Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his Last ‘Mann ki Baat’ radio programme in December 2015 has promised to discuss their action plan for ‘Start up India’ on January 16. This could be a reason to cheer for the Indian start-up community. India Surprised china and other nations recently to own the third largest start-up ecosystem. The nations wait for the start-up India Policy, which Prime Minister will announce. Thousands of Entrepreneurs hope they will do for the Indian start-up Ecosystem. Now all eyes are set on Delhi, access to resources, access to funding and simpler regulations and relaxation of existing laws.
Seeking to boost entrepreneurship at the grassroots level. The Programme will be designed to suit Indian conditions and focus would be on ensuring benefits for the youth from the lowest people of the society. Start-up India has brought new opportunities for the youth. The event is aimed at celebrating the entrepreneurship spirit of country youth and will be attended by CEOs and founders of top start-up over 1500 from across the country.
This event shall be a non-stop a Global workshop on start-up Entrepreneurship such as-
- Unleashing Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
- Stories of Innovative Women Entrepreneurs.
- Digitization will change India’s Future.
- Financial problem how you can solve
The Programme is aimed at promoting bank financing for start-up ventures and offer incentives to boost Entrepreneurship and job creation. Also tell what initiatives will be taken by the government for the disable person. He coined a new term ‘Divyang’ instead on ‘Viklang’.
Over 40 CEO and venture capitalists from the Silicon Valley are expected to attend and could include the head of uber and soft bank. This will be a virtual exhibition to showcase the growth of start-ups in India. As we all know starting a company is hard, and finding reliable advice along the way can be even harder.
Investors invest $9 million into Indian start-ups in 2015 and the momentum continues with over $38 million invested in the first 10 days of this year 2016. India ranks 3rd in the world for the number of start-ups, after the US and UK.
Appsquadz is eagerly waiting for start-up India Campaign. “Start-up India, Stand-up India”