How mentors fill gaps in a founder’s business

How mentors fill gaps in a founder’s business

  • "Coming from a business family, my father was the first one to help me when I decided to start Mr. Milkman, in 2015.
  • Being in my final year of college, I had no idea of how to run the show, how to manage finances and deal with compliance," says Samarth Setia, founder of Mr. Milkman, a dairy tech startup.
  • As someone just starting off, Chandra, like Setia, wanted to try a lot of things quickly.
  • According to Debashis Chatterjee, director, IIM Kozhikode, "Early stage startups require what I call 'wider' mentoring whereas growth stage startups require 'deeper' mentoring.
  • For Wakefit's Garg, sometimes the mentor's idea might not click with the founders completely.


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