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Startup Saturday - All about Funding and Pitching | Get-Set-HSX
From a tiny $550 million in 2010 to $14.5 billion in 2019, startups have come a long way in the past decade. With 24 unicorns and 155 soonicorns, We have the 3rd largest startup ecosystem in the world as well as the 3rd highest number of unicorns.
The number of investors backed startups, internet consumer base, interest from the non-ecosystem players like business men, political class has been on a steady rise. But, is it a must to raise funds to succeed?
We will cover topics ranging from How to Seek Early-Stage Funding That Won't Spoil Your Startup, Pitching to investors and everything in-between. We are also offering an opportunity to Startups and entrepreneurs to exhibit their product, Pitch their ideas and showcase their talent at SS to a high intellect audience.
The details are:
Venue: American Centre, 24 Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Near Barakhamba Metro Station, Delhi (Kindly refer to the general security regulations listed below at the end) Date: 11th January 2020 Time: 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
Speakers for the session:
1. Pallav Pandey:
Entrepreneur and Angel Investor | co-founder at FastFox
2. Rohit Jain:
Venture Capatalist | Partner at The Fundamentum Partnership.
3. Deepak Maheshwari :
Investment Banker, and Angel Investor.
4. Akshay Chaturvedi:
Founder & CEO at Leverage Edu, recently raised a $1.5 Million round.
5. Dr. Mansi Aggarwal:
Partner at Alkemi Venture Partners
6. Ashu Agrawal :
Investor and Mentor| Director- Founder Institute
7. Garima Mitra:
Co-founder at Treelife Consulting
Please note, for entry to the American Centre, Kindly refer to the general security regulations listed below:
Please carry valid photo identification in the original with you for entry. Photocopies of IDs will not be accepted.
Laptops, power banks, iPads, tablets, flash drives, cameras and other electronic items are not allowed within the American Center and there is no place to store these.
Mobile phones are allowed within the American Center.
The American Center is a two-minute walk from the Barakhamba Road Metro Station.
For security reasons, photography through mobile phones or any other devices is prohibited.
American Center does not provide parking on its premises
. All visitors may be featured in photos or video to be used for promotional purposes or on social media by the American Center or the U.S. Embassy