How to Recruit For Your Start Up The Right Way!

A startup is only as good as its team, as all the dreams, visions and missions can be realised only through their skills, sweat and commitment. So, it is imperative for a startup to be able to recruit the right people, as there is very little room for mistakes for a cash-strapped tight ship like a startup.

A lot of times, a startup may not have a separate HR person or be able to afford headhunter fees to look for the right talent. So, mostly it is up to the founder and the core team to do the right thing to recruit the most suitable talent for the startup.

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Why Startup Founders Need A Startup Doppelganger

A startup is the culmination of the hopes and dreams of a founder. It is a baby which has to be nurtured and nursed to the dimensions envisioned by the founder. With limited resources and mounting responsibilities, a founder needs just the right kind of help to keep this baby healthy. Since there are not enough financial resources to hire the best expertise from the industry and any bankable relationships, a founder needs a doppelganger to fulfill the demands of running a startup. This doppelganger may be a co-founder or a key team member whose motivation and commitment levels match that of the founder.

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Is ‘Slow and Steady’ the New Mantra for Startups to Succeed?
Is ‘Slow and Steady’ the New Mantra for Startups to Succeed? (IamWire)

n the last few years, the huge influx of investor funds encouraged nearly everyone with entrepreneurial aspirations to give wings to their dreams. As a result, the startup ecosystem in India was thriving. But with the passage of time, while many startup unicorns have been born, at the same time, the failure rate of startups has also been fairly high.

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You Can Go Far With Your Startup Only If You have the Basics Right
You Can Go Far With Your Startup Only If You have the Basics Right (BW Disrupt)

Though launching a startup has almost become a fad now, what most people still fail to understand is that they need to first get the basics right. You can just wake up with an out-of-this-world idea one day and decide to launch a startup. Many recent issues with a number of start-ups, some of them being renowned and respectable brands, have only strengthened this belief.

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3 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Avoid Obsessing About Their Startups
3 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Avoid Obsessing About Their Startups (Inc42)

They say there isn’t much you can accomplish without passion. Passion gives our lives a meaningful direction and drives us to achieve the impossible. Therefore, it is undoubtedly an essential prerequisite for an entrepreneur to succeed. However, the key is not to cross that fine line and become so obsessive about your goal that you can’t see beyond that since that could be the beginning of the end for an entrepreneur.

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Leveraging partnerships and collaborations can help fasttrack your startup, do not be afraid to link up across the community
Leveraging partnerships and collaborations can help fasttrack your startup, do not be afraid to link up across the community (e27)

With the Indian government acknowledging the huge potential of the flourishing Indian startup sector and corporates waking up to their unique capabilities, the startup ecosystem is moving towards the adequate support required to foster growth of startups, as we have witnessed in other successful early stage venture markets.

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When Entrepreneurs Turn Investors: The Pros and Cons
When Entrepreneurs Turn Investors: The Pros and Cons (IamWire)

Everybody, at some point in life, needs a guardian angel to lend a helping hand and steer them through the pitfalls. Startups also need a guardian angel, especially in their early stages, to get off the ground.

For young entrepreneurs who are still too small to be noticed by VCs and have run through most of their own money trying to take off, having an angel investor betting on their idea is a blessing. Although India is the third most prolific startup ecosystem in the world, barely 1% of the startups that set up shop here get any kind of funding in the early stages, apart from their own sources or family and friends.

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5 Things You Ought To Get Right As A Cockroach Startup
5 Things You Ought To Get Right As A Cockroach Startup (Inc42)

Gone are the days of the highly valued and well-funded unicorn startups that leapt high but fell later. Having burnt their fingers with unicorns, investors are now shying away from them and turning their attention to cockroach startups that are slowly, but steadily focussed on building a robust business that can stand the test of time.

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5 Things Every Entrepreneur Should be Prepared for Before Starting Up
5 Things Every Entrepreneur Should be Prepared for Before Starting Up (BW Disrupt)

Launching a startup requires a lot more preparation beyond the germination of a great idea, organising some funds to get started and naming the business. It requires management skills, leadership qualities, understanding of the market and forward planning to ensure a long innings for the venture. More importantly sufficient time should be spent in sorting out some key universal fundamentals thoroughly through manageable steps, to take on a whole new industry and its specific demands. New entrepreneurs should not overlook these important preparatory steps in the excitement of launching a new business as, running a startup is a huge lifelong commitment.

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Vikram Upadhyaya with Makoto Takano
Pimco Japan’s Makoto Takano to invest Rs 30 crore in Indian startups (ET)

Pimco Japan’s former managing director Makoto Takano has committed to invest Rs 30 crore in the Indian startup ecosystem through Gurgaon-based Green House Ventures (GHV) Accelerator. GHV , founded by Vikram Upadhyaya in 2014, funds and mentors startups between the incubation and venture capital stages, and provides them resources as well as funding between $100,000 and $300,000.Takano, who had held senior roles also at Goldman Sachs and Daiwa Securities earlier, brings with him expertise in fundraising and ecosystem building from his stint in the investment management firm.

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