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INDIA GLOBAL FORUM TO BRING TOGETHER LEADERS OF NEW UNICORNS AND UNION MINISTERS

by Juhi Tripathi

Date & Time: Mar 07, 2022 5:18 PM

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HIGHLIGHTS:
  • India Global Forum (IGF) will bring together notable faces
  • This event will be held in Bengaluru on March 7-8, 2022
  • The India Global Forum will give a venue for deep dives into the New India Inc. Techade

The annual summit of the India Global Forum (IGF) will bring together notable faces of tech-driven disruption and unicorn club members, as well as Union ministers, lawmakers, and global business executives.

Overview:

This event will be held in Bengaluru on March 7-8, 2022. The IGF workshops are designed to assist young entrepreneurs in setting new goals and addressing key global concerns while also giving an unprecedented chance for networking. Unicorns, start-ups, and the growth spurred by new-age enterprises will be discussed in depth at the forum. The India Global Forum in Bengaluru will give a venue for deep dives into the New India Inc. Techade.

What are the benefits of attending this event?

The IGF, an agenda-setting platform for international business and global leaders, offers firms and politicians a range of ways to interact with stakeholders in their respective sectors.

Who are the Participants

The IGF Bengaluru will be attended by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Minister of State for External Affairs and Culture Meenakshi Lekhi, Minister of State for Information Technology Rajeev Chandrasekhar, as well as industry executives and famous CEOs. Up to 30 CEOs and founders are expected to attend.

Start-up environment in India

According to the Economic Survey 2021-22, India has 83 unicorns worth USD 277.77 billion as of January 14. The country added a record 44 unicorns in 2021, surpassing the United Kingdom to become the world's third-largest unicorn country, after the United States and China. Eight Indian start-ups have joined the coveted unicorn club this year, indicating that the number of unicorns in India may skyrocket in the months ahead.

In the previous two years, unicorns and start-ups have been at the centre of India's economic growth storey. The world is looking to 'New India' for start-up investments in a range of industries, including fintech, edtech, and healthcare, and the country is on the verge of a digital economy and a tech-driven revolution.

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