Happiest Minds: An IPO that flew under the radar in startup land

Note to readers: Hello world is a program developers run to check if a newly installed programming language is working alright. Startups and tech companies are continuously launching new software to run the real world. This column will attempt to be the “Hello World” for the real world.The startup world is quick to celebrate small wins. Although it generally overlooks the technology services sector, it feels odd when you don’t even hear a peep about a company that just went public, in the otherwise jubilant world of startups.Happiest Minds, a company founded in 2011, has just listed on the bourses. About 4.2 million shares in the company were earmarked for retail investors but the company is seeing bids for more than 164 million shares. Hardly any Indian startup has inspired such confidence in retail investors.Close We’ll leave it to the analysts to dissect the numbers but what I want to focus on in this edition of Hello World is the entrepreneur behind the company.  He’s taken companies from zero to IPO twice and zero to $100 million thrice. There’s a thing or two for today’s startups to learn from him.Jayadevan PKevangelist|Freshworks Inc Ashok Soota was 68 when he started Happiest… Read full this story

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