He smiles and waves us away.
“No, man. I am not really worried. You can’t really think too much about these things”
It’s a warm afternoon in Bengaluru. His office isn’t air-conditioned. Occasionally, people pop in to give him updates or to remind him about meetings. With a smile on his face, Nestaway CEO Amarendra Sahu remains unflappable.
If you were the incumbent market leader in the fragmented shared rental business in India, and a giant competitor with far more funds and a solid brand was planning to enter it, chances are you would be a little hassled.