A well-established corporate has experience ranging from a few year to decades that germinate from within the foundation of a tiny business venture. While a corporate thrives on its experience to chart a new route for entrepreneurial success, a startup would look for alternative, pathbreaking and disruptive ways to climb the ladder. Startups do things differntly. Their way of defining vision, goals, marketing objectives is thoroughly offbeat and that’s what sets them heading towards the pinnacle of success.
A moment of pride for Innovify as Vikas Agarwal & Ruchit Jani received the award as the BEST INCUBATOR at the ‘Make In India Awards for Excellence’ by Kalraj Mishra Union Cabinet Minister for MSME.
Innovify inked an historic MOU with GVFL , ensuring its graduating startups an opportunity to get the perfect launch-pad. This MOU is another milestone towards the mission of Innovify to launch 100 products in 10 years via its incubation lab.
Innovify was invited to Judge the annual business plan competition for MSc & MBA students of the Imperial College, London keeping in account Innovify’s core expertise to encourage & hand hold tech-startups to succeed.
12 participating teams presented their startup ideas to the Panel.
In order to bridge the gap between technical aid & appropriate skill-set and experience, this campaign by Innovify on seedrs targets £250,000 with aim of incubating at least 10 startups.
Maulik Sailor, founder and CEO, Innovify shared his thoughts and experiences on product management and nurturing startups. This interview was published on the Star Business Podcast – a speciality show that interviews Founders of tomorrow’s fast growth, niche dominating businesses that could provide stellar shareholder returns.
He left his well-paid job to be an entrepreneur, he moved out from his penthouse to finance his business, he left almost everything to be his own instructor. Then he failed and was left with almost nothing but he didn’t give up, he stayed focused. He never believed in making the sky his limit because he desired to go beyond the sky and aimed to nurture startups and that’s what made him the founder of Innovify. Here is Maulik’s slice of life in the form of interview at The Chrissy B Show.
When startups and venture capitalists know a little about each other, it resembles the situation in arranged marriages. The way finding a perfect match is a critical decision for people in arranged marriages; for startups and venture capitalists too finding a perfect match is a very tough decision.
There are about 47,000 digital startups in the UK alone. How many out of them do you think really succeed? Not even 50%, yes you read it right…NOT EVEN 50%! And possibly less than 10% will survive beyond the fifth year and achieve the exponential growth that everyone dreams of.
Having an idea is not enough and before you begin your startup journey, you need to have answers for some of the most fundamental questions about your idea