Meet Up To Start Up- Workshop for aspiring entrepreneurs

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Why the Workshop:

Over the past 12 years of our work, we have helped professionals come off the corporate treadmill and make entrepreneurship a way of life. Time and again, we have found a vast majority of these professionals need a sounding board, a “time away” where they can think if pursuing an entrepreneurial opportunity is the best for their life.
India has become a hot bed for start-ups and entrepreneurial adventure. There is no better time and place than NOW to start up a business. With so much buzz, activity, investor attractiveness, its easy to be caught up in the excitement of these times. It is in this excitement and aspiration, the workshop finds its relevance.

Why attend:
The primary aim of this workshop is to help you gain Clarity:
 Entrepreneurship- What it is perceived to be and what it really is?
 What’s my WHY?
 Do I have the necessary traits to be one?
 What other questions I need to consider before taking the final plunge- do I have visibility on risk/timelines/resources?

Audience Profile:
This workshop is meant for those individuals who want to come off the corporate treadmill, and who want to make the most of the current favourable environment to be an entrepreneur – a time to introspect, away from the “noise of the crowd”, to think, visualize and decide if they are ready to be an entrepreneur.

Key Speaker: Joseph Devasia, Managing Director, MD of Antal International India Pvt Ltd

JosephJoseph is a BE Electrical and has been in the recruitment space since 2001. He has also been a serial entrepreneur from 2003 and has worked in multiple environments- with partners putting in sweat equity and financial equity, sometimes just with investments; has had start-ups across industries viz recruitment, hospitality, Retail, Agriculture and Mobility to name a few, scouted success and tasted failure, solo route and franchise route- here is a man who has a holistic view of business.

Joseph, or Joe, as he is commonly known, will take you through some of the lessons he learnt the hard way and facilitate you to introspect whether entrepreneurial way of life is your way of life.

Following topics will be covered:

·      What’s your WHY?

·      17 Questions to clarity

·      How to start up

·      Start-up costs

·      Price you are willing to pay

·      Making the right choice

·      Basics of Business Model

·      Why start-ups fail?

If you believe this workshop will help you think out aloud before you take the plunge, please register with Jheel at


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About Antal India Recruitment Blog

Founded in 1993, Antal International is a global Executive Recruitment firm with 120 offices in more than 30 countries We work with professional and managerial talent worldwide. works with many of the world’s most successful and ambitious employers. In January 2007 Antal International established the first office in India, which led to the opening of 38 offices in 14 cities. In 2013, Antal named Joseph Devasia as its Managing Director for Antal International Network, India – the man who brought Antal to India 9 years ago. Antal India today has 100+ consultants working across offices in India filling more than 3000 assignments at the mid – senior level. Antal India today has offices specialising in various industries like FMCG/CD, Ecommerce, IT, Pharma, Auto, Engineering, Manufacturing, Real Estate, Construction, Retail, Oil & Gas, Aerospace, Defence. Clients: Over the past 22 years, Antal has worked with over several thousand clients making 60,000 placements. Antal extensive network of offices and deep market expertise is what sets Antal apart from its competitors. To know more about us –

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