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Innovative startups, top early stage investors converge for power-packed #TCLIVE Delhi

Innovative startups, top early stage investors converge for power-packed #TCLIVE Delhi

More than two dozen curated startups building innovative solutions that leverage emerging technologies will pitch their ideas to some of the country’s top venture capital investors on Wednesday, November 6, when the Delhi chapter of TechCircle LIVE gets underway. 

The 25-odd shortlisted startups will showcase their solutions in closed-door sessions to investors such as Sumit Keshan, managing partner at Wipro Consumer Care Ventures; Mukul Singhal, founder and managing director at Pravega Ventures; Padmaja Ruparel, founding partner at IAN Fund; Sajith Pai, director at Blume Ventures; Sanjay Mehta, founding partner at 100X.VC, Karan Mohla, partner at Chiratae Ventures; and many more.

Further, about 10 startups will get an exclusive opportunity to showcase their businesses to select angel investors.  

The event will feature a keynote by Jaspreet Bindra on ‘Frontier Technologies and Digital Transformation’. Bindra is a thought leader in digital transformation and author of The Tech Whisperer, which offers an inside view into how enterprises can use digital transformation to achieve greater success.

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Keshan, a private equity veteran, will be also be part of a panel on ‘The Next Startup Wave and Future Unicorns’. The other speakers on the panel are IAN’s Ruparel, Blume’s Pai, Massive Fund managing partner Shailesh Vickram Singh, and Bhaskar Dasgupta, Associate Director, market development financial services regulatory authority, Abu Dhabi Global Market.

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Mathur, venture partner at Bharat Innovation Fund, deep-tech focused investor, is part of another panel on ‘The Age of Specialist Technology Investors’. He will be joined by Pravega’s Singhal, Chiratae’s Mohla and Sistema Asia Capital’s Dhruv Kapoor.

The final panel at the event focuses on angel investing — March of the Angels — and will feature 100X.VC’s Sanjay Mehta, Stride Ventures founder Sunil Kalra, angel investor Vikas Kuthiala and YourNest executive director Girish Shivani.

The Delhi chapter of the event follows the one held earlier in June this year in Bengaluru. 

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