Startup Capitals

Startup Capitals PDF/EPUB ´ Hardcover
  • Hardcover
  • 225
  • Startup Capitals
  • Zafar Anjum
  • English
  • 07 June 2019
  • 8184005946

About the Author: Zafar Anjum

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10 thoughts on “Startup Capitals

  1. PranaB Hait says:

    The first 50 60 pages, written as the prelude to the book are the best part of the book They tell you why innovation is important What roles do start up cities play in defining the future of the place and in generating employment You would love reading them even if you know every bit of the content This is followed by an analysis of 10 start up capitals of the world People know them best for their start up culture While one can debate the placement of other cities included in the list Non The first 50 60 pages, written as the prelude to the book are the best part of the book They tell you why innovation is important What roles do start up cities play in defining the future of the place and in generating employment You would love reading them even if you know every bit of the content This is followed by an analysis of 10 start up capitals of the world People know them best for their start up culture While one can debate the placement of other cities included in the list Nonetheless, all of them make a case for interesting reading I enjoyed the Silicon Valley chapter New York was also ok, but after that, the quality of content just falls down.I was looking forward to so muchon Tel Aviv and Beijing but it left me wanting for so muchThere is too much dependence on certain reports with quotes from conferences Zafar Anjum has spoken to at least one person who has a startup in each of these 10 cities But did he choose the right person Was that person a good representative of the city is an open question Part 2 is a total disappointment it is a 2 3 page cheat sheet on 10cities, primarily in bullet points Why has the author put them there Was the book meant to be a reference book with numbers On who stands where with respect to Silicon Valley Or was the book meant to provide Venture Capital information per city Was it meant for aspiring entrepreneurs who were probably looking for the best place to launch their startup Or was it for the VCs to look for their next investment In the beginning of the book, Anjum mentioned the fact that some of the most successful companies never depended on venture funds Also, I was hoping that he would carry forward the thought through the book Similarly, he proposed in the first section that in most startup cities the initial funding for the research came from military research But this is again never touched upon in the rest of the book.Part 3 has 10 entrepreneurs talking about their journeys and most of them do seem to be IT service providers Who can always give an innovation spin to their work Are they doing any breakthrough innovations I did not get that feeling, but I must admit it became too boring for me by the time I reached this section Moreover, there must have been attention lapse The least I expected from Zafar Anjum is to say what he wanted to say in Part 2 and Part 3 Singapore remains a center throughout the book Startup Capitals I assume that is because the author lives there and is close enough to the happenings I was wondering if he wrote it with a Singapore audience in mind

  2. Amit Padal says:

    I loved this book and the depth o details and collections the author has accomplished to wrap in this book is mind blowing.