Building an Online Community – The Story of therodinhoods.com

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    Duration : 60 Minutes

    TheRodinhoods is a vibrant online community of 8500+ seasoned and aspiring entrepreneurs, created to provide a platform for networking with like-minded people, to share relevant insights, problems and to simply make an entrepreneur’s journey less lonely.

    In four years, TheRodinhoods has become a valuable resource pool for the Indian startup community with around 4500 discussions & blogs featured, covering topics from starting up a business to seeking help on anything under the startup sky to showcasing new ventures to lessons in digital marketing.

    Regular offline events across different cities are also organized which include highly interactive sessions and insightful problem solving. Many Rodinhooders have even found their co-founders at TRHS Open Houses!

    The founder, Alok Kejriwal‘s vision is to enable a million entrepreneurs in India. In this webinar, he will share the story of how a one-man blog has become second-home to thousands of entrepreneurs…

    Topics will include:

    • Entrepreneurship can’t be taught in school
    • Why should one build an online community?
    • The importance of blogging and sharing knowledge to build a valuable resource pool
    • The power of asking and reaching out to thousands of early adopters
    • How to make the journey of entrepreneurship less lonely…

    Speaker

    Alok Kejriwal

    CEO and Co-founder, Games2win

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