Opportunity, they say, lies in adversity. Manoj Sinha, CEO of Husk Power Systems, could well vouch for this adage when he recalls how he abruptly had to quit his plush job in New York to take over the reins of the company he co-founded in 2008.
Gyanesh, the co-founder and the main protagonist in Husk’s formation, resigned in 2013, shortly after they had raised money in 2012. Sinha, working in S&P Global in New York at that time, decided on shifting back to India soon after his departure.
He looks back at the time with a mix of relief and trepidation. “Investors pulled back the money since they were not getting the confidence. Read More
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