Alan Rosling: We are seeing an explosion of ambition
Alan Rosling, who was in Delhi recently to promote his book 'Boom Country? The New Wave Of Indian Enterprise', discusses the roots of his fascination with India and his interactions with entrepreneurs
From online wallet Paytm to medical database start-up Practo and data analytics firm Mu Sigma, many of India’s best-known start-up stories feature in Alan Rosling’s book Boom Country? The New Wave Of Indian Enterprise. The author has spent years working in India, as the chairman of trading house Jardine Matheson and as an independent director on the board of Tata Sons. He even turned entrepreneur, co-founding solar energy company Kiran Energy in 2010. Boom Country? doesn’t delve into any of these experiences, however. Instead, it draws on a series of interviews with entrepreneurs, investors and government officials to offer an analysis of entrepreneurship in India.
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