Journey of Young Indian Entrepreneurs from Trichy to White House

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Bangalore: InterviewStreet, a startup project founded by two young Indian entrepreneurs will be taking the dais affront the Federal Government of United States. The project is designed by Vivek Ravisankar and Harishankaran K and becomes the second Indian startup after Pallav Nadhani’s Fusion Charts to grab a project from White House. InterviewStreet would help empower the US government’s plans to promote equal pay for women in corporate America, reports YourStory.in.



Their project InterviewStreet mainly focuses on simplifying and incorporating transparency into the complicated process of hiring employees. The company basically provides a web portal where technicians and enthusiasts can club together to solve some interesting problems related to computers and IT and get connected to recruiters from the top tech companies.



Vivek and Hari, the two graduates from NIT Trichy, have had an interesting journey from being college boys to innovative tech entrepreneurs. Soon after college, like any engineering graduate would want, the duo got jobs at IT companies. But, one idea that had taken its seed during their college placement sessions never left their minds.



Next: Know more about the tech duo from Trichy



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