A “Not-to-be-missed” for startups – TiECON Mumbai Conclave 2016
Mumbai, India | Red Newswire | Dec 22, 2015 Last Updated at 07.30 AM IST.
The leading entrepreneurial conclave of the country “TiECON Mumbai 2016” is around the corner and we heard that over 200 startups will be pitching their business ideas before a global batch of investors. The much awaited conclave will be held at NCPA (National Centre for Performing Arts), Mumbai on 6th and 7th January.
On the global panel of investors we will see Ratan Tata – Chairman Emeritus Tata Sons, Ronnie Screwvala – founder of Unilazer Ventures, Kunal Shah – founder Freecharge, Kunal Bahl – founder Snapdeal and Ritesh Agarwal – founder OYO Rooms.
The conclave will see over 1,500 delegates including Indian as well as Global CXOs, investors, policy makers, thought leaders and entrepreneurs.
Out of 200, the TiECON will sponsor the five most innovative startups to visit TiECON Silicon Valley and meet with its ecosystem partners.
Dhanpal Javeri, President of TiECON Mumbai said, “India ranks 130th amongst 189 countries when it comes to ease of doing business. However, this is set to change as our entrepreneurial ecosystem is witnessing a fundamental shift towards startup friendly policies. We at TiECON Mumbai will continue to contribute to this shift and nurture the thriving entrepreneur ecosystem.”
TiECON Mumbai 2016 is being organized by Nasscom, VC Circle and others. The conclave aims at bringing together entrepreneurs from both developed as well as emerging economies.
Source: ET Bureau