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Being a second-generation entrepreneur doesn’t come easy, especially as you step into the proven footsteps of the previous generation. In this DLC Talk, Mr. Tarun Nahata sheds light on his 25+ years of journey as an entrepreneur and shares the pressures and challenges that come with it. The members will benefit and gain some interesting insights from his personal experiences and the path he took to achieve success in his field.

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Tarun Nahata
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Research Development & Manufacturing Corporation

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