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How to raise funding is the most pressing question for many budding entrepreneurs today. Jayanti Kathale, Founder of Purnabrahma shares her experiences with raising funding.
Every simple wish of ours these days needs money to fulfil and the wishes of ,young entrepreneurs fall into this category too. Yes we are talking about funding here and the roadmap to it is of course not a mere cake walk.
Yet, as the saying goes, where there is a will, there is a way. To raise funding, we need to believe in the power of our ideas, no matter how small to begin with when we first set up business.
Here is an inspiring video from our Breaking Barriers : The Money Edition event where Jayanti Kathale – CEO & Founder of Purnabramha Foods, a unique restaurant chain serving Maharashtrian food, shares her account of how she had a legitimate plan in place and therefore found assured ways of raising funds for her food business.
In the journey to raising funds, often the basic aspects are overlooked and many young entrepreneurs therefore feel that they are not ready to take the plunge. Jayanti on the other hand makes the quest look extremely easy!
Watch this video to learn about the importance of being certain of her strengths, creating a strong revenue model and ensuring scalability in every step of your business.
Her business narrative gives insights to fellow/aspiring entrepreneurs on how important it is to dream about one’s ideas, absolutely believe in them, create a detailed plan to take them ahead and then finally execute it accordingly.
Learn to live your dreams – is the straightforward formula Jayanti Kathale espouses, and the one she used to bring her business to life.
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