Techcircle DEMO India 2013, to be held on March 20 and 21 in Bengaluru, will revolutionise the way Indian technology products are launched and showcased to the entire world – investors, corporate customers, strategic acquirers and the global media.
The event also features a concurrent conference that endeavours to put across the table insights from industry stalwarts. This will include an assortment of keynote addresses, panel discussions, entrepreneur interviews and industry-specific sessions. Discussions will happen around future of technology entrepreneurship, building billion-dollar technology companies and specific sessions on enterprise & consumer technology, among others.
Throughout its 22 years of existence, DEMO has earned a reputation for consistently showcasing disruptive innovations that will change the way we use technology. Companies that debuted at DEMO raised well over $4.5 billion in the past five years. And more than 50 firms have been acquired by tech giants including Adobe, Cisco, Google, Microsoft, Motorola, Nokia, Symantec, Viacom and Yahoo.
At DEMO India, a hand-picked class of new products will be introduced for the first time to a 300-plus audience comprising India and Silicon Valley-based investors, corporate acquirers, strategic partners, buyers, media people and prolific bloggers. Each selected company will be given six minutes on the DEMO stage to demonstrate how its product will disrupt the markets it serves.
The sooner you apply, the better your chances are to be selected, as the DEMO production team will get to spend more time on your company profile. For more details, contact Ayushi or Varun at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0120-4171111 or visit the Techcircle DEMO India 2013 website.
Techcircle DEMO India 2013 Demonstrator Launch Rates
For Pre-Revenue Companies – Standard fee: Rs 75,000 (plus taxes)
For Angel-Funded/Non-VC-Funded Companies – Standard fee: Rs 1.5 lakh (plus taxes)
For VC-Funded/Established Companies/MNCs – Standard fee: Rs 3 lakh (plus taxes)
Click here to apply now.
(Edited by Sanghamitra Mandal)