IFTSC 2022: That’s a Wrap for India’s most influential startup event.

IFTSC 2022 witnessed Startup presentations, keynote sessions, and new product launches.

AICRA signed MoU with Boston India Pvt ltd and AISECT.

India’s largest and most influential startup event, “India First Tech startup conclave & awards 2022” organized by the All India Council for Robotics & automation under the India startup mission winds up its second chapter in the Silicon Valley of India- “Bengaluru”. The event kicked off on the 8th of June with more than 100 exhibitor companies including emerging tech startups that featured several innovative products and services. The India First Tech Startup conclave and awards 2022: Bengaluru chapter highlighted the latest transformative technologies in the tech startup ecosystem, such as Artificial intelligence, Machine learning, Drone technologies as well as some new categories. The event concluded on Thursday, 9th of June 2022 following two days filled with keynote discussions and the unveiling of innovations that will help better the growth and development of the Indian tech startup ecosystem.

India’s first tech startup conclave and awards promote technology startups to find a space for themselves and create beneficial partnerships with industry giants and technology behemoths. It is an opportunity for newbies to meet and connect with business leaders and policymakers to accelerate their start-up’s growth in the right direction. After the successful first edition of the event, IFTSC came to Bengaluru welcoming well over several attendees in person. The conclave was truly a global event representing leaders and experts around the world.

The honorable IT minister of Karnataka Shri Dr.Ashwath Narayan C.N.(Minister for IT/BT, Science & Technology, Electronics, Higher Education, Skill Development, Entrepreneurship & Livelihood, Government of Karnataka) was the chief guest of the event and the stage also featured leaders from the central and state governments. Top executives delivered addresses including Shri S. Somanath (Chairman ISRO, Secretary DOS) and Shri Rajesh Kumar Pathak (SECRETARY, TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT BOARD DEPT. OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY GOVT. OF INDIA).

The keynote stage of the event had witnessed discussions on building a startup ecosystem by understanding the state’s vision of technologies and current challenges for startups in India. The session included representatives from different states. The event also addressed the Technology Innovations and their integration across Industries by some honorable speakers sharing their views.

During the event, the All-India Council for robotics & automation announced their upcoming initiative to set up the center of excellence for artificial intelligence in the city of Bengaluru. The organization signed off two MoU with Boston india pvt ltd and AISECT. Adding to the excitement, the organizers also announced a fund corpus of 100 Cr for promoting new-age startups.

“IFTSC 2022: Bengaluru chapter has been incredible; the platform gave life to the technological innovations in the tech startup ecosystem of our country. These transformative technologies will reshape the sector and will provide solutions for all the current challenges. Said Rajkumar Sharma, President at AICRA. ” We at AICRA are proud to host such events that will ensure the sustainability of the startup sector. The IFTSC floor was buzzed with the joy of innovation experiences.” He added.

When the curtain is downed for the IFTSC Bengaluru chapter, all we have seen is a platform for startups to find the right opportunities, collaborate, forge partnerships, make deals and grow in their businesses. The event provided everything that you need to find a space in the ever-growing market and redefine the future.

All further updates regarding the event are available in the official online portal of IFTSC https://indiafirststartup.com/index#schedule

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