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Indian Chamber of Commerce’s start-up week to be held in October

The platform aims to help the budding entrepreneurs to hone their start-up business knowledge and learn from the experienced industry experts

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Indian Chamber of Commerce’s start-up week to be held in October

Indian Chamber of commerce (ICC) and its initiative India Start-up Week, a weeklong interactive session for investors, state government, and start-ups will commence from 4th October 2021.

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The platform aims to help the budding entrepreneurs to hone their start-up business knowledge and learn from the experienced industry experts. It will focus on sectors like finance, education, agriculture, healthcare, defence, real estate, and EVs.

India Startup Week is likely to see a virtual footfall of about 200 organizations which would be a mix of startups, investors, angel investors, budding entrepreneurs and the like.

“With the right use of technology, we hope to see innovative minds coming forward. The objective of Indian Chamber of Commerce is to create the right platform for these young minds, so that ideas get a better shape and a proper channel to prosper,” Vikash Agarwal, President, Indian Chamber of Commerce, said.

Other countries like Nigeria, Russia and South Africa will participate. This platform is that the registered start-ups will also get an opportunity to pitch to the investors.