Here’s his official response:
Gnw is more than welcome… If you know them directly, plz request them to share their success story with me for consideration.
Ummâ€¦. yea, so either Badar doesnt know that my email address is written everywhere on this blog, that heâ€™s a friend of the greenwhite facebook profile, AND follows our twitter account (twitter.com/greenwhite), that weâ€™ve exchanged emails in the past, and he has genuinely never heard the term “Startup Insiders” beforeâ€¦
â€¦. OR heâ€™s deflecting the question because he doesnt want us there.
â€¦. OR heâ€™s using distancing language by just saying “if you know themâ€¦” even though Aamir asked about me specificallyâ€¦
â€¦. OR heâ€™s just talking generally about anyone who wishes to join.
Either way, without reading too much into the comment, I’ll make it easy for him – I wasnt planning on attending anyway… I dont want to get into why but some ugly emails were sent to some of my friends who voiced their opinions about the event (that Badar’s not aware of) which would make me refuse to attend even if asked.
But I’m more interested in the second part of this response – “Please request them to share their success story for consideration”.
As always with Green & White – I’ll let the community decide for itself.
Do you think Green & White is any type of a success story? If so, what would that story be anyway?
Please share with the community what you think GnW’s success story is.
(P.S. I’m not checking emails or following online activities or planning on blogging for a week or more – trying to live offline to get some rest and reboot over the holidays)