Kerala Start-up Mission selected nine startups for funding at a two-day event targeted at increasing core female engagement in various businesses. The Kerala Startup Mission (KSUM) announced a grant of Rs five lakh each to Beena P S (OmicsGenLifeSciences), Sonia Mohandas (Waterchips Techno Solutions), Mariyam Vidhu Vijayan (Crink), Sunitha Faizal (Celebees Technologies), Nimisha J Vadakkan (Acemoney), Nisary Mahesh (Hubwords), Ashwathy Venugopal (Avasar (Nanograph).
Dr Usha Titus, IAS, CMD of the Additional Skill Acquisition Program, inaugurated the hybrid meet on Wednesday (retd). “Women should not wait for concessions; instead they must propose quality entrepreneurial projects that can provide immense service to customers,” she had said.
Startup events are a great way to accelerate the growth of the overall startup ecosystem. Running a startup can be breaking especially when you’re stuck and have no clue how to advance with your business plan. This is where startup events and conferences come in.
All India Council for robotics and automation is organizing the INDIAFIRST Tech startup conclave and awards supported by the Ministry of electronics and information technology that encourages technology startups and AICRA members to collaborate and create fruitful partnerships that greatly benefits both parties. This platform provides the opportunity for budding entrepreneurs to find and present their innovative ideas behind the startup before big investors. The tech startup conclave is scheduled to be held on the 17th and 18th of February. The conclave brings together the best breed of entrepreneurs, innovators, venture capitalists, government department representatives, business model creators, consultants, policymakers, academicians, support groups, business coaches, and business practitioners.