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"Failure is simply an opportunity to begin again; this time more intelligently," said Henry Ford, Founder of Ford Motor Company. The American industrialist, who revolutionised assembly line production for automobiles, believed, “The only real mistake is one from which we learn nothing.”

Karmesh Gupta and cousin Praveen Gupta started their entrepreneurial journey in 2014 but their first two attempts were unsuccessful. Undeterred, the duo decided to start up again and like they say, third time's the charm!

The two founded WiJungle in April 2017 and struck gold. The startup offers a ‘one-window’ solution to help enterprises do away with multiple products to secure all networks, and serves clients across 25 countries!

Karmesh Gupta, Co-Founder and CEO WiJungle


We also have a bouquet of startup stories to uplift your spirit this Monday!

Why WayCool Foods pivoted from B2C to B2B

Food supply chain startup WayCool Foods and Products began life in July 2015 as B2C fruit and vegetable supply chain named SunnyBee. Founded by Karthik Jayaraman and Sanjay Dasari, the startup chose to pivot to a farm-to-fork B2B model and now - four years later - makes almost 90 percent revenue from the B2B channel with the likes of Taj Hotels among its clients.

Team WayCool Foods

Hacker at 10, entrepreneur by 14: Indian Army Captain Vineet Kumar

Indian Army Captain Vineet Kumar had his first brush with the internet and computers at the age of six. By age 10 he had picked up hacking. And by the time he was 14 he had already started his entrepreneurial journey.  Fast forward to 2019, at age 30, he is the Founder and President of Cyber Peace Foundation, a non-profit organisation working towards making the internet a safe space for all.

Captain Vineet Kumar's journey from child prodigy to entrepreneur to serving in the armed forces is nothing short of incredible

Neuronet is building AI-based solutions for smart cities

Neuronet, founded by former Reliance engineer Vijay Tanneeru, builds AI-based bots that help automate processes in smart cities, malls, etc. Now, it wants to grow through WhatsApp and help small businesses deliver services more effectively. 

Vijay Tanneeru, Founder of Neuronet

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