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The Smart Techie was renamed Siliconindia India Edition starting Feb 2012 to continue the nearly two decade track record of excellence of our US edition.

May - 2009 - issue > Editor's Desk

Entrepreneurship: The Indian View

Harvi Sachar
Thursday, May 7, 2009
Harvi Sachar
In this issue, we bring you inspirational stories of 12 Indian entrepreneurs and their companies. We had set about trying to showcase the 10 most promising tech companies in the U.S.

It was not a popularity contest, so no voting or attempt by companies
to sell themselves to us was allowed; it was an effort by our editorial staff with the help of several VCs, corporate executives, and experienced entrepreneurs to showcase 10 private technology companies in the U.S., which we think are most likely to be the
game changers.

Amongst all startups Intelius, founded by Infospace-famed Naveen Jain stood out. The company is thriving with a totally new business model for Internet companies. Though founded in 2003, with over 120 million dollars a year of revenue the company has moved beyond being just a startup. The story is about a successful
serial entrepreneur who could be the next game changer and more importantly, some of his unique views on entrepreneurship
are presented.

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