The star-studded event in Bangalore, which also hosts a galaxy of business leaders, entrepreneurs, investors and policymakers, marks the eighth edition of the country’s most coveted award for entrepreneurial excellence. increase.
Labor Minister Goyal, Minister of Commerce and Industry, Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, and Textiles, and Minister of Labor, Railways, Telecommunications, Electronics and Information Technology Vaishnaf, will join Prime Minister Bommai in the powerful rally.
For the technology and start-up sectors to play a key role in achieving India’s goal of becoming a $5 trillion economy by 2025, it will need to work closely with policymakers and governments.
Goyard’s industry interactions at the ceremony provide insight into the government’s drive to attract foreign investment to the country amid a global rush to diversify supply chains and manufacturing in a post-pandemic world. is expected to provide
At the high-octane event, entrepreneurs and investors can also expect important updates on important upcoming legislation, such as the draft Telecommunications Bill, the revised Personal Data Protection Bill, and recent changes to IT regulations. All of these can have a direct impact on Score’s business operations. A number of domestic start-ups, in addition to large Internet and telecom companies.
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India is the third largest startup ecosystem after the US and China.
The winners of these elite awards for startup excellence were selected on October 28th at a virtual conference that lasted over two hours. An excellent panel of judges, led by Infosys CEO and MD Salil Parekh, selected winners in nine categories from a shortlist of 45 nominees.
Bangalore-based online payment solutions company Razorpay takes top honors as Startup of the Year, while Nykaa founder and CEO Falguni Nayar wins the newly launched CEO of the Year category. Awarded. Accel partner Shekhar Kirani won the Midas Touch Award for Best Investor.
Other top industry leaders participating in jury deliberations include Shailendra Singh, M.D., Sequoia of India and Southeast Asia. Hemant Taneja, MD, General Catalyst. The founder and CEO of Freshworks Inc. is Girish Mathrubootham. Arundhati Bhattacharya, CEO of Salesforce India. Sriharsha Majety, co-founder and CEO of Swiggy. Sahil Barua, co-founder and CEO of Delhivery. He is Satyan Gajwani, Vice Chairman of Times Internet Ltd. Lizzie Chapman, co-founder and CEO of ZestMoney. and InfoEdge co-founder Sanjeev Bikhchandani.
The jury awarded the prize to Bootstrap Champ to Noise, a smart wearables brand that is generating significant revenue and profit, while the Top Innovator award went to Bangalore-based cell therapy company Eyestem.
Cloud telephony platform Exotel was named the winner in the Comeback Kid category and Solinas Integrity, a deep tech company founded in IIT Madras and developing robotic solutions for the pipeline and sanitary industry, was ruled Best on Campus. Smita Deorah, Co-CEO of Lead, an edtech company, won the Woman Ahead category, and Banyan Nation, a plastic recycling start-up, won the social enterprise award.