Mayur Dev Sewak shares his startup EISystems journey

June 30, 2016 Startuptalkies

"Since I speak very spontaneous so I need to lookout anything I had ever spoke however "Going to bed at night saying we’ve done something wonderful, that’s what matters to me."

  • We provide workshops and training’s on topics related to technology like Robotics, Information Communication Technology, Application & Smart City Development, Automobiles etc in B2C segment and manufacture robotics kits and components in B2B segment. Some of the places which we had covered in last 2 years includes IISc Bangalore, IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IIT Kanpur, IIT Roorkee, IIT BHU Varanasi, NIT Warangal, NIT Tiruchirappalli and more than 150 engineering campuses across India.
  • I think it was a flaw in our technical education system which inspired us to do anything which can bridge the gap between industry demand from its new recruit and a student passing out from any engineering college, you know if you go to any engineering college in India you will be surprised to find that they impose 75% lecture attendence rules on students and when it comes to practical then its all about sitting and doing nothing but the problem is this, industry needs practical oriented recruits not those who are having 80% marks in engineering and literally almost zero in technical or practical exposure.
  • Success is a feeling and is a very relative word, for any two individuals definitions can be different but this is for sure there is no shortcut to achieve this.
  • We approached few VCs at the time of our founding and most of them either denied or simply preferred to stay unresponded and one the reasons which we felt was no body in our team was carrying any IIT tag with him/her, but we feel great that we started from Rs. 1700 only(Yes its the domain and hosting cost) and now we are doing in 8digits plus mark in just a span to 2.5 years. I know somewhere growth is curtailed due to fund related issues but currently we are in talks with few good people (I hope you understand) and we will be announcing very soon.
  • We are diversifying and now we are working very aggressively, talking about the anything strategic at this forum will not be a good idea but we are actually working on the hybrid model of inorganic and organic growth. We are here to solve problems of our society and we are working steadily in the background,I am sure you will see the change very soon.
  • Give your people a better environment to work, tell them that it’s their organization and whatever you are doing is going towards the betterment of your company. Rest you just leave on them, of course they are smart people.
  • Who is going to give us that chance? If we are here than its just because we want to see change in people's life and I think we are doing this only.
  • If you want to become an entrepreneur then here's the checklist before starting up:- You should have a vision and a guts to make things happen. You should be able to take risk. You should feel no problem in starting up after the end of disaster. You need to work on those days where there will be no credit and only debit from your account. You need to leave that 9 to 5 approach if you really want to do anything and it is more important to makesure that day is not all about 24 hours, it start with starting of your task and it ends with delivery.
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