Outliers 26: Lessons in bootstrapping, failing and rebooting from Pallav Nadhani

Pankaj Mishra July 19, 2017

In this week’s Outliers Podcast, I sat down with Pallav Nadhani, founder of bootstrapped startup FusionCharts (which offers JavaScript charts for web and mobile) for a chat.

Nadhani, who became an entrepreneur when he was only 16, talks about building his startup without VC money, reaching revenue milestones, and then failing. He’s now building a new business while keeping FusionCharts alive. Tune into listen to his story.

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Podcast produced by Shivendra Pandey.

Updated at 5pm on July 19, 2017, to add the Youtube video.