Startup Capitals, a thought-leadership conference that celebrates the innovation and startup ecosystem of cities that are making a mark on the world map, will be kicking off its India conference series in end October.
Following its first edition in Singapore earlier this year in May, the India series will witness two conferences in Delhi and Bangalore on October 27 and 29 respectively.
Inspired by the book titled 'Startup Capitals' - written by Singapore-based author and former journalist, Zafar Anjum - the conference aims to bring together all the stakeholders in a startup ecosystem, which includes entrepreneurs, business leaders, innovators, researchers and educational specialists, as well as government leaders and venture capitalists.
Besides serving as a platform for attendees to hear and interact with these thought-leaders and entrepreneurs through keynote addresses and panel discussions, this programme will also be showcasing the city's most innovative ideas and start-ups. Keen participants can log on to www.startupcapitals.com for a more detailed agenda.
Three more Indian cities - Mumbai, Kolkata and Hyderbad - will play host to the conferences in the first quarter of 2016.
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