In an environment where funding comes fairly easy, IPO remains the gold standard of recognition for a company coming of age. But even after being home to various billion dollar companies, Indian startup ecosystem is yet to mature as compared to its peers in the west. So what’s holding back Indian ventures from going public? Is it the slow, arduous process or just the non-willingness to take the risk? When is a a start-up ready to go public, evenso how and where? In this episode of Building it up with Bertelsmann, we delve into all this and more with Sanjeev Bikhchandani, the man behind India’s first dotcom IPO. Sanjeev takes us through the transactional and tangible aspects of the IPO journey, while also sharing how to make those tough choices of NSE or BSE vs. NASDAQ, growth vs. profitability and many others.