Those who sink money will not get a second or third chance
Tata, who has invested in e-commerce company Snapdeal, said that ethics should be followed in business. The way of shining overnight should be avoided. He said that startups need guidance, mentorship, networking and recognition. Investors who disappear by drowning money will not get a second or third chance.
Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy said during this time that pension funds and banks should also invest in Indian startups. A positive environment cannot be created for startups only on the basis of select investors. If maximum funds are to be raised for them, then pension funds and banks will have to come forward for investment.
There is a lot of praise on social media
After touching the feet of Narayana Murthy, people are praising it fiercely on the social media platform Twitter. One user has written that this is a very beautiful sight. The best example of business and culture has been presented.
At the same time, some people have described this moment as the best picture of this year.
Who is Narayan Murthy
The full name of Narayan Murthy is Nagavar Rama Rao Narayan Murthy. He was born on 20 August 1946 in Shidlaghatta, Chikkabalapura district of Karnataka.
Narayana Murthy was born in a very simple family in South India. After finishing his schooling, he earned a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Mysore and did his MTech from IIT Kanpur.
Narayana Murthy with his wife Sudha Murthy…
Narayan Murthy faced many types of financial crisis during his engineering studies. Narayanmurthy’s teaching Dr. Krishnamurthy helped a lot in these difficult situations. Later Narayanmurthy started a fellowship in his name on economic recovery.
Prior to Infosys, Narayan Murthy was the Chief Systems Programmer at IIM Ahmedabad. After this he started a company called ‘Softtronics’, but it was not successful. After that he joined Patni Computer System based in Pune.
After this Narayan Murthy, along with 6 people, started Infosys in 1981. He started Infosys by taking 10 thousand rupees from his wife Sudha Murthy. Narayan Murthy was the CEO of Infosys from 1981-2002. It is also the first Indian company to be included in the list of NASDAQ.
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