Techcircle.in, an enabler of India’s startup ecosystem for a decade through the VCCircle Network, is happy to announce its Mumbai edition of Techcircle Startup 2015 on December 17. This follows two sold-out startup events earlier this year in Delhi and Bengaluru.
Mumbai is now the third-biggest home to startups in the country, with Powai leading the way. The startup ecosystem in the city is showing impressive trends and developments. A combination of technical skills, business colleges and risk-taking abilities nurtured by many angels and financial backers has made India’s financial capital an ideal place for budding entrepreneurs.
Techcircle Startup 2015 is your ultimate guide to the startup ecosystem in and around Mumbai and Pune. The event will bring together early-stage startups, current and potential investors, angels, seed funds, incubators, accelerators, mentors and India’s most active VC and PE funds.
The event will provide a unique opportunity to a limited number of startups to showcase their ventures to active angel investors, VCs, mentors and startup enthusiasts. It will also feature unique sessions like Startup Walkabouts, Startup Fair, Spot Hire and Entrepreneur-Investor meet-up.
Attend Techcircle Startup 2015 to take part in the pitching session, showcase your ideas, hire the right talent and let the world know about you.
For the full agenda, click here.
The event will include panel discussions and entrepreneur talks on the following topics:
- Food-tech: Scale up or go under?
- E-groceries: Is there life beyond introductory discounts?
- FinTech: Technology and the unbanked
- Hyperlocal services: Can it go beyond groceries/food?
- Digital content: The key behind creating sticky content.
- Budget stays: Mapping the sweet spot
- Is angel/Series A investment the benchmark of success?
- Salaam Bombay: Why stay in Mumbai, despite the likes of Quikr.
To participate, register now or write to Kanika at email@example.com/ or call 0120-4171111.
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