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Bangalore: Phanindra Sama, chief executive of redBus, a Bangalore based aggregator of bus tickets, has become the second entrepreneur from India to join Endeavor, a non-profit organization which supports what it calls as ‘high-impact’ entrepreneurs. Sameer Mehra, founder and chief executive, Suminter India Organics, an organic farming company, was the first Indian to become a part of the international network last year.

Endeavor identifies and supports innovative emerging-market entrepreneurs with high-impact potential to help grow their enterprises and create high-value jobs. These entrepreneurs are given world-class strategic advice, access to key networks and other tools to help them succeed. “We are glad to have a call-away access to such a large network of distinguished business leaders," said Sama.

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