Exclusive- Kris Gopalakrishnan, Infosys Founder and ex-CII President says that the Real Innovation Success in India will Come in the Next 30 Years
He also works closely as a chief mentor at
In 2014, shortly after leaving
“I’m bullish about Brain Research as it is impertinent. Methods such as personalized medicine can have a significant impact in this field” says Gopalakrishnan.
Kris Gopalakrishnan told Business Insider that he has been focusing on four sectors after leaving Infosys, “My areas of interests are Education, Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Research, not particularly in that order. I’m always working like most entrepreneurs,” says the zesty 62-year old.
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When it comes to entrepreneurship, Kris thinks that it can solve the country’s problems, “I think any small business incorporated under five years is a startup. If everyone become entrepreneurial, the problem unemployment and underemployment can be solved.”
Gopalakrishnan also thinks that entrepreneurs should only be focused on serving more people, whether it comes to providing jobs or a service.
“I expect to see more international innovation success stories from India in the next 30 years. This is just the beginning,” says the effervescent do-er in Gopalakrishnan.
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