No, this is not a Tweet story. And I guess you’d have figured out where we are headed with this. At least those are aware of many such incidents, would have.
In today’s world, startups are the thread with which dreams are woven. The instantly-inspiring rags-to-riches stories have become commonplace and glamourised to such an extent that “entrepreneurship” is spreading like a deadly contagious virus in a zombie movie (simply comparing the pace here; not saying entrepreneurs are turning into zombies).
The Indian startup ecosystem is the fastest growing ecosystem in the world, and currently the world’s third largest, according to Nasscom. From a distance, this rapidly growing ecosystem looks healthy, vibrant and full of opportunities, but if you look closely, you can clearly see signs of decay that can potentially damage this fragile ecosystem. After all, no good can come of anything built on the foundation of lies and deceit.