Friday, April 19, 2024
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Start Up

As the winter chill tightened its grip on India's startup ecosystem in 2023, resulting in the lowest count of startups, entrepreneurs, and investors suggest that the decline cannot be solely attributed to the funding downturn

AI and automation adoption can unlock substantial time, freeing employees to focus on deep work and higher-value tasks

Minister of Social Welfare Shubhash Phal Dessai, President of Special Olympics Bharath Dr. Mallika Nadda, MLA of Bicholim Dr. Chandrakant Shetye, and Member of Goa Legislative Assembly Jennifer Monserrate attended the workshop

Innovation is the cornerstone of a start-up's ethos, but in 2024, it's imperative that this innovation is pragmatic. Innovate with purpose and clarity to address genuine market gaps

Funding in India's tech start-up ecosystem in 2023 has been the lowest in the last five years, with a total of $7 billion received, dropping India's global ranking from 4th to 5th place

It gives the company access informative courses through the NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute, preferred pricing on NVIDIA hardware and software, cloud credits and technological assistance

The start-up incubator launched T-Bridge to facilitate global market access and introduced T-Scale program to guide 25 start-ups through a 12-month journey to Series-A readiness

When considering venture debt funds, start-ups must thoroughly analyze the associated costs, terms, and other factors. Venture debt is a favorable financing option, particularly for companies in the growth phase

By collaborating with respective state governments and expanding into new locations, STPI plans to provide mentorship and training to budding entrepreneurs in tier 2 and 3 cities

The fund will adhere to ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) principles and support start-ups in the pre-Series A and Series A funding stages