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Post Mortem Talks

Organizer:
18 Feb 2017

Timings:

03 PM - 06 PM

Location:

Cafe Qawha, New Delhi
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It’s ok to talk about Failures. Post Mortem talks focusses on the not to be discussed in public big mistakes made by entrepreneurs. It’s a first of its kind startup meetup where veterans and emerging startups come together for a discussion in an open forum and discuss about failures and the learning experiences.

Every failure has a story and every story has a learning. To make the learning all embracing, we have shortlisted 4 startup evangelists who have created startups that have completed a life-cycle and have reinvented many others. These panellists have worked on conceptualisation of an idea to building a product to raising money and finally struggling, laying off and closing the startup. At this event, they come together to discussed in public big mistakes made by entrepreneurs.

Post Mortem talks is about making it ok to talk about mistakes. Afterall, no successful person has gotten to where they are without running into major road-blocks.

Panellists for the talks are:


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Sahil Baghla: Co-founder/CEO at Darwin labs

In his previous avatar, Sahil built Bluegape, raised capital from ah! Ventures, Times Internet amongst others, pivoted when the original hypothesis wasn’t working out, and eventually shuttered the company.

Nikunj Jain: Co-founder at Darwin labs

Previously, Nikunj built Frankly.me, raised capital from Matrix. Having gone through the full lifecycle of a company’s journey – he’s got valuable insights into it.

Nakul Kapur: Investment advisor at Eros labs

Before this, Nakul built PlayNLive and raised for the same as well. They gained good traction in NCR, but eventually had to wind down the company. He’s got super insights on the right (and hard) choices to make.

Raghav Chandra: Co-founder at Urban Clap

Raghav has worked at Yelp & Twitter in the US. On returning to India – he started working on Buggi – an auto-ride sharing app, before killing the idea. He’s now part of the journey in Urban Clap scaling newer heights.

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