In autumn 2017, Alpha-Telemed, which enables home-monitoring of Parkinson’s patients, using a proprietary software, for the purpose of medication-adjustment, embarked unwittingly on an exciting & unpredictable journey with GINSEP – a journey that has lasted for well over 2 years and traversed 6 cities: Munich, Bangalore, New Delhi, Kolkata, Hannover & Berlin.
The start-up landscape of India has undergone major changes over the last decade. India’s under-penetrated market offers immense growth opportunities to new and budding start-ups.
However, before starting a business in India, it is important to select the right entity type. Each entity type has its pros and cons. Key consideration is to understand the limitation of each structure and balance the advantages and disadvantages while making an entry in India.
TATA Social Enterprise Challenge, is a joint initiative by the TATA group and the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (IIM Calcutta), a National Level challenge to find India’s most promising social enterprises. Also aimed at raising awareness about Social Entrepreneurship, TATA Social Enterprise Challenge aims to encourage the youth to step up to be the next generation of social entrepreneurs.
The Future of AI connects business and technology leaders, though conferences, events, and media, to provide them with the latest content and networking opportunities that support their growth and business strategies. Showcases of latest innovations, technologies and business models in AI are waiting and bringing together the leading companies, startups, investors, developers and tech giants for a chance to explore, learn and network together.
Bangalore has become a benchmark platform where startups, emerging business leaders, corporate executives, policy makers, investors, innovators & media houses converge to discuss, debate and develop ideas & engagements that build and shape the technology, innovation & entrepreneurship narrative in India.
Delivering high quality healthcare is a continuous challenge for all countries. As the digital transition accelerates across all scales, there is a massive opportunity for developing a vibrant healthcare innovation ecosystem between Germany and India. In fact, there are some clear pathways that can significantly augment approvals and commercialisation of new technologies and therapies, thereby supporting the healthcare systems to deliver better service to all.
With their theme “Indian Startups: Global Footprint”, TiE Global Summit 4.0 aims to explore how the Indian Ecosystem has matured and built synergies. The ecosystem and the connectivity – both local and global – are critical to the startups’ success.
Germany and India are longstanding partners - historically, culturally, politically and economically. In the early 2000s, the ‘Agenda for the Indo-German Partnership in the 21st Century’ was adopted by both countries that envisioned regular meetings of the state heads...
Authors: German Startups Association, https://deutschestartups.org/en/ When coming to Germany to start a business, it is useful to know some basic facts, which can help to put the new business place into perspective and manage everyday life more easily. National...
Author: Flo Oberhofer, http://www.make-in-india.de The target of this article is to give Indian startups a first insight into the German culture and its implications on business behaviour and attitudes. This article does not claim to be a single source of truth and...