Meet innovative startups at Techcircle Startup 2012; focus on live funding & co-founder dating
India’s most innovative and disruptive startups are attending Techcircle Startup 2012 to learn from and share notes with the country’s top entrepreneurs, like-minded peers, and angel & early-stage investors. The event will be held on Dec 11 at Le Méridien in Delhi.
Speakers from highly innovative and disruptive tech companies across hot segments like e-commerce, software, mobile, cloud and consumer services will join the startup summit for meaningful conversations based on hands-onexperience, instead of run-of-the-mill company presentations. In addition, there will be angel and venture capital investors who are looking to spot the next big thing in the Indian startup ecosystem.
If you are a startup with a highly innovative technology or a beta product, have some market traction (such as a big customer or two) and have a small team, you can apply for Live Funding. We will shortlist 15 companies from the applications we receive and during the event, they can make a pitch to India’s most prominent investors and receive instant funding commitment.
Five out of the 15 presenting companies have an opportunity to receive live funding to the tune of Rs 5-25 lakh from India’s most prominent angel investors. What’s more, those investors will transfer the funds in a week, after completing the necessary documentation and formalities. Once shortlisted, the Techcircle team will work closely with the startup team to refine the pitch to be made to the investors at Startup 2012.
So rush your applications before Nov 30. Click to download the Live Funding application form.
Here, we will connect like-minded entrepreneurs who are seeking other co-founders for their businesses. You can meet a co-founder with a tech background or from verticals like marketing, finance or operations.
To apply for Co-Founder Dating, please click .
In addition, we have a full-day programme featuring insightful fireside chats to discover startup challenges and opportunities; five mistakes startups make & how to avoid them; how internet entrepreneurship has evolved from the 1990s till date; parallel entrepreneurship in India – what gets an entrepreneur going and the pitfalls to avoid; building world class tech and sales teams; raising capital for your startup; making most of the Indian accelerator ecosystem building a global vision for your company and many other relevant topics.
Some of the prominent speakers joining the startup event include:
Aloke Bajpai – CEO, iXiGO
Amar Goel – Founder & Chairman, Komli Media India
Anupama Arya – Co-founder, The Hatch
Harish Bahl – Founder & CEO, Smile Interactive
Mukund Mohan – CEO, Microsoft Accelerator & active angel investor
Vijay Anand – Founder & CEO, The Startup Centre
Vijay Shekhar Sharma – CMD, One97 Communications Ltd
Vishwanath Alluri – Founder & Chairman, IMImobile
Sanjeev Bikhchandani – Founder & Vice-Chairman, Info Edge Ltd
Watch this space for more updates on new entrepreneur-speakers joining the summit.
Block your seat now and avail our special early bird discount. Contact Sandeep at 0120-4171111 or write to us at email@example.com.
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