The third and final US-India Startup Forums will be host more than a dozen investors from the United States, among them Angels, VCs and funds investing in pre-Series A and Series A. The mission of the American Bazaar’s three-city US-India Startup Forums is to contribute to this effort by connecting US investors with Indian startups. The American investors attending the Forums will get a first-hand experience of India’s startup ecosystem, while Indian startup founders and early-stage entrepreneurs will find a platform to listen to, interact and network with the US investors. One of the main highlights of the Mumbai Forum…
Eduwhiz in collaboration with Eventum is bringing a complete refreshers workshop on Digital Marketing. The event is for all the students, entrepreneurs, SMEs, Marketing Managers and everyone who is passionate to get their hands into the world of Digital Marketing.
“Internet of things India Expo 2017”(IoTIe) will bring together IoT ecosystem including hardware, services, software and governing bodies. It will cover development areas and future of IoT in India including Smart Cities, Wearables, Design applications, enablers, Industrial IoT, data analytics. It will be supported by conferences, business meetings, startup showcase and investors insights. It is the India’s premier business platform to enhance knowledge, share ideas, networking and plan for future
Eduwhiz is organizing an event for startups to get mentored by Investors & professionals themselves and learn from their experience. Discussed topics include crowdfunding as a platform to get funding, taking your startup from initial stage to a successful business and insights from VC’s on how to prepare investor ready pitch decks.
Alibaba, the world’s largest ecommerce company, is leading an investment round of between INR 1,350 crore and Rs 1,700 crore in the online retail marketplace of Paytm. Alipay, the payments affiliate of Alibaba, and investment firm SAIF Partners have also participated in the deal which is expected to value the online marketplace — spun out of parent company One97 Communications — at over $1billion.