Shantanu helps startups
Naidu appears live on her Instagram account every Sunday with ‘On Your Sparks’. She has participated in seven seasons so far. Naidu charges Rs 500 per person for the ‘On Your Sparks’ webinar. His company, Motopaws, designs and manufactures glow-in-the-dark collars for dogs to keep them from running. Motopaws business today spans more than 20 cities and four countries.
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In the eyes of Tata for his attachment to dogs
Shantanu says that on the way he saw many dogs die after being run over by the high speed of the vehicles. He was extremely painful. It was found that the drivers could not see the dogs in time, this was one of the main reasons for the accidents. This gave Shantanu the idea to make a reflective collar for dogs. After some experimentation, he made himself a necklace with the name Metapause. With this, drivers could see the dogs from a distance even without street lights at night. Now the lives of stray dogs were being saved. This small but important work was written in the company bulletin of the Tata group. This was noticed by Ratan Tata who is very fond of dogs.
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At the behest of the father, a letter was written to Tata and the call came.
At her father’s urging, Shantanu wrote a letter to Tata one day. He then received an invitation to meet Ratan Tata. Shantanu is the fifth generation of his family to work at Tata Group. But I never had the opportunity to meet Tata. At the meeting, Tata asked for the help of the Street Dogs project but Shantanu refused. Tata insisted and made an undeclared investment. After investing Ratan Tata’s money, Motopause has reached 11 different cities in the country. With this pretext, Tata continued to meet.
Invited to join Tata office in 2018
One day, Shantanu told Ratan Tata about doing an MBA at Cornell. I got admission to Cornell. The entire focus during the MBA was on entrepreneurship, investing, discovering credible start-ups and companies, finding interesting business ideas, and key industry trends. After finishing the course, in 2018, an invitation came from Tata to join his office. Shantanu says it’s an honor to work with him. This kind of opportunity comes only once in a lifetime. Staying with them allows you to learn something new every minute. It never felt like a generation gap. It never lets you feel like you are working with Ratan Tata.
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Startups also benefit from Tata’s expertise
Ratan Tata, 81, has deep faith in the country’s startup ecosystem. In June 2016, Ratan Tata’s private investment firm, RNT Associates, and the Regents’ University of California joined together to fund new start-ups, start-ups, and other companies in India as ‘UC-RNT Funds’. Although the amount of most of Ratan Tata’s investments is unknown, any startup that manages to incorporate it gains a wealth of experience from Ratan Tata, beyond financial support.undefined
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PUBLISHED FOR THE FIRST TIME : June 11, 2021, 05:34 IST