and hence has given birth to the CHRO 2.0. Join us in discussion with Mr. Amit K.  Sharma as he highlights the new challenges of HR management and what is required from the new CHRO.
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September 30, 2020
#ManagingChange with Bracken Darrell, President and CEO, Logitech
Bracken Darrell, President and CEO, Logitech What does it take to become the world's finest? Hear it from the President and CEO at Logitech - Mr. Bracken Darrell - the global leader who heads the technology giant that has now become a household name. Popularly known as the CEO who once fired himself - Bracken takes us through the lessons in leadership that have created some of the finest leaders in the world, while also sharing his fondness and love for India and the Indian culture.
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September 30, 2020
#ManagingChange with Nicolas Dumoulin, MD, Michael Page India Nailing the Perfect Hiring
Nicolas Dumoulin, MD, Michael Page India Nailing the Perfect Hiring A good employee can take the business to new heights and open up new horizons for a company by bringing in new values. On the other hand, someone not fit for the role can often lead to attrition within teams, confusions and overall slowed pace. While many companies have traditional hiring mechanism in place, the COVID19 crisis has got this system off-guard. Moreover, technology and data analytics today has a much bigger role in hiring than ever before. Join us in disussion with Nicolas Dumoulin as he takes us through how organizations can move on from the "traditional hiring mechanism" and advance towards a new hiring regime.
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September 30, 2020
#ManagingChange with Urvashi Prasad, Public Policy Specialist, NITI AayogPost on Lockdown India: Public Policy and Concerns
Urvashi Prasad, Public Policy Specialist, NITI AayogPost Lockdown India: Public Policy and Concerns The COVID19 crisis has drastically changed the way the entire world functions. As unlockdown is in force in many parts of the world, the new world we are seeing is very different from what it looked at the beginning of 2020. India is no exception to this and is set to witness a new post-lockdown era. The challenges still remain in terms of health infrastructure, business and economy. The government will have an unprecedented role in making India stand and rise again. The support in form of policy interventions and relief packages is need of the hour. Join us in conversation with Ms. Urvashi Prasad as we discuss the Post Lockdown India and how the Public Policy will play an important role in it.
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September 30, 2020
#ManagingChange with Gaurav Chattur, Co-founder & Managing Director (APAC) at Cátenon on How to Hire Right?
How to Hire Right? Talent search and hiring is one of the most critical issues that many organizations of all scale are facing today. While on one hand there have been massive layoffs owing to the impact of COVID19 crisis on businesses, on the other this has lead to a massive talent that is looking for relevant opportunities. In such a scenario, the biggest challenge for an organization is not just hiring the right talent, but also retain them. Join us in conversation with Mr. Gaurav Chattur who takes us through how companies can crack the code of "How to Hire Right".
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September 30, 2020
#ManagingChange with Carmistha Mitra, Chief Learning Officer and Senior VP - Human Resources, Axis Bank
Expert: Carmistha Mitra, Chief Learning Officer and Senior VP - Human Resources, Axis Bank Topic: Future of Organizational Learning The worforce at an organization in the 21st century no longer see their work as just a mode of employment. The employees today are aligned to grow in their careers and learn more as they work for an organization. The Learning and Development at organizations play a massive role in the learning and skilling of its people and ensuring that they are at par with global trends. The year 2020 has again brought the L&D into focus. There is a heavy reliance on technology that ever before, there is a need to understand sales strategies that work during economic crises, there is a need for upskilling of the workforce and there is also the issue of employee motivation and productivity. Join us in conversation with Carmistha Mitra who takes us through the trends in organizational learning today and how it will impact the learning in future.
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September 29, 2020
#ManagingChange with Nigel Penny on The 3-Stage Business Guide to Emerging Stronger from COVID
Speaker: Nigel Penny, MD at NSP Strategy Facilitation TOPIC: 'SET' - The 3-Stage Business Guide to Emerging Stronger from COVID  COVID19 has pushed many businesses to the brink of extinction. Their mere survival has become difficult. There are salary cuts, job losses and an overall slowdown in economic activity. This special session by Nigel Penny proposes a 3-stage planning and action programme which can act as a checklist for business leaders to chart their journey over the months and years ahead. Though not prescriptive, it serves as a series of markers for the journey which will need to be flexed with an agility of action to both anticipate, shape and respond to the changing dynamics that will be encountered.
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September 14, 2020
#ManagingChange with Prof. Mahendra Chouhan in conversation with Suresh Mahalingam
An organization's Board is a body that plays a critical role that many mistakenly don't see and recognize. The Board not only brings decades of collective experience in business excellence, but it has historically saved countless organizations from falling through strategic decisions and good governance. Join us in an engaging session where we interact with Prof. Mahendra Chouhan and highlight the role of Boards that is much larger and beyond the confines of a Board room.
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September 14, 2020
#ManagingChange Shweta Shalini - Entrepreneurship in testing times, keep the spirit alive
Meet SpeakIn Experts Online at: https://www.joinwebinar.live  #ManagingChange for #entrepreneurs with Shweta Shalini. Learnings from the best of leaders.  #startup #covid19 #crisismanagement #changemanagement SpeakIn presents to you the best of its experts who share their learnings, stories and technical understanding to manage the times of uncertainty and unprecedented change. Let's together manage change, at a personal and professional level. To know more about SpeakIn, login to http://www.speakIn.co.
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September 14, 2020
#ManagingChange with Rahul Mishra, Sweta Aggarwall"Marketing 2020: New Trends You Should Know About"
"Marketing in 2020: New Trends You Should Know About"   Panel - Rahul Mishra, Head of Marketing & Communications, Shemaroo | Sweta Aggarwall, SBI, CMO Currently, marketing has divided takers - some firms are cutting down on marketing while others and figuring new ways of engaging their costumers. Here from this eclectic panel across sectors on what should the strategy for marketing be?
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September 14, 2020
#ManagingChange with Ravi Nandan Sinha, Indrajit Ghosh "MSME Sector: Challenges and the way Forward"
"MSME Sector: Challenges and the Way Forward"   Moderator: Deepshikha Kumar, Founder, SpeakIn Panel: Ravi Nandan Sinha, Director, MSME Business Forum India (confirmed) | Indrajit Ghosh, Chairman, MSME Chamber of Commerce and Industry India  Widely recognized by many as the backbone of the Indian Economy, the MSME sector is probably the worst affected due to the COVID19 crisis. Many popular companies have shut while others are in poor health. The resulting job losses have been catastrophic for the employees. Join us as we discuss the problems that MSME sector is facing and what is the way forward to mitigate this crisis
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September 14, 2020
#ManagingChange with Harini Sreenivasan, Behavioural Scientist-New Opportunities Workplace Diversity
"New Opportunities for Workplace Diversity"   Speaker: Harini Sreenivasan, Behavioural Scientist, Partner at Semcostyle Institute India and Advisor to Board at Caere India   How we adapt to lockdowns and stay-at-home orders has implications for diversity and inclusion efforts. Consider videoconferences, which have gone mainstream as people telework to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Do unconscious biases come into stark relief during Zoom calls? Are video-conference protocols helpful to ensuring that all employees are heard? Do we learn more from quiet staff members, or do we see them become even quieter when faced with the awkwardness of speaking on screen as though they’re broadcasting a live report for TV? Does everyone have the technical capacity or living situation to do Zoom calls? Join this discussion for what lies ahead for workplace diversity. Source: World Economic Forum
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September 14, 2020
#ManagingChange with Dr. Prasad Medury, MD, Odgers Berndtson India: New Horizons of Talent Management
Speaker: Prasad Medury, MD, Odgers Berndtson India  TOPIC : New Horizons of Talent Management and Recruitment The present time is one of the most challenging times for organizations in terms of not just finding the right talent, but also to ensure that they are able to manage and retain them. Remote working is the buzzword and it has brought in new problems that were previously non seen by many organizations. There are new rules, new exceptions and new work cultures. Join us in discussion with Prasad Medury who takes us through the developments in the domains of talent management and recruitment and how can organizations adjust to this new normal.
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September 14, 2020
#ManagingChange with Alex Genov, Head Customer Research, Zappos "Understanding Customer:The Person"
Check out more upcoming webinars here: www.speakin.co/join-webinar   Speaker: Alex Genov, Head of Customer Research, Zappos Family of Companies   Topic: Understanding Customer: The Person   Many businesses have a tendency to overlook the most important part of their organizations - the Customer. In this extremely engaging session, Alex introduces a new way of thinking about how companies approach understanding their users, customers, consumers, fans, followers etc. – in short, understanding the people whose lives they affect.  The new approach and mindset are applicable to companies of any size – from rebellious startups to established “captains of industry” type corporations. The new research mindset introduced by Alex challenges calcified assumptions about how we approach understanding customers.  These assumptions are most vividly apparent in large companies whose bureaucratic structure developed through the years establishes silos and sharp boundaries between understanding people for sales and marketing purposes versus understanding people for product design and development purposes.  Once we realize that the final object of our understanding are real people with real behaviors, emotions, motivations, goals, etc., we will recognize that our customer research has to have a common business objective and a coordinated and complementary sets of methods across the whole organization. The talk will highlight a cross-functional, cross-silo research case study from Zappos – a company that was built and operates on challenging common wisdom and the status quo.
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August 27, 2020
#ManagingChange with Indranil Choudhury "HR and Nurturing Talent During Testing Times"
Check out more upcoming live webinars here: https://www.speakin.co/join-webinar  Speaker: Indranil Choudhury, President and Head of Human Resources, UTI Mutual Fund Topic: HR and Nurturing Talent During Testing Times  Human Resources function, today, is going through a drastic evolutionary change. The HR in its traditional sense is now considered a relic and the new HR that has emerged is based on the foundations of empathy, adaptability and most importantly on technology. At the same time, HR function has an unprecedented role to play in nurturing the talent at an organization. Enabling upskilling for employees and helping them work remotely are some functions that have become the most valued for attracting talent. In this webinar, Indranil Choudhury takes us through the new 'evolved' HR that is needed today and how it is helping nurture the talent during testing times.
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August 27, 2020