India has found new passion for startups, and appetite too. In last few years, statistics are showing that spirit of entrepreneurship in India continues to drive growth, and now it is the third largest startup economy in the world after the US and the UK.
The Q1 2017 release of the Randstadt WorkMonitor report revealed that 86% of Indians consider India a good place to start a business of their own, a mind boggling 30% more than the global average.
Not very long ago, India’s growing economy produced many millennials, who are now proud parents of qualified professionals. These millennials parents are very capable of funding their kid’s entrepreneur aspirations and ready to take plunge with their lifetime savings.