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SLP Hyderabad – Class 2 – Customer Development

SLP-Hyderabad

The second session was all about Customer Development and Goto Market Strategies. The CEO for the day, Mr. Naveen along with the Co-CEOs Sri Harsha, Ravi Teja and Shravya has done a commendable job to put together a well planned schedule for the day. We had a great set of experienced and reputed speakers who shared their experiences and helped clear most of the doubts we had. Apart from the speakers we were provided with great insights from SLP alumni Jitin, Dhiraj and Mayura.

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SLP Hyderabad – Class 1 – Business Model Canvas & Lean Startup

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SLP – Startup Leadership Program – is a highly selective, 80-hour, 6-month world-class training program and lifetime network for outstanding founders and innovators. And I am proud to be part of SLP Hyderabad, the chapter that had the highest number of applications in India this year, for the class of 2014. Our program team this year has Jai Eapen, Kiran Chowdary and Vamsee Krishna who have been wonderful in putting things in the right perspective so far. Today’s class was all about Business Model Canvas, the essential base for any startup. Our CEO for the day was Shravya Reddy who has done a fabulous job in organising today’s sessions along with the support of Co-CEOs Pramod and Nayan.

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ISB Mock Interview Resources

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Deadline for round 1 is up this year and every applicant is confident of making it to the interview round and so am I. It is well known that ISB is one place that gives importance to every aspect of the applicant to judge if the applicant is a right fit for the program. They essentially have three buckets to judge an applicant – academics, professional and personal activities and interview. Academics will comprise of the applicant’s academic scores right till the applicant joined in a job and the GMAT score as well. The professional and personal bucket will comprise of the applicant’s career life, career growth, career achievements, personal activities etc. The last bucket is the interview performance. Generally people who excel in the first two buckets get called for an interview so the next and final stage of the whole process is to impress in the interview round. Read on to find some really useful interview resources.

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Brain Fuel: 2. A Cloud Based Enterprise Reminder App With Push Notifications

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How about building a simple reminder app to be used in-house in large enterprises. The main idea is to send notifications to a specific set of employees at a specific moment. A simple use case scenario would be sending a reminder (push notification) 15 minutes before a scheduled meeting to all the employees who are supposed to attend the interview. The control can be given to top level employees with a pre set group of contacts categorised as per teams.

Brain Fuel: 1. A Platform For Events And Sponsors

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Brain Fuel – a series of posts that initiate a though process in your brain. I will be covering a few interesting ideas I generally get in my mind but never pursue them further. 

EventAngels: Imagine a platform that enables event organisers to create an event page covering all the event details and also requesting for event sponsorships. Each event will have different category of sponsorships that they are looking for and will mention the kind of benefits the sponsors will get in return. It is more like a kickstarter project page.

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Life After MBA – A Different Analysis

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I have seen various analysis and arguments about doing an MBA and Return on Investment (ROI) for the same. Different people have different perspective on doing and MBA and not just that, different people have different opinion on doing an MBA in India or abroad. This article aims at showcasing a different perspective all together, how comfortable will life be post MBA assuming that the student opts for a loan to fund his MBA.

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Importance Of Mock Test While Preparing For GMAT

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Collecting relevant material, studying all the collected material and practicing the questions is just one part of the GMAT experience. The other major part is writing the exam. GMAT is an exam that tests your patience level and mental strength, as people say, it’s a physcometric test rather than purely being a test of knowledge. The concepts tested in GMAT are quiet simple, and given ample amount of time post people can score close to 90% accuracy in the exam. But GMAT is lot more than that, its tests your ability to think deep for a period of 4 hours and under immense pressure to perform. This is where mock test come into play.

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