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How to Succeed as an Entrepreneur with a Life Changing Exit? Meet Shirish Nadkarni author of "From Startup to Exit"

By Angel Venture Fair (other events)

Friday, August 27 2021 12:00 PM 1:00 PM
 
ABOUT ABOUT

Tech entrepreneurs, make your startup dreams come true by utilizing this invaluable, founder-to-founder guide to successfully navigating all phases of the tech startup journey.

With the advent of the internet, mobile computing, and now AI/Machine learning and cloud computing, the number of new startups has accelerated over the last decade across tech centers in Silicon Valley, Israel, India, and China. 

From Startup to Exit shares the knowledge that pioneering, serial entrepreneur Shirish Nadkarni has gained from over two decades of success, detailing the practical aspects of startup formation from founding, funding, management, and finding an exit. 

With successful tech entrepreneurs interviewed and featured throughout, From Startup to Exit will help you:

  • Understand exactly what tech startups must do to succeed in all phases, from idea stage to IPO.
  • Gain invaluable insights from the journeys of other successful tech founders that can be applied to your own situation.
  • Learn how to raise millions of dollars of funding from angels and VCs to give your company the fuel it needs to take off and succeed.

Author

Shirish Nadkarni is a serial entrepreneur with proven success in creating multiple consumer businesses that have scaled to tens of millions of users worldwide. Shirish was the co-founder of Livemocha, the world’s largest language learning site with 15+ million registered members from over 200 countries. Livemocha was acquired by RosettaStone in 2013.

Prior to Livemocha, Shirish was the founder of TeamOn Systems, a mobile wireless e-mail pioneer that was acquired by BlackBerry in 2002. The TeamOn technology served as the core foundation for Blackberry Internet E-mail, which serviced over 50 million BlackBerry users.

Prior to starting his entrepreneurial journey, Shirish was an early employee at Microsoft where he engineered Microsoft’s acquisition of Hotmail and established MSN as a top 3 web portal.