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Design Thinking for Startups A Handbook for Readers and Workbook for Practitioners  

Author Name: Jimmy Jain | Format: Hardcover | Genre : Business, Investing & Management | Other Details

According to a study* There are 472 million entrepreneurs in the world and about 100 million startups open up annually of which 75 percent of venture - backed startups fail. More than 50% of the businesses fail in the first year, another 30% of new businesses fail during the first two years of being open, another 50% of the total businesses during the first five years.

Design Thinking for Startups - A handbook for readers and a workbook for practitioners— is a hands-on practical guide to facilitate your journey from the first step to scaling up. There are various simple and easily implementable concepts discussed in the book which will carve out your success.

If you are an entrepreneur or a wannabe entrepreneur or an Intrapreneur (an entrepreneur in an organization) then this is a book you should not miss!

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Jimmy Jain

Jimmy is a serial entrepreneur and is the founder of “SEQUEL” and “Society of Deign Thinking Professionals” popularly called as SDTP. He is also the Founding member of Leadership Excellence, India Chapter, Harvard Square, Boston, USA.

He did learn from two failed and unsuccessful ventures of his.

With close to 23 years of experience distributed across 10 years in Manufacturing, Strategic Sourcing, Sales and Marketing and 13 plus years as an entrepreneur in the domain of Building people capabilities, Consulting across multiple industries (IT, ITes, BFSI, Engineering, Manufacturing, Telecom and Hospitality) he has made significant contributions—at various stages of the maturity curve—for different kinds of companies, from startups to well-established multinationals.

His experience includes working at Flowmore, Fairbanks Morse, Mahindra and Mahindra Limited, NIS Sparta and Adecco.

He is an alumnus of the Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode; and works closely on cutting edge research with Professors at Harvard.

He is an avid drum player, a keen sports enthusiast, a long distance runner and an amateur Tennis player.

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