Startup India Innovation Week is being organized from 10th to 16th January 2023 by the Department of Industrial Promotion and Domestic Trade (DPIIT), Ministry of Commerce and Industry, to celebrate India’s startup ecosystem and National Startup Day (16th January 2023). .
Startup India Innovation Week 2023 will include knowledge sharing sessions for entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs and other enablers as well as engagement of key stakeholders in the startup ecosystem such as government officials, incubators, corporates and investors.
Additionally, as part of the Independence Ka Amrit Mahotsav celebration, various start-up related events will be held at over 75 locations across the country to foster the spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation by engaging the start-up community from coast to coast.
Among these events, we can mention specific training workshops for women entrepreneurs, incubator training, training workshops, stakeholder roundtables, conferences, capacity building workshops and startup meetings.
Additionally, to commemorate National Startup Day on January 16, 2023, DPIIT is hosting an event to felicitate the winners of the National Startup Awards 2022, a flagship initiative under Startup India. The ceremony awards excellence to startups and ecosystem enablers in various sectors, sub-sectors and categories.
India Startup Innovation Week 2023 seeks to engage the stakeholders of the startup ecosystem across the country from January 10 to January 16, 2023 to foster the spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation in India.
To tackle the challenges of the pandemic, Indian startups have come up with innovative ideas and new solutions. India’s thriving startup ecosystem is constantly innovating, evolving and expanding. India, a country plagued by poverty and a rapidly growing population, is in dire need of innovative solutions.
First published on: 07 Jan 2023, 00:24 IST
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