Artha school of entrepreneurship will help firms to scale up

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Some of India’s top startup founders and executives have joined forces to launch the Artha School of Entrepreneurship to address the issues that Indian startups face when scaling up and increasing their chances of success.

T.N.Hari, former top executive of BigBasket; Suruchi Maitra, former VP of human resources at UnitedLex; Pramath Sinha, founder and chairman of Harappa Education; Pavan Vaish, former CEO of IBM Daksh; and others cofounded Artha School of Entrepreneurship to touch the lives of entrepreneurs across the spectrum – from traditional VC-funded startups to MSMEs and social ventures. According to Artha’s cofounder Hari, there is currently a pressing need for scaling up, as only 1,800 startups in India have made it to the Series A round, and only a little more than 100 of them have become unicorns.

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Artha school of entrepreneurship will help firms to scale up

Some of India’s top startup founders and executives have joined forces to launch the Artha School of Entrepreneurship to address the issues that Indian startups face when scaling up and increasing their chances of success.

T.N.Hari, former top executive of BigBasket; Suruchi Maitra, former VP of human resources at UnitedLex; Pramath Sinha, founder and chairman of Harappa Education; Pavan Vaish, former CEO of IBM Daksh; and others cofounded Artha School of Entrepreneurship to touch the lives of entrepreneurs across the spectrum – from traditional VC-funded startups to MSMEs and social ventures. According to Artha’s cofounder Hari, there is currently a pressing need for scaling up, as only 1,800 startups in India have made it to the Series A round, and only a little more than 100 of them have become unicorns.

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