Tuesday, June 09, 2015

Why Going Global From Day One Is Becoming the Norm

Many start-ups believe technology adoption is on the rise, at least if you want to take your company global fast -- at the get-go.  Hence, scaling in a country before crafting global plans can work well.  In the case of India start-ups:
"It may not be a great idea thinking of outside markets when you are still not dominant in India, which is one of the world's three largest markets after the US and China," says Rahul Chandra, co-founder and Managing Director at venture firm Helion Venture Partners. "That may be ignoring a big opportunity right in front."
Read:  Going global from day 1 is the norm for tech start-ups now

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