India’s entrepreneurial future

India’s entrepreneurial future

  • The book is one part travelogue, one part analysis, and one part biographical bookshelf that together paint a complicated portrait of India’s growth ambitions and challenges to scale.
  • Unlike China, which created friction in market entry for foreign tech companies, India has been reasonably open.
  • The thinking is that, “China has produced Alibaba, Tencent, and Baidu [… but] India hasn’t produced any major global stars yet.
  • Beyond just policy, Crabtree sees a major challenge for all foreign tech companies, but particularly those operating social networks.
  • In a prime example of the connection between immigration policy and technology leadership — the FT put out a deep-dive analysis on the rapidly growing Toronto tech and startup scene, with much of the expansion attributable to Canada’s talent-friendly immigration policies.
  • Intel cancels agreement with China chipmaker in fight for next generation chip dominance Photo via Intel Corporation


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