With Walmart’s investment of $16B in Flipkart, the startup ecosystem of India has proved it’s potential. Startup Jalsa – the biggest conference in India – touching thousands of startups every year – helps early stage startups access mentors and capital. International startups and corporates can no longer ignore India – and Startup Jalsa is the place to start.
We believe that the founders don’t only need financial capital, but also human capital to avoid mistakes which requires immense need to under guidance. For over 3 years, Startup Jalsa has seen the participation of some of the most successful traditional Indian businessmen like Rajiv Rattan of IndiaBulls, Arvind Vohra of Gionee, Ronnie Screwvala of UTV, furthermore, partnership with Indo European Business Forum that gives us unprecedented access into the minds of these legends to bring those insights into supporting the startup ecosystem.
Our focus is to help startups connect better with the investors and mentors the key to which is opening up to each other. A budding founder seeks just a few minutes on the calendar of an investor. That’s where we introduced Khopchas, unique spaces for private interactions. For the longest of time, Tier 1 cities have been the dictum for startup conferences. But, the delegates there are hasty to finish and leave. So, we moved to remote locations in Tier 2 cities which has the benefit of undistracted attention for full 2 days. With over three startups emerging every day, these cities made their grip in terms of a hospitable environment for startups.
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India’s fastest growing startup platform to provide aspiring founders a realistic support system to start their businesses, now in its 4th year. It is an IP of The Ideaz Factory
The Ideaz Factory, a premiere integrated marketing communication and corporate social responsibility organization and the brain behind Startup Jalsa