The career decisions I had to face in 2005 and 2013 were one of the toughest things I had to face. First, I think one of the hardest decisions I ever made was going to China in 2005.
The other was deciding to move back to Silicon Valley to be a global venture capitalist in 2013.
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, more and more employees are required to work remotely, forcing workplaces to become virtual. It is a much-needed, albeit unfortunate, push into the future of work.
With the rise in remote working, demand for functional and seamless video collaboration is growing, making it an excellent testing ground for the platform in markets it has yet to penetrate.
Trust is a word that comes up a lot when talking to Vaibhav Gupta of Udaan, India’s top business-to-business (B2B) eCommerce company. The Bengaluru-based Udaan, which directly translates to ‘taking flight’ in Hindi, is often referred to as India’s fastest unicorn, having raced to a $1 billion valuation within 26 months. Udaan operates a mobile app-based B2B marketplace that connects small retailers with wholesalers and traders.