Saturday, July 11, 2020 | 5pm to 6pm IST
Dr. Bharat Damani | Faculty of Entrepreneurship
Many of today's largest businesses were started during a crisis. How did they start? When did they start? What behavior traits and skills did they possess to succeed?
Launching a successful business is a challenging job - starting from coming up with a business idea by understanding one's own strengths, experiences, and expertise around and building a solution that is of value to a group of people or other companies.
Join this webinar with Dr. Bharat Damani who will bring forth examples and frameworks on how one could go about coming up with and evaluating business ideas in today's scenario, and how you can take it forward to launch a startup. Ask your questions during the session and if needed set up a follow-up conversation with Dr. Bharat to deep dive.REGISTER NOW
Bharat is a product of IIT Kanpur and IIT Bombay. He has worked with manufacturing start-ups and scaling businesses for their fund, non-fund and strategic needs since 1986. He has consulted Japanese companies like DIC Corporation, Nichimen Corporation, Nippon Kodo, NTT Data, and Toyota Tsusho Corporation (during 1995-2005) for joint venture partner identification, evaluating market potential, business valuation, and exits. He has also consulted companies like Tata Chemicals, Aquapharm Chemicals, A.T.E. Enterprises, Cooper Foundry, EcoAxis Systems, Gera Developments, Pune Carbide, Tata Capital and Union Batteries for their project and financial management requirements.
Bharat has been a faculty in Finance and Entrepreneurship at institutions like Sydenham Institute of Management, FLAME University, Symbiosis, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, and IIT Bombay. With his vast experience, Bharat created 'The CESS Framework' to help nurture start-ups and social enterprises become cash-flow sustainable.