I had fun moderating the panel on early stage financing at India Internet Day. VCCircle has an interesting article. The key issues are as under: 1. Too few deals are progressing from accelerators to angel, and from angel to Series A. Only five per cent of deals going from accelerators to Series A might not [...]
Titash Neogi is an entrepreneur, CEO @themeefy, Findability/knowledge management evangelist, semantic technology researcher, web 2.0 enthusiast, avid reader and intermittent blogger.
As part of the Young Creative Entrepreneurs program of the British Council, I recently visited the UK along with 14 other international participants. Details of my experiences of the tour are captured here. In this post I want to write about the central experience of this visit – the breaking of all boundaries. The technology, [...]
I was at the Publishing Next conference in Goa. This was an interesting experience because we had a very good mix of publishers, distributors, authors, bloggers and tech folks participating from India and the UK. To get a good idea of what happened at the event, you look here and here. Based on my notes [...]
What I want to write about is things I picked up along the way to become an entrepreneur, that I feel others can learn from. As you might have guessed by now, most of these are either opportunities missed or mistakes made. I have always felt that you can learn more from someone’s wrong turns [...]
Pune-based startup Sievelogic Software, creator of online knowledge curation platform Bibkosh, has won the British Council’s Young Creative Entrepreneur Award for 2011 in the Interactive category. Read Bibkosh’s profile at Kickstartup. Founded a few months ago by former Symantec Corp executive Titash Neogi, the company’s flagship product Bibkosh allows academics, students and professionals to create [...]