Entrepreneurs Geetha Prabhu and Nikhil Jois join host Pavan Srinath to talk about startups, and how they’ve seen Bangalore becoming India’s startup capital with a thriving ecosystem.
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15 years ago, few people in Bangalore would have heard of a ‘startup’. Today, Bengaluru has become the startup capital of India, with thousands of startup companies, billions of dollars in investment, and a growing workforce of people now choosing to create or work in startups instead of joining more established companies.
How did this transformation take place? What are the challenges that startups and people face even today? Entrepreneurs & startup founders Nikhil Jois and Geetha Prabhu join host Pavan Srinath on Episode 70 of the Thale-Harate Kannada Podcast.
Geetha Prabhu (@geetu11) is the Founder and COO of Workflexi.in which she started 5 years ago, after 19 years of working with top companies in market research. Nikhil Jois (@NikhilJoisR) has started multiple companies in India and one in the US, including Eventosaur, which was later acquired by Bharatmatrimony.com. Currently, Nikhil handles product and growth at an early stage fintech company headquartered in Singapore.
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