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Bhopal Entrepreneur Meetup - Let's Grow Together

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“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” -- Mark Twain


Let's get together at social places around Bhopal to learn, share and collaborate on new business ideas, running businesses and marketing (online,offline & professional). This group comes under no company or no representative. We will conduct weekly meetups where we will share our analytics, strategies and get feedback by fellow entrepreneurs or aspiring entrepreneurs to modify or run the strategies to see results. Because whatever we learn, we need results.

On a monthly basis we'll also be inviting entrepreneurs/business people/ people who made a difference/ professional marketers who have been there and done it, the success freaks who will show us the path they had walked on to get what they got.


Before joining the group I would prefer reading these strategies written below. If you're an aspiring entrepeneur wanting to be a part of entrepreneur legacy, here are some tips for you:

1. Idea < Execution

“Do not spend too much time thinking about your idea, just start with any idea you have as it will keep evolving or will change”. There is no start-up that has its core product close to its first product.

2. Pitching

Be confident when you pitch your ideas, products or start-ups. “The more your practice, the better you are going to be." If you're not confident enough to give a pitch of a minute or two, start short. Just tell why you exists and what you're doing.

3. Customers are the King

“A number of students like their products more than the customers and that is a big mistake,” be warned, “if customers do not like your product then you have a problem.”

4. Money Matters

"Try to run a start-up with your own capital or in a lean way as this can lead to complications and the investors are likely to divert the company in a direction where you don’t want to be".

5. Networking

“Network with the industry, other entrepreneurs and people who are not related, so that you can take their opinions too”.

6. Enjoy

You will be spending 14-16 hours working, and you can stretch it, if you do not enjoy it.

7. Put a Break

If you realize, your start-up is falling then stop working on it as early as possible, advised the serial entrepreneur, who has co-founded more than 15-16 start-ups, of which some have failed.

Sharing his own example he said, “I worked on an idea for three years to create Wizzyboard, one of my start-ups. But it didn’t take off the way I wanted. I should have read the signs and left it earlier.”

Wizzyboard developed a technology for augmenting online games and toys for touchscreen devices.

8. Failure is a Step Forward

A number of students take failure personally. They start thinking they haven’t done something right but, instead, they should understand there are other circumstances too. Every time one fails, it is an opportunity to do something different.

"If it doesn’t work, it doesn’t work and it should not matter. Just stop and start something else."

(for any queries and concern, mail me at: shivam@reluxedluxury.com )

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