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Zero to Tesla
Confessions from My Entrepreneurial Journey
by Sanjay Singhal View author's profile page

Overview


In 1996, at the age of thirty-one, Sanjay Singhal had just driven his second company into the ground, declared bankruptcy, and gotten a divorce. This book is the story of how he got there, got over it, and learned to enjoy the failures almost as much as the successes. By providing support through real life experience, he helps pave the way for a shorter path to success and help people empower their ability to be their own entrepreneurs.
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Description


In 1996, at the age of thirty-one, Sanjay Singhal had just driven his second company into the ground, declared bankruptcy, and gotten a divorce. In his memoir Zero to Tesla, Sanjay pays it forward to the next generation of innovators and trendsetters through his retelling of success and failure. By sharing his experiences, his mission lies with mobilizing the next generation of entrepreneurs and supporting them by offering advice on minimizing loss and commonly made mistakes. By providing support through real life experience, he helps pave the way for a shorter path to success and help empower their ability to be their own entrepreneurs. As one of Canada's most sought after and successful startup investors, Sanjay's story will inspire you to take risks that no rational person would consider reasonable and to achieve success that no ordinary person would consider probable. All profits from this book will go to supporting League of Innovators. This Canadian Charity aims to assist those who seek to climb the ladder of success in entrepreneurship. It offers educational experiences and a suite of accessible programs and tools to help accelerate and amplify success.
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About the author


Sanjay Singhal is a Canadian Partner for 500 Startups Canada and the founder of Audiobooks.com. President of the Aquanta Group, A long-term inventor, entrepreneur, VC and angel investor, Sanjay assists startups and entrepreneurs achieve success by investing in them and using his own experiences to reduce risk and commonly made mistakes. Sanjay has an Undergraduate and Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of New Brunswick and the University of British Columbia as well as an MBA from Cornell University Having co-founded over 6 companies, he remains an ongoing investor in over 20 startups. Most recently he sold his company Audiobooks.com for an undisclosed amount and started the 500 Startups fund in Canada.
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Book details

Genre:BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY

Subgenre:Business

Language:English

Pages:264

Format:Soft Cover


Overview


In 1996, at the age of thirty-one, Sanjay Singhal had just driven his second company into the ground, declared bankruptcy, and gotten a divorce. This book is the story of how he got there, got over it, and learned to enjoy the failures almost as much as the successes. By providing support through real life experience, he helps pave the way for a shorter path to success and help people empower their ability to be their own entrepreneurs.

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Description


In 1996, at the age of thirty-one, Sanjay Singhal had just driven his second company into the ground, declared bankruptcy, and gotten a divorce. In his memoir Zero to Tesla, Sanjay pays it forward to the next generation of innovators and trendsetters through his retelling of success and failure. By sharing his experiences, his mission lies with mobilizing the next generation of entrepreneurs and supporting them by offering advice on minimizing loss and commonly made mistakes. By providing support through real life experience, he helps pave the way for a shorter path to success and help empower their ability to be their own entrepreneurs. As one of Canada's most sought after and successful startup investors, Sanjay's story will inspire you to take risks that no rational person would consider reasonable and to achieve success that no ordinary person would consider probable. All profits from this book will go to supporting League of Innovators. This Canadian Charity aims to assist those who seek to climb the ladder of success in entrepreneurship. It offers educational experiences and a suite of accessible programs and tools to help accelerate and amplify success.

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About the author


Sanjay Singhal is a Canadian Partner for 500 Startups Canada and the founder of Audiobooks.com. President of the Aquanta Group, A long-term inventor, entrepreneur, VC and angel investor, Sanjay assists startups and entrepreneurs achieve success by investing in them and using his own experiences to reduce risk and commonly made mistakes. Sanjay has an Undergraduate and Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of New Brunswick and the University of British Columbia as well as an MBA from Cornell University Having co-founded over 6 companies, he remains an ongoing investor in over 20 startups. Most recently he sold his company Audiobooks.com for an undisclosed amount and started the 500 Startups fund in Canada.
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