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An Entrepreneurial Product Leader who thrives in the intersection of Business, Technology, Human experience and Challenges. Human Experience - Life long learning Defined, classified and influenced the human experience by: identified the  target audience, their ecology, primary and intermediate actors and classified them into multiple personas. developed the understanding about their needs, pain-points and ecology defining what motivates people and what doesn't - behavioral analysis classifying the user personas in customers, consumers, providers, facilitators, colleagues, c-level executives, third-party partners and related stakeholders articulated the user journey for each actor(personas) corresponds to overall product experience creating awareness about the overall impact and translate that into people's motivation factors. Leading Public communication, Client interactions and Product demonstrations globally with user, partners and c-level executives of fortune#100 companies

Excerpts from life lessons

 LOVE Love is not an activity or process that should be done in a specific way. Rather it is a state of mind in which a person abandons all his desires, resolutions, concerns, fears, and accept someone unconditionally (with all qualities, demerits, and physical appearance), and lives his life as a devotee while performing all duties. Love is state of mind, in which we don't experience fear, worries, or desires. Love makes us responsible, emphatic, and devotional. Because it's not driven by desires, love bring happiness in moments and stay forever within us. When a person loves another person unconditionally and unexpectedly, then that person will equally admire all colours of their personality. Because in love, people experience only love from their all senses, mind, and intellectuals. Love makes people peaceful, cheerful, and a wonderful human being. When people learn to perform their duties without expectation and condition, then they experience love all around them. That'

The Art of Pitching

Whether you're a founder, product or business leader, you need to pitch your product/solutions multiple times internally and externally. And usually whatever efforts we put, the conversion rate doesn’t match our expectations. Generally, one needs to pitch their co-founders, cross-functional teams, stakeholders, investors, prospects and clients etc. In today’s digital era we knows multiple way to pitch someone via email, phone, social media, in addition to in-person interaction. The effectiveness of pitching depend upon your ability to understand the behaviour of your target audience, market intelligence and the industrial ecosystem. Being a technical co-founder, I have learn the pitching on field by directly interacting with clients and prospects, building strong relationship, while analysing customer behaviour and market insight. With this approach, I'm able to attract and forge strong relationship with senior executives from fortune-500 companies like Microsoft, Del

Division of Equity for early stage ventures

Scenario: You are the founder of an e-commerce venture where you’ve stabilised the operations and revenue within 2 years of business launch. Now, with an intention to grow business globally, you're planning to on-board few business partners who will help you to scale business operations at a new locality (for ex. USA). These business partners also interested in investing some capital to bear operational cost for initial days. Founder also don't want to share their existing operations/revenue from home run setup with new partners, hence this partnership would be applicable for new locality (for ex. USA) business operations only. In that case first you need to carried out the, market research for target audience (like consumers, external partners) their behaviour analysis, present competitors, estimated cost of customer acquisition, cost of service delivery as per regional regulation, training and support cost, technology and infrastructure cost, operations, maintenance and f

Evaluating a venture for investment or partnership

Scenario: You've found a promising product/venture and now you want to join them as partner or investor or both. Before making any investment or joining a venture, I prefer to evaluate Idea & team by analysing product performance within existing market. Market opportunity by analysing competitive landscape against user & stakeholder behaviours, business dynamics against regulation etc. Impact of product/service on entire ecosystem in long run. Hence, I recommend you following guideline: ask the written proof (like paid invoices/bank statements) of generated revenue. It will help you understand the current and future cash-flow requirements. ask for the authentic customer/clients feedback. Better you should directly talk with their existing clients (if b2b) otherwise (if b2c) analyse their customer feedback metrics carefully. anonymously buy their products and then lodge a complaint. Now analyse how they entertain you. This will help you to learn about their