India’s startup ecosystem is going through a transition. This is evident from changes in investment patterns, valuations and startups’ business strategies. While the market still sees multitude of emerging startups, the common sentiment is that investors are becoming more realistic and cautious in approach.
The Delhi edition of TechCircle Startup summit comes against this backdrop. The day-long conference will focus on the theme “conserve, grow or perish”. It will discuss critical issues such as whether angels are now in the driving seat, new rules for startups, venture debt, micro VCs, and the role of academics in boosting entrepreneurship.
Vineet Nayar, a renowned tech guru, former CEO of HCL Technologies and the founder of Sampark Foundation, is one of the eminent personalities who will speak at the event. Nayar will share his thoughts on a possible road map for startups and investors in constantly evolving environment.
With innovation being the spine of the entire startup ecosystem, there is no better person than Nayar to provide knowledge on how budding entrepreneurs can merge innovation and business to create the correct market product fit.
Described by some as a “maverick CEO”, Nayar is known for his unconventional management philosophies, radical outlook, brutally honest viewpoints and career report cards that consists of incubating a billion-dollar company and turning around a global IT services major with 600% growth in market value and 500% growth in revenue. He is also the author of the highly acclaimed management book Employees First, Customers Second: Turning Conventional Management Upside Down.
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