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The Manual for Indian Start-ups

The Manual for Indian Start-ups

Tools to Start and Scale-up Your New Venture

Vijaya Kumar Ivaturi and Meena Ganesh
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Do I need to a founder’s agreement even if my co-promoters are my childhood friends?
What is a mentor agreement and how is it different from an investor agreement?
What clauses do I need to worry about in a seed investor agreement?
Do I need to patent everything I build on my own?
Is product management different for Indian start-ups?

These are the typical questions that bother an early-stage entrepreneur in the burgeoning Indian start-up ecosystem. The Manual for Indian Start-ups has been ideated as a handy guide meant for daily use. Authored by industry leaders, this book provides relevant templates based on the stage the venture is in for the first three years of the entrepreneurial journey.

Imprint: India Penguin Enterprise

Published: May/2020

ISBN: 9780143450856

Length : 168 Pages

MRP : ₹250.00

The Manual for Indian Start-ups

Tools to Start and Scale-up Your New Venture

Vijaya Kumar Ivaturi and Meena Ganesh

Do I need to a founder’s agreement even if my co-promoters are my childhood friends?
What is a mentor agreement and how is it different from an investor agreement?
What clauses do I need to worry about in a seed investor agreement?
Do I need to patent everything I build on my own?
Is product management different for Indian start-ups?

These are the typical questions that bother an early-stage entrepreneur in the burgeoning Indian start-up ecosystem. The Manual for Indian Start-ups has been ideated as a handy guide meant for daily use. Authored by industry leaders, this book provides relevant templates based on the stage the venture is in for the first three years of the entrepreneurial journey.

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Vijaya Kumar Ivaturi and Meena Ganesh

Vijaya Kumar Ivaturi is the co-founder and CTO of Crayon Data. Meena Ganesh founded and led, or co-promoted, some of India's most disruptive start-ups. Alok Mittal is co-founder and CEO of Indifi. Sriram Subramanya founded Integra Software Services. Professor Sadagopan is the director of IIIT-Bangalore.