Unlike traditional businesses, there is no hierarchy of employees within a startup. This in turn makes the startup employees feel part of a community, encouraging and affirming each individual’s humanity. But like any practice, there are pros and cons to a ‘startup culture’ as well.
It is essential to define the culture early on, the culture forms the ethos for the company. A challenge that appears in setting up the startup culture is the actual mission, the goal of a budding organisation.
Discussion on how entrepreneurs can fare in the new world and what are the traits required in an aspiring entrepreneur. Guest speaker Rajesh Nair, Associate Partner (Markets) at Ernst & Young LLP, leads the talk about entrepreneurship, government’s role, ideation and investments in enterprises.