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The Funny Side Of Networking Events And Amateur Entrepreneurs

The Funny Side Of Networking Events And Amateur Entrepreneurs

Being an entrepreneur has never been a cake walk. You go beyond your comfort zone and do things which you never thought you will. Because the passion you have for making your idea grow is unmatchable. Sometimes you do things instinctively that you don’t even realise.

We all feel awestruck when we see an entrepreneur who’s is not only doing a good job being “the guy” for his organisation. But when we see how well connected he/she is within the startup network. “Waah, yeh toh iss investor ko bhi janta hai, and us startup ke co-founder ko bhi.”

For an entrepreneur, nothing happens within a fraction of seconds –  neither the product is developed nor s/he builds a network. “You have to work it out.”

Let me take you to the journey when “our popular” entrepreneur was “not so popular.”

P.S. This is just to bring a little humour to the serious lives of Entrepreneurs, don’t take it seriously! :p

Desperately waiting for free invites for startup events!

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Jumping with happiness, once they have one.

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They can be found in the same clothes every time – “formal to ek hi hai mere pass”

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Once they enter the event, they have their deck of  Visiting Cards ready to give it to each one they meet – sometimes even twice. And that is not it, they will ask for your card as well.

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They will make sure they ask questions after every session – just to seek attention :p

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They don’t drink for socialising, it’s on the house and since he/she is entrepreneur in making – Free ki daru!! 😀

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And this doesn’t stop here, they try to be a part of every conversation happening across the room. “Kya??? Uss C****a ko funding mil gayi :o, Uss se” </3 🙁

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And when they see a competitor startup, than.. it’s not about words or actions but the thought process.

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Let’s see what is for dinner – I’m  a hungry man and it’s been quite some time I had dinner at some lavish place. 

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And when something goes wrong!

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Since they have been saving money, they try to jump into the cars of people going the same route :p

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Author

Megha Saluja

Inc42 Staff

Megha Saluja is HR by profession and whenever she gets time from her full-time job, she can be generally seen writing or scribbling.

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