Puppies, Companies and Hoops

Another Vasu Kulkarni Rant About Nuthin'

Why Startups Are REALLY Hard.

The last year has brought to light an alarming number of suicides in the entrepreneurial community. While we may never know exactly what it was that drove these people to take their own lives, it’s not too hard for me… Continue Reading →

God is real, and I have proof

So ummm yeah, this happened.   Tweet

Why the Most Important Trait of an Entrepreneur is Having a Sense of Humor

I’ve written enough posts about why entrepreneurship is tough, and so has everyone else. From a roller coaster ride to severe depression and fear of failing, there are a million reasons why you shouldn’t try to build a huge company,… Continue Reading →

Thank You

Hey, if LeBron can say it, so can I. I’m just a kid from Bangalore, India – I definitely wasn’t supposed to be here. And so, as we get ready for yet another action packed season of sports this fall… Continue Reading →

Reflecting Back On a Quarter Century

I’m actually 27, so this post is probably 2 years over due. Or we can assume that since for the first 2 years of my life, all I did was eat, sleep, and shit (my mom says that’s pretty much… Continue Reading →

Sports – The Great Equalizer

It’s 2:30am on a Sunday night and I can’t sleep. I tossed and turned for 3 hours and finally got out of bed because I was tired of staring at the ceiling. It’s a good thing I don’t have to… Continue Reading →

A Weekend When Fantasies Come True

Nine years ago, as a freshman in college, I found out about Michael Jordan’s Flight School, a summer youth basketball camp that took place at UC Santa Barbara, hosted by none other than God himself. Despite being over-age (18 or… Continue Reading →

Wear Your Passion On Your Sleeve

I’ve been giving a lot of talks lately (in fact someone offered me money to be a keynote speaker a few weeks ago – they must be crazy, I know), and one of the topics that I always make a… Continue Reading →

A Look Ahead

5 years ago, I was a JV kid in a dorm room at Penn, coming up with the idea for a business that would marry my two passions – sports and technology. Never in a million years could I have… Continue Reading →

The Conference Room CEO

The first 2 years of running Krossover, we didn’t have an office. We were bootstrapping at first, and then we raised just a few hundred thousand Dollars in angel funding, which in a city like NYC does not go very… Continue Reading →

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