Harsha Bhogle – Chemical engineer turned famous commentator Image source. Sometimes in some cases, it’s not an opportunity because of the unemployment, but in the terms of digital and technology, it’s opportunity for a lot of businesses. Entrepreneurs need the flexibility to attach seemingly unrelated topics to form one coherent solution. That's what we feel like engineering is all about the problem-solution set. I can type really fast, and I can build out any product you want, but at the same time I can go into a business role and pitch a concept and get— try to get funding. Steve: And I know, Troy, I'm an electrical engineer, a Ph.D. in EE, and so I'm really curious about your perspective on technology from the standpoint of, you know, what have you seen just even in the last two or three months, either the tools of the trade or where you see tech. If the answer isn’t met, the experiment isn’t a failure; it’s restarted. It’s a little Bangalore based company that grew very big within the last five years. They became serial entrepreneurs and co-founded a business venture called Brain Rain Solutions. Here are the stories of five engineers-turned-entrepreneurs and what they did differently that has earned them global recognition. Owning and running my own business has always had an appeal to me, but for a while, I thought that transitioning from engineer to business owner was quite a career jump. >> I'm Steve McLaughlin, dean of the Georgia Tech College of Engineering, and this is The Uncommon Engineer. Famous Engineering entrepreneurs . One of the things for me that makes me an uncommon engineer is I could talk both languages, right? Deepinder and Pankaj co-founded Zomato, which is all about food and where you’ll be able to find the best of it. And for our listeners, check out Brain Rain Solutions. And I took a class at Georgia Tech. So we decided that we wanted to get the best, for our graduate studies, wanted to get the best facilities and be around the most— the best people who can push us and be the best that we can be, so we decided that the best opportunity was Georgia Tech. In that company, they cut the operations. We meet regularly. And then we say, “If you reach that, just contact us, send us a testimonial, and let us know.”. Most of us are kind of like we don't love what we do, but we don't have a support system a lot of time for minorities to, where statistically— and this is not me just saying this, you know, out of not actual evidence— but we're statistically don't have the wealth, especially a black minority as other ethnic groups, so we feel like we're trapped. >> We had a stadium seat, you know, back in our time— this may show my age— but there used to be stadium seats where the parents were bringing the stadium seats to football games and put it on the hard bench. And if it's OK, that's really where I'd like to start. This year is was 33. Steve: And one of the things that I feel incredibly, I can just see your energy and passion around what it is you do. The country in which we live is highly dependent on technology. Flipkart is known for its fast delivery and a wide selection of products. you’ll be able to view customer ratings of that car operator then book it right there on the web site. How do we get it? +1 404.894.2000 It actually opening up opportunities. Those are two big ones that I see. Well, one of the things that we always talk about here on The Uncommon Engineer is what makes you an uncommon engineer? So there is a customer— there's customers that did hiring freezes. It was— but it was our soapbox. So many things have changed. Bhavish graduated with a BTech in computer science and Engineering from IIT Bombay and Ankit did BTech in Mechanical Engg and MTech in CAD and Automation from the same institute. They're sitting in a waiting room where you can pass COIVD-19. Engineers Turned Entrepreneurs: The Nunnally Twins Innovation is one of the core pillars of Georgia Tech’s College of Engineering. Follow On News Follow On. Right now, the Atlanta startup community is starting to be coined the “Atlanta black tech mecca,” because right now here in Atlanta, we have found a way to really unite and create an ecosystem around minority-owned businesses. Most of our companies started coming to us asking for—  most of our clients started coming to us asking for communication tools, live video streaming, pitch message campaigns, things that they can communicate better with their constituents and their customers so that they can be, you know, increase their business and stay alive and survive through the COVID-19 pandemic. Inside Business | Dec 17, 2019 at 12:42 PM . You see server racks for artificial intelligence. Many argue that an engineer cannot be a high-level leader in a company and may not be even trained to become one. But it is at a cost of people who may not be so technical, who are doing those tasks mainly, they may be displaced. I mean, when I work hard at something it’s because that love transcends the hard work. If you both could talk a little bit about your startup, Brain Rain Solutions, and I'm really curious about how it's affected you, your business, how you might have pivoted, and also what your clients are seeing. Your team is OK.”. Steve: I can't wait to talk about a whole bunch of different things, but we’re recording the podcast right in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Because if the product is perfect, but there's nobody to see it, is it really a product? We also have a green screen room that allows them to do videos and go into social media. Founded by Mukesh Bansal in 2007, Myntra is India’s largest on-demand personalization brand for products, gifts and funky merchandise. I think that competitive nature does allow you to be better in sales. Many have also quit their jobs to pursue unique business ideas and become the most successful entrepreneurs. So this is our opportunity for us. So we had groups of teams, about four or five, who were sitting in a room, and we all just at the computer just going at it. So that's a testament to how close-knit the minority presence is at Georgia Tech. There’s an endless list of successful entrepreneurs who have failed, sometimes repeatedly, before they have been successful. >> Yeah, so, let’s see. It’s a job that I could have for 30 years.”, And I said. It permeates through my family. Steve: And that sounds like  that's a real success. So we started in 2009. Engineers turned entrepreneurs who have started their own company/business, what have you done? Industry: I.T , Computer Science. My debt, like the $100,000 I have in debt is going to cause me not to fulfill my dreams in life. I call it the entrepreneur's attitude.W hen starting off, it's OK if a new entrepreneur doesn't know a whole lot about startups, but they do need to be coachable without being overly impressionable. You see a AR/VR lab off to the right. But now that competitiveness has made me a very uncommon engineer. But then there’s a group of companies that start to work harder; they start to make more calls and expand during a pandemic. >> So the Georgia Tech has a strong minority culture that's at Georgia Tech. So start around a problem. You can retract and you can start firing, laying off people, cut the bottom line, closing up doors and start being a quarter of your resources, so start collecting cash and make sure that your company doesn't die in this pandemic. Before gaining fame as a cricket commentator, Harsha Bhogle studied engineering for his undergraduation. Is it the city? So we want to be able to be that rich uncle for those people that— I'm not saying I'm rich, but I'm just saying that we want to be a support system for those people so that we can help those individuals. They know that there's a series of companies going to not use their marketing budget, for example, so that gives me an opportunity to go in and take that customer. It’s a little Bangalore based company that grew very big within the last five years. I'm really curious about your perspective on how we can change both the narrative and the reality tied to that. We may you know, they’ll say— we're on as a contract; we're helping to build their software— but are saying, “Hey, we want to freeze this project.” And in those cases, we don't know if that's the best decision where freezing technology when technology is your solution to overcoming the pandemic. Those are companies like restaurants. And maybe you could give an example, say, in the food service or restaurant kind of business, someone who you never worked for. >> So currently we have around 13 employees, yeah, 13 employees, some of them are here locally, and then we have a couple that’s overseas— that’s who oversees development. And we think and we are on the same page even when— I talk to every single one them, y'all know that hey, right now we're positioned and primed to really help and grow the startup community, because now the people that— these people that was doing startups seven years ago, like us, is now in positions like, you know, head of the of these startups with Google with Jewel Burks or you have Techstars’ director that’s Barry, and you have Joey Womack who's over WeWork. And another technology that's really big is the Internet of things. He was proven proficient in technology from a very young age and got an electrical engineering … I think that you have to be passionate and, nonetheless cliché, but at the end of the day, find something that you simply love and enjoy. They come to us. Two of them have Ph.D.s. So, for example, we have a equity in a company that does dermatology tools, and it basically assesses the skin. And I remember years later going into Georgia Tech and touring some of the labs in electrical engineering, and one of the labs, just everything just blew my mind with the resources that Georgia Tech had. I’m an engineer turned entrepreneur. And all of us who've made some progress, some success in this space, you know, even the people who we look up to, they look at it, look at their craft— we call it a craft— and they start to hone in, build, educate themselves and be the best around that craft, not because they have to, but because they love doing it. We got to come here.”, So eventually we applied and we started our degree at Georgia Tech, our master’s degree. We're working oftentimes 10-12 hours.” And I don't want discourage anybody from being an engineer at all. Atlanta, GA 30332 Engineer-turned-entrepreneur Vijay Shekhar Sharma dreamt of becoming a billionaire when he was struggling to make his ends meet with INR 10 in … So everybody is talking about home automation, automating different things in your car and in your office, and that is a really big and booming thing. Post author: Himanshu Nitnaware; Post published: December 23, 2020 I know a lot of our listeners I think will be really curious to get insight on your experience in that regard. And that really sparked my interest in cyber security and seeing the vulnerabilities that can happen in a computer. I think it was Winston Churchill that said in every crisis is a great opportunity. Furry, four-legged friends in … And for many engineers, that means becoming an entrepreneur after earning a degree. The STEM Skills That Turn Engineers Into Entrepreneurs Organizations are spending millions to integrate technology and computer science into classrooms. You see green screen rooms. A roadmap that will alert you if you are about to take a wrong turn or make one of the most common mistakes made by new entrepreneurs. Welcome to the program, Travis and Troy. He can go into a sales meeting and pitch the idea. But … With a large corporate campus in the small college town of Pullman, Schweitzer Engineering Labs employs about 2,000 people worldwide. I am ultra-competitive. I’ve always had the dream of eventually starting up my own enterprise, it’s hard to see myself as a company man for 20+ years. and then we can connect you with the right people, especially if you're a minority because you need that backing and you need that, you know, that backbone because it's different. Civil engineer-turned- spice master Rahul Nimbalkar and security guard-turned-tea entrepreneur Revan Shinde are two such successful stories. The company also found that the age of founders is falling. Steve: You touched on a bunch of different type of companies. >> OK, so Brain Rain Solutions is a software development and product launch firm. I’ve always had the dream of eventually starting up my own enterprise, it’s hard to see myself as a company man for 20+ years after being through some seriously toxic work environments. They both earned graduate degrees from the College, became serial entrepreneurs, and cofounded a business venture called Brain Rain Solutions. It had a steering wheel. The space is really about innovation in Atlanta community. But I would say be passionate about it first. So that bias we have to overset— offset— with just getting support for those individuals that are not as privileged. He worked at Bain & Co for over two years before Zomato. Thank you for having us. You get the point? And we're hoping that the people who are struggling and may need assistance, that they realize that, hey, this is a way that we can do business differently and realize this is more of an opportunity rather than a challenge. Indeed, engineers have entirely changed the planet we live in, from modern homes, bridges, spaceflight, cars, and also the latest mobile technology. The problem is as, Travis alluded to, well, African-Americans are the lowest income out of all minorities. And so maybe that's a philosophy or corporate culture. We were excited because of it. We also had a problem when we was in college to have a place for resumés to be that was online, so we started doing a symposium. STEM is useful for everybody in every field. Practitioners of STEM are all essentially trying to do one thing: find a problem that’s both challenging to grasp and solve. Especially in electrical engineering field, it’s really big and booming because everything can be put— you can hook up an electronic microprocessor up to pretty much a coffee mug, anything, and it could be automated. We live in a country where menstruation is still looked upon as a sin in many places. Civil Engineer Turned Cookie Entrepreneur Remains Resilient During Pandemic By Renee Eng West Los Angeles PUBLISHED 11:51 AM ET Jan. 05, 2021 PUBLISHED 11:51 AM EST Jan. 05, 2021 And having that, when you go into the workforce outside of Georgia Tech, that allows you to really excel in the good companies that you work for or even the businesses that you own. Steve: Well, Troy and Travis, not only, I can't tell you how thankful we are that you came today to join us here on The Uncommon Engineer. So we’re— we were blessed to be a part of the Black Graduate Student Association. You rode it down a hill, and it was a very fancy soap box. You have to build out proof of concept. Start with something that you have a passion for and that kind of allow you to fuel your learning capabilities. Top 25 Innovators & Entrepreneurs Board of Advisers Sergey Brin. What's going to happen to the people that we put on to your team? The TiE Women Entrepreneur’s Network program is designed to match female entrepreneurs with educational, experiential, and mentorship opportunities that will enhance their chances of success and increase the value of their companies. They, you know, assess that patient. We on-boarded that customer during the pandemic, yes. So that's how— that’s just— I know that seems kind of morbid, but it’s just who are am. Cigarette butts are hazardous to the environment,... BleeTech Innovations has built India's first wearable aid for the hearing impaired. >> Yeah, so that's a really good question. There are so many other challenges around that. And to get the name of the company is called Brain Rain Solutions— so it’s Brain Rain Solutions, and it’s primarily built upon two principles that you have the brainiac and you have the rain maker. Engineers also value precise solutions that sometimes may not be worth the effort, time, or money necessary to complete (entrepreneurs sometimes need to make quick decisions and can't wait for precise solutions). We found no additional GEEKOUT content for this episode. So in opportunity, there's two choices. They were analyzing a problem from an “if … then” point of view allows this researcher to face a challenge with an open mind and to achieve an informed solution. Those are spaces, clubs, places where people gather in groups of people. Because we see that you're cutting your operations are already leaving.” And that was a tough conversation. Is it the culture? A lot of people warned me not to walk away from my great position at Andreessen Horowitz to pursue software engineering. So we've seen companies that retracted. So our black— the Black Graduate Student Association is some of our best friends even to today. Can an engineer make the most successful entrepreneur? And sometimes it's really simple for us. This is one of the top qualities of the most successful entrepreneurs. So those customers, you know, we encourage to think as an expansion mindset even in these tough and challenging times. People tend to— and I know I’m on a soapbox here— but there's a challenge that is not understood from a minority individual. Yet, with no improvement within the employability of those engineering graduates since 2010, consistent with a 2019 employability, things aren’t looking great. So they usually have some software or [no audio] presence. In this interview Lytle breaks down the benefits of how being an entrepreneur can help you as an engineer, whether you’re a … As engineering teaches, a well-oiled machine can run efficiently only if all moving parts are in sync and producing no friction—the greater the efficiency, the greater the momentum. And he said, “We’ve got a— we have a program that allows you to do studies.” And essentially it was a graduate studies course where you can go in and do a sample research project, and that propelled me. Thanks for having us. So Travis, Troy, really curious about what makes you an uncommon engineer? I’m really curious, and on The Uncommon Engineer, we always ask how people get involved in engineering and what was it either your childhood or upbringing kind of led you to engineering. Engineers of this generation have learned to think on their feet and execute plans rapidly. It has the broadest range of services such as mobile recharge, railway ticket booking, electricity payment and many more. 2. And the reasons for that is because when you talk about funding, there's a pipeline you have to go through. And for many engineers, that means becoming an entrepreneur after earning a degree. And that's just one of the things that we're trying to do in the Atlanta community right now. And I know that in one of the things that I've seen is that one of your aspirations, either personally or as part of your company, is to touch 10,000 companies or to assist them in their development. >> Yeah, and mine is very similar. You have technologies of color. Let's go build a derby car just like I built one” because I enjoy it so much. And sometimes you may have an opportunity, but don't understand why you didn't get that investment, why didn’t you get that business partner, and it's because you come from— sometimes, and it’s not all the time— but sometimes you come from a different cultural background. So walk into a— imagine going into a space. So the way we measure that is we look at— we first determine objectives for that company and whether it’s to grow your revenue to a million dollars, $10 million, $20 million. I mean they had a little bit of interaction, but it wasn't, you know, what I mean “a little bit,” that means they were on the fence with using us. Engineer-Turned-Farmer Harnesses Wind, Solar Energy; Creates 450 Entrepreneurs. What are the things that you're using? >> Of course, I win at everything, though. In order to build your proof of concept you can build in yourself if you have the knowledge, but that typically requires a computer scientist or engineer, or you can go out and get the resources to do that, and that requires the family and friends to help donate to build out that proof of concept. Both of them worked in Amazon before starting Flipkart. And the number one thing is that you have to put yourself in the place of a minority person, all right. SMBStory’s curated list of five engineers who turned entrepreneurs explores their journey with small and medium businesses, and how they wrote their own success story: Vishal Shah - … Sachin and Binny Bansal are co-founders of Flipkart are among the most successful entrepreneur, the poster child of Indian e-commerce, which has transformed the face of Indian e-commerce. And now that's my second piece of advice— start learning right now. The Psychological Price for Entrepreneur’s Failure, ClearDekho: Online Optical Marketplace That Offers Affordable Quality Eyeglasses for Rural Population in India, Skyroot Aerospace: Envisioning A Future Of Spaceflight, Kyt, a Global Online Platform for Extracurriculars. Steve: So I'd be really curious to hear more just about, you know, how your company developed and how many employees you have now. What a wonderful experience! Beyond the United States, the company has customers in 122 countries, 28 international offices and a manufacturing plant in Mexico. So we started the space. >> Yeah, I agree with that. Several Indian engineers are towing this line successfully by starting their businesses and becoming self-employed. Birth Place: Moscow, Russia. >> Yeah, I think the space is going to be really big because right now it's COVID, you know, in the COVID era, so it's not many people going into the space. Who says engineers can’t become entrepreneurs? 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One of the gaps, though— I have to mention it— is, so, statistically, you don't see a lot of minority entrepreneurs have VC funding. https://wonderfulengineering.com/10-engineers-who-are-self-made-billionaires Thanks for coming today, and we hope to see you soon. I'm really curious to learn more about your company and some of those other things. And then you have my brother who you can see he's good looking and he's well-spoken. The professional qualifications of an engineer aren’t an obstacle, but a crucial requirement for creating a business successful. —L.P. So we're quickly approaching the 10,000 mark for our company. Pranay Chulet [Quikr] Pranay Chulet, a man covered the journey from the dusty streets of Dariba – … Engineers are highly intelligent and can become frustrated when others with whom they interact are not as knowledgeable about their subject (entrepreneurs need to be flexible and patient). It is a funny paradox switching from engineering (where all risks are calculated and measured), to the world of entrepreneurship, where you are forced to … So you have these different groups that specialize in different things. And please shamelessly plug away;  we'd love for as many students to connect to Georgia Tech as well as your space. Everything changed. On 15 September, every year, The Engineering Community across India celebrated Engineer’s Day as a tribute to the best Indian Engineer Bharat Ratna Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya. Steve: So you talked about your experience, you know, in terms of in the minority community, how it is you're supporting, how the community has really come together. Sachin Bansal needs no introduction. And the pride— our soapbox was— I don't know the best word for it, so I’m going to say  “raggedy.”. The brainiac is the person that is doing the execution behind the product, building a product, making sure the product is high quality. Myntra enables individuals and companies to form their products by adding content of their choice. So we don't have that uncle who's willing to give us $5,000 dollars, $10,000 dollars to build out a proof of concept. Today, right now, is the time to learn how to do the engineering, how to do the problem solving so that you can be able to advance in your career there very quickly. >> Yes. So we actually saw up ticking business, which is very not heard of in the space of the COVID. Are they staying? Steve: So I know both of you got your degrees at Georgia Tech, one in, I think, Travis, in mechanical engineering and Troy in electrical engineering. Information, Legal They was more— in those operations was like cold calling, support calls, and support teams. But that was really the spark that allowed us to believe that, hey, Georgia Tech is the place for us. So we moved— we realized that there's other companies that have needs and these solutions, and as we— when people saw, especially at this symposium, our work, they asked a question, “Who built it?” So naturally, they sent it to just us, Troy and Travis, and we need to grow this into a real business. Nowadays, before you really didn’t have the online presence when we was growing up where you can learn. We're oftentimes have high debt, and we feel like if we jump off and do our own thing, then we're going to crash and burn. If I can, you know, type a particular sentence to send an email out to another person, that could be automated. We may or may not like it. I asked a student the other day, why do you— he would say he wanted to be an engineer, and I said, “Why do you want to be engineer?”, He said, “Well, they make good money. Reflecting on my path and realizing the skill sets needed to do both, I now know there’s quite an overlap of applicable business skills that are useful in both fields. So we found a stadium seat to make our seat for our soapbox. But the technology team stayed level. Is it the investment community? So for us, we focus— our demographic that we focus on are actually companies that are the toolmakers. Therefore, to start an experiment, a researcher must first create a hypothesis. Like Travis and us, we specialize in tech education, making sure that you have the knowledge to be able to grow your company and, particularly, get funding. Perhaps it’s no coincidence that several entrepreneurs started their companies in a garage – from Apple to Harley-Davidson. Then you have another group who specialize around funding, which is Collab Capital, which is Jewel Burks. 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