India’s GDP has grown at an average of about 7% for the next 3 decades and is poised to becoming the 3rd largest economy in the world by 2030. Despite this phenomenal growth, healthcare is one sector that lagged significantly behind.
Open to participants from 23 countries, the winners from each country will win an all-expense-paid 5 day trip to Tel Aviv to take part in a startup ‘boost-camp’, and attend the DLD Tel Aviv Innovation Festival. Apply now!
Applications for the Qualcomm Design in India Challenge closes today. #QDIC is the best showcase for your idea or product that will bring in the future. Win access to the Qualcomm Innovation Lab in Bengaluru and Hyderabad, Qualcomm technology and assistance from tech experts, and up to $75K in prize money. Apply today! #DesignIndia
Shubham Rai did not give up after he failed in his first attempt to become entrepreneur. Rather, he went back to the corporate world to build a strong network he could leverage in his subsequent attempt.
The funding frenzy is over. The euphoria about startups is settling down to realistic levels. The focus is now firmly on building solid business models and disruptive, sustainable products and services that make a difference, make a mark, and make it matter.