Summary of the Book Not only is founding one’s own business difficult, but sustaining and maintaining it is even more of a gruelling and challenging task. Subroto tells us his own story of becoming a high performance entrepreneur – from the conception of a business idea to the IPO level. He explains what those secrets are that make so many Indian companies on par with conglomerates of the rest of the world.
Also, he asserts that the governments of different countries are becoming more entrepreneur-friendly than before, and have helped the trend of private business ventures by leaps and bounds. Entrepreneurship also helps in creating more employment and thus increases the standard of living, all culminating in the economic progress of a nation. This book is a delightful guide to aspiring entrepreneurs. About Subroto Bagchi Subroto Bagchi was born in Orissa in 1957. He is mainly famous as the Co-founder of Mindtree. Mindtree is one of India's most well-regarded IT companies. He was classified as one of India's fifteen most significant business achievers by the Business Today magazine in the year 2006. Subroto is also famous as a writer for his columns Arbor Mentis for Businessworld and Times of Mind for The Times of India. He is married to Susmita, who is also a writer, and they currently reside in Bangalore.
Subroto Bagchi (Born 31 May 1959) is an Indian entrepreneur and business leader. He is the co-founder of Mindtree, an Indian technology MNC. He has autobiographed his life story in his book Go Kiss the World. Bagchi was born to Makhan Gopal Bagchi and Labonya Prova Bagchi in Patnagarh, Odisha, where his father was a junior government servant. He studied Political Science at Utkal University. In 1974, he underwent training with the Parachute Regiment of the Indian Army and successfully completed the 5 mandatory jumps to earn the "Para Wings". In 1975, he was adjudged the Best NCC Cadet of India at the Republic Day Parade in Delhi where he was awarded the Prime Minister's Cane Honor.