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The book offers practical experiences for entrepreneurs, but falters in bits.

CUT THE CRAP AND JARGON, is a take by Shradha Sharma and T. N. Hari aimed at providing lessons from the start up trenches to young entrepreneurs. It recognises the uniqueness of start ups relative to more mature companies, in terms of uncertainties and dynamism that

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