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Forbes: How Nagaraja Prakasam is engineering social change!

How Nagaraja Prakasam is engineering social change Nagaraja Prakasam left his software job to fund enterprises that have a definitive […]

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#ILoveHandlooms

#ILoveHandlooms – do you? – flaunt it! GoCoop,  India’s first online social marketplace for weavers and artisans, has launched the  […]

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Entrepreneurs can create billion-dollar businesses faster by focusing on local problems.

Indian entrepreneurs should focus on solving the problems plaguing the domestic market and the people, rather than emulating and cloning […]

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What is Mentoring?

Mentor have a halo around their head ..been there done that.. Ask right questions.

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Masters Of Waste

In June this year, Carbon Masters raised 4 crore from Indian Angel Network (IAN). Nagaraja Prakasam, an investor from IAN, explains […]

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Naga the farmer – Growing startups

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Back to 1498!

Kappad , 12 kilometers from Kozhikode a quite place that witnessed the historical event that changed the histroy of India […]

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Forbes: Social businesses must receive risk capital from the government and CSR

Social businesses must receive risk capital from the government and CSR Social businesses require risk capital. This can come from […]

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Ignoring the billion!

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Top of The Pyramid India 2016!

TOP OF THE PYRAMID 2016 | Kotak Wealth Management    Mr Nagaraja (Naga) is an angel investor, impact-investment specialist, and […]

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Healthcare everywhere: Neurosynpatic Communications

Ponram of Thanukol village, Tamil Nadu visited Menakshi Mission telemedicine center enabled by Neurosynaptic for simple pain. He was immediately requested […]

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Digital weave

Nagaraja Prakasam, lead investor, Indian Angel Network, which has also invested in GoCoop, too, sound optimistic. “A diminishing trend in […]

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Indian Innovation: Machine Language

“In India, there are only 250 million people who understand English so there was a definite need to bridge the […]

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