I delivered the keynote on “A Changing World – Globalisatiom, Asia, India and China yesterday at ITARC in London.
I delivered the keynote on “A Changing World – Globalisation, Asia, India and Chinayesterday at ITARC in London. (where I had spoken last year too). Below is an abridged set of slides that formed the backdrop to my talk (minus the images).
…in which I break my self-imposed period of silence. I have a very good reason. I am very pleased and excited to now be formally involved in an extraordinary enterprise in India: Vindhya. Vindhya is extraordinary because:
…almost 95% of its staff of 200 youngsters comprises differently-abled and physically challenged youngsters
Christian Chabot has a timely – and sobering reminder on IPO Dashboards re. how long it takes for a start-up to achieve meaningful revenues at scale (Hat Tip: Guy Kawasaki).
As he says:
…growth conversations between VCs and management teams often cause angst. One of the reasons is that people from both groups tend to have unsubstantiated beliefs about how long it takes to build an important company.
Maybe these conversations would be easier if we simply knew how long it takes to build a successful company?
He has the answer…in this amazigng chart that I have reproduced below: