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Weekly updates of my journey as a French Tech entrepreneur starting up in France.

The journey so far

Week 3 — Friday, April 2 2021, 1900 Hours

I know this is a strange title for a post, but when I sit back to analyse the week that went by, that…


Almost-daily updates of my journey as a French Tech entrepreneur starting up in France.

The journey so far

Day 10 — Sunday, 28th March 2021, 1900 Hours

Early morning, this past Friday we headed to the Prefecture of Isere, which is where anyone who comes from outside Grenoble and wishes…


Almost-daily updates of my journey as a French Tech entrepreneur starting up in France.

The journey so far

Day 8 — Thursday, 25th March 2021, 1900 Hours

I skipped all my finance classes in my master's program. I already knew I was going to do something in software and I…


Almost-daily updates of my journey as a French Tech entrepreneur starting up in France.

If you want to know how it started

Day 3 — Saturday, 20th March 2021, 1900 Hours

What's common between the ancient Greeks and entrepreneurs? They both walk(ed) a lot. The Greeks considered walking a default…


Almost-daily updates of my journey as a French Tech entrepreneur starting up in France.

Good morning from Grenoble

Friday, 19th March 2021, 0523 Hours

As I desperately try to kickstart my complaining grey cells and body, to force them into this new early morning routine, I can’t help but think that this is how…


I respectfully disagree. Technology entrepreneurship is equal parts innovation and selling. Otherwise the entire world would still be using COBOL on an IBM Mainframe and we did be connecting on Gopher instead of the world wide web.

Yes, Go To Market is critical and often key to the success of a venture but it is too limiting to think that it matters more than building a great tech product and disrupting an existing market.

As technology entrepreneurs, it is crucial that we keep balancing innovation and sales. The trick is to understand the balance between the two and to be able to shift gears between a innovation DNA and a customer acquisition DNA within the startup, seamlessly.


Loud thinking and predictions about the post-COVID-19 future of work and life.

Our best-case scenario right now is COVID-19 turning out to be mildly lethal and not very mutant. Like a severe version of the flu. …


I spent a few hours one Sunday evening, outlining how AI and web data can be used to build a content engine focused around daily inspirational content, personalized for users. This post is a result of that evening’s ramblings. …


If ever life takes you to Ajmer, which it can for a variety of reasons ranging from tourism to religion, do pay a visit to Akbar ka kilt (the Fort of Akbar). Unlike typical forts of Rajasthan, this one is not atop a remote craggy hill. …

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Technologist. Story-teller. Husband. Dad.

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