India Needs People To Start Their Own Ventures: Samrat Goyal
Speaking to Priya Singh of BW Disrupt, Samrat says the only hurdle to starting a business in India is the mindset that must change
A personal incident that changed the way Samrat Goyal, Co-founder, Broomberg, looks at cleaning services now. He realised that cleaning is an integral part for Indian households but training a team of professional cleaners was the biggest challenge he faced while setting up Broomberg. Speaking to Priya Singh of BW Disrupt, Samrat says that the only hurdle in India is the mindset that must change. Even though he is certain of a bubble in making, he is optimistic about the startup sector in India.
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