The Indian Startup Show

The Indian Startup Show

A Weekly Podcast Show About Indian Startups
Entrepreneurs & More !
Hosted by Neil Patel & Friends

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    #102: Siraj Raval -Director of The School of AI, Youtube personality & bestselling author.

    I speak to Siraj Raval the Director of The School of AI. Youtube personality and best selling author. In this episode he talks about how it all got started, Why AI? Interesting things going on in China, a look back at 2018, and plans for 2019. He talks about speaking at the United Nations, being happy, lifehacks and the one thing you should do after listening to this podcast episode. Thank you for a great 2018! and speak to you in 2019.

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    #101:Govinda Upadhyay- Cofounder LEDsafari, Forbes 30 under 30 Social Entrepreneur - On bringing solar-powered light to students in India & Africa.

    Bringing solar-powered light to students in India & Africa. My guest today is Govind Upadhyay the CEO of LEDSafari - LED Safari partners with local schools, NGOs and governments to bring solar-powered light to students in India and Africa. Students receive training to build solar-powered lamps, so they learn about the physics of circuits and solar tech while improving their studying conditions.- it's a great idea. So in this episode, he talks about his amazing journey from going from village to village training students in India to becoming Forbes 30 under 30. social entrepreneur. So please enjoy the show.

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    100th Episode!! [The Best] of the Indian Startup Show - Part 7

    Firstly, I would like to pay tribute to everyone listening and subscribing to show for the past three years. Without you, this podcast would not have been possible! So I’m very grateful. So sit back & enjoy some of the best moments. Today you will hear from - Deepak Srinivasan: Co-founder of Crofters, he talks about tackling the water crisis in India with IOT based farming! We hear from Mansi Zaveri - Founder of Kidsstoppress, on creating India's most trusted, award-winning parenting website. Next up is Joydeep Sen Sarma, Cofounder & CTO of Qubole he talks about Big data & why it matters! We also hear from Suresh Shanker, Co-founder of Crayon Data on simplifying the worlds choices! And finally we here from Sudeepta Sanyal, Co-founder of The Blueberry Trails - On India's booming travel industry! Please enjoy the show.

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    E99: Tithi Tewari co-founder of Trezi a virtual reality (VR) solutions startup, on building immersive technology solutions

    Virtual Reality (VR) is here to stay! Today I speak with Tithi Tewari co-founder of a Trezi a virtual reality (VR) solutions startup. This startup builds immersive technology solutions for the building industry that brings together all stakeholders in the design project — from architect/designer to engineering services to owner/tenant — to collaborate on the 3D design in an interactive and immersive environment and make better decisions. So in this exciting episode, she talks about how it all works. Quitting her prestigious career to follow her dreams of building a startup. She talks about raising funding, she talks about building a global product based in India and how they deal with the big US competitors and finally, some gives great leadership advice and much much more!

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    E98: NeuroTags co-founder Nitin Gupta on helping companies tackle the $1.6 trillion dollar counterfeiting goods market

    Counterfeit goods are estimated to drain more than $1.6 trillion from the global economy, a figure that is slated to climb $4.2 trillion by 2022. So today I speak with Nitin Gupta, the co-founder & CTO of NeuroTags. A start-up that is helping companies to fight the huge counterfeit market. So we talk about how this works, how things are going so far. Talking to big brands in India and USA . The business model, how they plan to scale. he also talks about his previous life working at Yahoo, eBay, Paypal in the mid-2000 ’s. And he also gives great advice for first-time founders.

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    E97:SkinYoga - A 100% natural, luxury, vegan skincare startup founded by 3 Indian sisters

    Global demand for natural skin care products is expected to reach £13 billion by 2019. So today I speak to the co-founder sisters of SkinYoga. A 100% natural luxury, vegan skincare brand. It is Founded by 3 Indian sisters. Radhika, Jagriti and Deepika Choudhary. So we have Radhika and Jagriti to talk about their amazing entrepreneurial rollercoaster journey from growing up on a farm to exporting to 29 countries around the world to winning a number of awards. They also talk about the (occasional) fights over the dinner table! Thoughts on the Kardashian culture The lessons they have learned on the way and finally some Rodger Federer & Christiano Ronaldo chat!

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    Ep96: [The Best] of the Indian Startup Show - Part 6

    Sit back & enjoy some of the best bits of The Indian Startup Show Part 6. But First I would like to pay tribute to everyone listening and subscribing to show for the past two years. Without you, this podcast would not have been possible! Over 420,000 total downloads so far. so I’m very grateful. Today you will hear from Shruti Gandhi, Shruti is the managing partner at Array Ventures. a VC firm based in the U.S. focussing on solving impactful problems using revolutionary technology. Ashwin Damera Co-Founder of EMERITUS an edtech start-up. They are making Ivy League education accessible to the world. Nitin Sood - Co-founder of Happy Shappy an online platform to make Indian weddings a little bit easier!. And finally, we hear from Prashanto Das - Co-founder of Ping Network. PING is India’s largest studio multi-channel network creating original engaging video content across genres of food, music, entertainment, lifestyle, gaming.

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    E95: Cardiotrack founder Ashim Roy on democratising healthcare in India & the joy of saving lives

    In many countries, cardiovascular diseases have become the No1 killer and the availability of proper diagnostics is not available. So today I speak to Ashim Roy the founder of Cardiotrack a disruptive healthcare diagnostics company that is making heart healthcare more accessible and efficient. He talks about how the device works, his long entrepreneurial career, the difficulties of building an IoT startup in India. Getting out of the corporate life. the joy of saving lives and finally, he talks about his love of cooking.

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    E94: Anand Chowdhary founder of Oswald Labs, Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia, Dutch Financial Times 50 Under 30, & one of the 50 most innovative entrepreneurs and professionals in the Netherlands

    Solving real-world problems! Today I speak to Anand Chowdhary. The Founder of Oswald Labs, a Netherlands & Indian based accessibility technology company. They build products for people with disabilities and he also runs an in-house tech accelerator. In this podcast, we talk about how he got started. Dropping out of design college. Moving from India to the Netherlands, how he manages his life as a student, entrepreneur and consultant to startups around the world. He gives great advice on solving real-world problems. He talks about being on the Forbes 30 under 30 lists and also being named as one of the 50 most innovative entrepreneurs and professionals in the Netherlands and he talks about hackathons, having supportive parents. And finally some chat about politics and education in India. It’s a great episode!

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    E93: Dignite founder Raghuveer Surupa Entrepreneur,TEDx organiser & amateur musician -On building India's first online store dedicated to improving the day to day lives of cancer patients

    Every year 1 million patients get diagnosed with cancer in India. So today I speak to Raghuveer Surupa, the founder of Dignite Cancer Care - India's first online store dedicated to improving day to day lives of cancer patients. He talks about how he came up with the idea. He reflects on his first year anniversary as an entrepreneur. He talks about how he motivates himself. He also talks about his role organizing TedX talks and gives great advice if you want to do a TEDx talk. And finally, we talk about his love for the playing the guitar, which he will play for us at the end of the interview. It’s a cover version of a Johnny Cash song called Hurt, used in the last Wolverine film. And it was his last ever song he recorded before he died - its an all-time classic.

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