Kochi: Mathew Jose, CEO of BlueLabs Technology Solutions based in Infopark Kochi, has got Paragon Fellowship by Singapore based Foundation for Youth Social Enterpreneurship.
On receiving the fellowship, Mathews said, “Through this recognition I can share my experiences as an entrepreneur with other fellows. A lot of people think they need huge investments to start a company, but all you need is determination to succeed and a proper strategy to jumpstart the business.
I hope my story gives aspiring entrepreneurs the confidence to take chances in life to realize their dreams,” As part of the fellowship, he will participate in many virtual and local training sessions in various countries. The fellowship also allows personal and professional development through a 12- month mentorship programme and offers an opportunity to tap into a network of diverse young entrepreneurs from Asia Pacific.
Mathews Jose entered IT services sector in 2002. He set up BlueLabs Technology Solutions in 2008 at Infopark, Kochi. With 130 employees, the company recently opened the first full fledged delivery centre at Infopark apart from a sales office in Stockholm, Sweden and a customer support and sales office in Sydney, Australia. BlueLabs has also launched an IT finishing school, BlueLabs MaxIT.
Kerala IT News
In the last couple of days, we got several complaints and comments criticising the CEO. We got in touch with the BlueLabs CEO and quoting from his mail to Kerala IT News, “We lost two of our major clients and client payments worth crores got stuck. It affected the working capital of the company and we decided to close the operations of the company.”
While we understand the sentiments of the employees who lost their jobs, we also realise these things do happen in business. As these comments did not go with the objectives of our news portal, we have removed the comments.”
Kerala IT News
(Last updated September 24, 2010)