A new manifesto for Indian entrepreneurship

A special Independence Day conversation with Arun Maira, Sundeep Waslekar and Nachiket Mor on what it might take to build a world that works for everyone—and how entrepreneurship can play its part in that transformation

Founding Fuel

India’s 70th Independence Day is round the corner. It is an opportunity for us to think about and reflect on the key challenges and opportunities facing India and how to create a more inclusive, vibrant and purposeful society.

Founding Fuel, in association with Boom Live, conducted a special Independence Day conversation—a live Hangout on August 5, 2016.

Founding Fuel is committed to serving a community of entrepreneurial leaders. Hence, this conversation is aimed at helping our entrepreneurs understand the deeper changes breaking out in our world as well as to reflect on their role and how they could meaningfully contribute to a stronger India and a better world.

The topics discussed were

1. India's new challenges, new imperatives

2. Strengthening the entrepreneurial eco-system

3. The new entrepreneurial mindset

The panellists were:

Arun Maira, former member, Planning Commission of India and former chairman, Boston Consulting Group

Sundeep Waslekar, president, Strategic Foresight Group

Nachiket Mor, India country director, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Anchored by Indrajit Gupta, co-founder, Founding Fuel.

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Founding Fuel aims to create the new playbook of entrepreneurship. Think of us as a hub for entrepreneurs- the go-to place for ideas, insights, practices and wisdom essential to build the enterprise of tomorrow. It is co-founded by veteran journalists Indrajit Gupta and Charles Assisi, along with CS Swaminathan, the former president of Pearson's online learning venture.

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