Starups are often the first to adopt disruptive and innovative technologies. This makes them ideal to lead social and economic transformation. India, too, has a number of startups that are not just making an impact on the business landscape but are also giving back to the society.
The Bengaluru edition of Techcircle Startup, to be held on April 28, will look at how startups are generating employment through unique business models and empowering both skilled and unskilled individuals. A panel of entrepreneurs at the event will also seek to discuss in detail how startups can enhance their reach in the social sector and create a meaningful impact.
The topic of the panel discussion is ‘Starting Up For A Cause: Can startups bring about social change’. The discussion will be moderated by Srivatsa Krishna, secretary in the Karnataka government’s e-governance department and chairman of Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development and Finance Corporation. Roopa Ambekar, founder and managing director, Uber Medspa & Style Lounge; Vandana Suri, founder, Taxshe; and Saurabh Adeeb, head of operations and partnerships, The/Nudge Foundation; will be the other panelists.
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