One of the most event startup fests in South India will spring up in March this year in Visakhapatnam, the IT and Commerce capital of Andhra Pradesh
Chandrababu Naidu to inaugurate StartAP Festival at Rushikonda on March 5th
Fifteen new companies have been shortlisted among 55 applicants to pitch their thoughts before a board of funding and angel investors at the second version of StartAP Festival being sorted out here on March 5 and 6. Andhra Pradesh Cheif Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu will initiate the event, the biggest being held post-bifurcation on
The organizers selected 15 pitchers in view of their innovative ideas. Every one of them will be given a chance to clarify their plan before the investors.
The title occasion accomplices are Innovation Society, Government of Andhra Pradesh and OMICS International. Around 1,000 to 1200 entrepreneurs students and trying business visionaries from over the State are required to go to the meeting being hosted adrift confronting Saipriya Resorts.
The main two pitchers will be selected by the jury for a money honor of separately Rs.1 lakh and Rs.50,000. A few strange sessions like ‘gyan by beach’ are planned with an aim to recognize innovators, thinkers, and practitioners to learn and share.
As Per Hindu Reports “This is being structured by unique style to build up the startup biological community. We are exceptionally content with the reaction to our drive,” StartAP Fest CEO Siddharth Marupeddi told.
He said StartAP was a development for making a stage empower new businesses with the supports of the State government – the first to dispatch a startup arrangement. “It will be an excursion of enthusiasm, vision and business enterprise and about how a positive biological community can renew the economy,” he said. The tag of the fest is ‘StartAP Andhrapreneurship.”
“Visakhapatnam is the biggest city and IT center point of AP. We are glad that occasions like this will encourage organizing among every one of those included in empowering business among youths,” CEO of Startup Moksha (a hatchery for new companies) T. Vasudeva Rao said.