A podcast about the dreamers, innovators, over-acheivers and their ideas that are building the tomorrow today. The Termsheet is just not about startups. It’s about celebrating the people who take chances and display true grit and resolve against formidable odds. Taking chances doesn’t always result in disproportionate success but it could also result in spectacular failures. But, a failure can become the catalyst for producing a new success and a new win. I am a huge fan of such stories of resilience and perseverance. I love them because they give us the power to hope for a better future even during trying times just as we find ourselves in today.Each week I interview game changing founders from the Indian startup ecosystem who are hell bent on changing the status quo. Join me every Monday for stories of people who are reinventing themselves while changing the lives of millions around them.I am Karteek Pulapaka, co-founder and partner at Java Capital. You can follow me on Twitter @tweet_kp. And our website is https://www.TheTermsheetPodcast.com
Pharmeasy - Dharmil Sheth
Pharmeasy began in Mumbai by taking snapshots of patient's prescriptions and manually uploading them and transcribing them into the system. From its humble beginnings to processing over 38,000 to 40,000 orders a day or a massive 2 million prescriptions...
Luck vs Hardwork - Part 2
In the second of the two part series, we continue our quest to find out whether it is luck or hardwork that entrepreneurs credit their successes to?Part 2 covers Prasad Kompalli of MFine, Sameer Maheshwari of Healthkart, Vijay Arisetty of MyGate, Raghu...
Luck vs Hardwork - Part 1
In the first of the two part series, we find out the answer to the age old question of whether it is luck or hardwork that entrepreneurs credit their successes to?Part 1 covers Anand Anandkumar of Bugworks, PC Musthafa of ID Fresh Food, Chaitanya...
Yellow Messenger - Raghu Ravinutala
A Billion with a B. That's how many messages Yellow Messenger processes annually through its AI conversation platform. Yellow Messenger enables businesses to automate workflows for customer and employee engagement with minimal human intervention. It...
MyGate - Vijay Arisetty
Since India's Independence just 2233 Shourya Chakra awards were given by the Indian government. Shoury Chakra is one of the highest peacetime gallantry awards. Aspirants must meet a very high bar to be eligible for one. Naturally, the awardees belong to...
ElasticRun - Sandeep Deshmukh
Imagine a network of over 100,000 kirana stores doubling as hubs to supply goods to other kirana stores and consumers directly. This allows FMCG brands and eCommerce platforms to directly access millions of rural consumers without having to invest...
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Startup stories, unpacked.
Karteek expertly explores the origin stories of some of the most successful and interesting startups in India. Conversations are candid and one walks away with a deeper understanding of the startup, the founder and the decisions that informed their journey. Excellent production quality, too. Recommended to budding founders.
Storytelling at its best
First of all, I love the audio quality! One of the few podcasts in India around the startup ecosystem that has a powerful storytelling. The pace is flowing yet deliberate, and conversation is so fluid, candid and insightful, makes you hooked to it. Very good content quality.
Best podcast in startup ecosystem
This is by far the best podcast targeting Indian startup ecosystem. The stories of these entrepreneurs are so inspiring. The conversations are very insightful and the audio quality is top notch!