How do we value your #startup?  Part 2 by Arpit Agarwal, @arpiit



In the previous post we talked about how VCs perceive valuation and how to broadly deal with it. It was aimed to dispel some misconceptions most first-time entrepreneurs may have about this very important aspect of our business. This posts builds on that and another and gives you actual numbers to play with. Before you go on, it maybe a good idea to take a look at the way I define stages of a startup.

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How do we value your #startup?  Part 1 by Arpit Agarwal, @arpiit



This is the favorite topic of every single startup entrepreneur in early stages of their evolution. It also incites an academic curiosity in a large number of people who, like the 3 adorable dads in this video, have a highly misplaced notion about it. A big reason why this happens is because we don’t write about it so often in India and, perhaps, everyone understands this quite well in US or China.
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Train your Mind to be an Entrepreneur By Priyanka Singh @1_priyankasingh


I have often read these powerful words, Entrepreneurship is for those who can think big. It was almost in contrast to my personality of being someone ambitious yet complacent with the success I would find with my sincere work. To think big, probably you have to be the person who constantly strives for success & works towards climbing the upper most pedestal even before you have climbed the nearest next. 

The Article was first published by Ms. Priyanka Singh on her linkedin pulse blog, the article is republished here with the authors' permission


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8 things Indian Doctors must do in order to invent-develop a successful medical device in India by @DrJagdishChatur

In India, we have 1 doctor for every 1,700 patients (WHO recommends 1:1000). We produce about 30,000 doctors and 18, 000 specialists every year. It is estimated that we will need four lakh doctors by 2020 to meet the minimum WHO requirement of 1:1000 doctor-patient ratio. 

Doctors, therefore, need to do more than what they are already doing in order to address the burden of clinical problems in India. One effective way could be by contributing to the development of affordable medical devices that reduce skill and are specifically designed for wider usage within our healthcare system so as to help reach a larger subset of a patient population. This can be through providing novel technologies to healthcare workers or through the most effective involvement of general practitioners in order to reach a larger patient population especially in underserved regions.

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#DigitalHealth Startup? How to evaluate your #Startup like a VC or Angel by Manish Sharma @msharmas



#Startup, is a favourite word we hear these days from AiM to PM. At times it has connotations of a journey to fulfil, a dream to Startup is to Just go for it, and at times it brings about the memories of your struggles and wins, from that journey. But to startup is to also understand the basics of the entire process of establishing a business and running it.

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