I cannot see myself as anything but an entrepreneur. I am already working in the tech space with Netcore. I want to go back to the world of politics to complete the unfinished project of transforming India. And finally, I want to build institutions for the future as a philanthropist.
Netcore’s journey as a tech company continues. From SMS and email to marketing automation, from India to the world, from enterprise sales to becoming a SaaS company, Netcore has reinvented itself multiple times. In the process, we have also become a proficorn. I want Netcore to be an enduring, great company. In a hyper-competitive tech world it is a miracle that we have survived thus far. And having done the hard work, I am sure we can travel much longer.
The decade spent on the periphery of politics taught me a lot. While it ended in failure, I am not ready to give up. India needs the Indian Revolution for freedom and prosperity. I have many ideas that I want to get going on. I know there is one path out there which leads to success. I have to discover that path. It is not going to be easy. But I will try. Because we Indians deserve better.
Finally, I want to become a philanthropist and use my entrepreneurship skills to build new institutions in the socio-political space. There is much to do to create organisations that last forever. The US is dotted with such institutions – built not by the government but by visionary people who thought beyond their lifetime.
In each of the areas I want to apply my lifetime of learnings as an entrepreneur and make a difference. These will all be new mountains to climb, and ones I haven’t even seen before. Those are the journeys I look forward to in the rest of my life.