Seshu Madabushi
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Seshu Madabushi

More of an idea person who is keen on testing new ideas and developing them into products.Have more than 12 years of experience in tech world working for startups and fortune 50 companies.

Addison, Texas, United States
Member since October 08, 2011
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2007 INSEAD/Wharton , MBA , Entrepreneurship
2002 George Mason University , MS , Information Systems

I am a(n):


If you are an entrepreneur, why?

A passion to start and create something that creates value to others

My favorite startups:

Zynga, Living Social

What's most frustrating and rewarding about entrepreneurship/innovation?

Things around you not moving at the speed of neutrinos
Seeing a multiple pieces coming together to form a finished product

What's the No. 1 mistake entrepreneurs make?

Give up very easily

What are the top three lessons you've learned as an entrepreneur?

Entrepreneurship is a team game - build an internal (to company) and external (advisors and mentors) team to win
Entrepreneurs should have more mental stamina to weather the roller coaster drive
Understand the significance of family support and give time to them as well

Full bio

With a keen eye of identifying opportunities Seshu Madabushi is not new to entrepreneurship having worked at and started multiple startups.His strengths lie in ideation and creating an eco-system of partnerships around these ideas to grow and sustain

Started a career in Chemical Industry but quickly got into the tech world by lauching an India centric portal in 1998/99 in India

Built the company from scratch to a team of 14 and ran it for 14 months

Came to US and started working for another startup in the Information Security space

Moved to Dallas after 3 years with the earlier startup - again this time joined another startup concentration on B2B Supplychain space

Took a concept to market in the pharma supplychain space building a multi million dollar product

Went to business school (INSEAD & Wharton)

Joined Infosys Consulting right after the school and worked with Fortune 50 clients

Started DesiSauda during early 2011 to target South Asian population in US with targeted deals