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What a 26-year-old entrepreneur learnt from selling his startup to Paytm

05 May, 2017

All of 26, Deepansh Jain is a serial entrepreneur and has started work on his third venture. Jain started his first company, Juvenis, at the age of 19 and exited the company two years later for $500,000. In 2013, he co-founded context-aware personal assistant app Shifu, which was acquired by Alibaba Group-backed unicorn Paytm in late 2015 for $8.5 million. In an interview with VCCircle, Jain shares the lessons he learnt from his entrepreneurial stints.

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