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File photo of Hardika Shah, CEO, Kinara Capital
File photo of Hardika Shah, CEO, Kinara Capital

Focus now shifts to digital from India vs Bharat, says Hardika Shah

  • Shah was speaking at the Mint India Investment Summit 2020 in Mumbai
  • India still remains a fundamentally supply constrained market: Aditya Ghosh

Hardika Shah, founder and CEO, Kinara Capital today said that the focus of the country has shifted from the earlier notional idea of India vs Bharat to a digital perspective.

Speaking at the Mint India Investment Summit 2020 in Mumbai, Shah said, "The internal culture building is very critical...sometimes thinking you are still a startup is your worst enemy." She also added that there is a level of structure that's needed - Cultural structure.

Shah was participating in a panel discussion with Aditya Ghosh, Board Member, Oyo Hotels and Homes, Sumer Juneja, partner and ead of India, Softbank Investment Advisors and Kosturi Ghosh, Partner, Trilegal.

Apart from Shah, Aditya Ghosh also highlighted, "India still remains a fundamentally supply constrained market." He also added that with the use of technology one can create really exciting businesses and laid down two important perspectives: How to stay relevant in the life of a consumer and businesses with deep social impact will thrive.

Moreover, Sumer Juneja spoke about organisational importance of companies. He said that important three pillars for any company are first, the consumer, second the product and third, the employees.

Juneja also spoke about the country's education and healthcare system saying that in a decade's time, the way education and healthcare is delivered in India, it is going to change dramatically and will be available for everyone.

Kosturi Ghosh during the summit said that mindset of compliance should come in the forefront of the conversation.

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