Start-ups are still considered a man’s territory. The challenge for women to make inroads into what is thought of as a predominantly male domain is huge. However, as many pioneering startups have shown, there are many opportunities hidden in this challenge, and if you tap the right opportunities, they will yield phenomenal dividends.
The Start-up India initiative aims to boost startups and innovation in India. It seeks to remove various hurdles that could affect the growth of start-up companies in the country. The Action Plan for the Start-up India program has recently been unveiled. Read on and we’ll give you an overview of a few of the key factors that are included in the Action Plan.
Celebrating the energy and entrepreneurial spirit of India’s youth. That is the stated intention and mission of the ‘Startup India’ programme initiated by the Government of India. This programme can be viewed as a landmark convergence of ideas, insights, and decisions, with policymakers, entrepreneurs, and stakeholders across the length and breadth of India’s start-up ecosystem congregating for the event.