Entrepreneurship continues to thrive in India even during a constrained funding environment. For, lack of funds cannot dampen the spirit of an entrepreneur. If you are someone who believes in your idea and are committed to it, but cannot reach out to the right kind of investors, who will not only buy into your idea but also mentor you, advise you and hold your hand on the path to success, then The Delhi Edition of Techcircle Startup is the platform for you.
After the hugely successful Bengaluru edition of Techcircle Startup, held on 28 April, the event has come to the National Capital with the clear objective of bridging the gap between budding entrepreneurs and seasoned investors. The event will connect those starting out their journey in business with a network of investors who, besides funds, have got vast experience and expertise in how to execute business strategy even during difficult and challenging times.
Being one of the leading conferences catering to the upcoming startup ecosystem in India, the event will also provide unique opportunities for both established and upcoming startups to connect with Angel and Venture Capital investors along with the exclusive opportunity to discuss their ideas and business propositions.
Few specific issues to be addressed at the conference:
- Bitter & Better – New rules for startups
- From an Investor’s Lens: Is “Series A” funding no more the focus?
- Angels in the Driving Seat: How far will they go?
- Business Valuations: Key to ensuring long-term sustainability
- Venture debt, micro VCs, alumni networks and much more
Other attractions: Exclusive talks by a child prodigy and celebrities on their learnings in the startup ecosystem in India.
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