Startup Sunday Season 2 Episode 5 (TNT Motorcycles)

“Four wheels move the body; Two wheels move the soul”

Have you ever felt that rush of blood mixed with dopamine and excitement when you see a reviving engine pass by. The sleekest of edges, smoothened lines and your gaze just sliding along the contours.

This Sunday we bring you the man who is behind the design and power of one such bike. The man who gives life to the machines, one who makes the heads turn and one who tunes performance to another level. Here is our exclusive interview of a bike enthusiast Nitin Sharma (Co-founder, TNT Motorcycles) about his journey from being an MNC employee to a Motorcycle builder.

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Startup Sunday Season 2 Episode 4 (The Testament)

If you wait until you are ready, you will be waiting for the rest of your life

How many times has it occurred to you after seeing a start-up “Even I was thinking on a similar line”. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step before someone else steps on it. This Sunday we bring you an  exclusive interview of Kumar Sambhav (Co Founder, The Testament) to  share his journey and his motivation to keep on pivoting till they reach right path.testamet

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Startup Sunday Season 2 Episode 3 (Educorp Consultancy Services Pvt. Ltd.)

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Start-ups have become integral units of our modern society. It is so deep rooted and obvious in the present world that life without it would be tough. You might not agree? Let us imagine a day of your life without start-ups- no inshorts, no cab services, no recharge from mobile, no social networking, and no professional links. Sounds tough. Isn’t it?  This Sunday we bring you the story of one such start-up which renders services to students in style. We bring an exclusive interview of Mr Amit Hans from Educorp Consultancy Private Limited.

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Startup Sunday Season 2 Episode 2 (The Pooja Shop)

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This week we present to you the story of an entrepreneur whom you might have seen on the campus. An engineer by fate, a blogger by choice and an entrepreneur by passion, Mr. Ritvij Pathak, PGDMHR 2016-18 batch, converted a simple idea into a prospering business. A fearless risk taker, Mr. Ritvij is fond of transforming simple, mundane things into something that everyone would love. Given below is the transcript of our interview with Mr. Ritvij:

 

ECell: Who is Ritvij without “The Pooja Shop”?

Ritvij: I am a typical computer science engineer, forced by my parents to pursue MBA. But I never wanted to get into engineering college or a B-school. I was always wanted to be a game developer or game tester. Continue reading

Startup Sunday Season 2 Episode 1 (HotelBids.com)

unnamedOnline Hotel Booking Industry in India had already become a red ocean when Mr. Inder Sharma thought about entering the industry. Two models were dominating the Online Hotel Booking sectors. Online Travel Agents (OTAs) such as MakeMyTrip.com, Cleartrip.com, Goibibo.com, Yatra.com etc. and the Accommodation start-ups such as Oyo Rooms, Treebo, FabHotels etc. had already captured almost 19% of the total hotel booking industry (which stood at $7.2 Bn at that time). Before going further on how Mr. Sharma went ahead, let me explain how OTAs were different from Accommodation Start-ups. Continue reading

Startup Sunday Season 1 Episode 25 (Most Wanted Entertainments)

We at Entreprene1urship Cell firmly believe each and every one is an entrepreneur in one
way or the other. As startup Sunday reaches its last episode of season 1, we bring you the story of a person who recently made revenue out of his business model. The way he scaled his hobby into a money generating YouTube channel is impressive. Mr. Maheshwaran from Coimbatore, Tamilnadu , is the proud owner of Most Wanted Entertainments,  a venture that started with a simple animation video on whatsapp.

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Startup Sunday Season 1 Episode 24 (Tapzo)

1Did you know that most smartphone users in India uninstall nearly 75 percent of apps soon after they download them? Many cite the limited memory on their phones as a reason. Then there are those who either avoid using these apps or even downloading them, because of the high data costs they may incur. This is where an app like Tapzo (previously Helpchat) aims to step in and solve these pain points.

Tapzo does this by integrating the APIs of other apps onto a single platform in a unique proprietary format. By using a single window to access multiple apps, users can save upto 100 MB worth of data costs each month as there is no need to download and update multiple apps. It also helps free upto 500 MB of space with multiple apps being replaced by a single app. Continue reading