From 19th July till 29th July, “IEEE Make in India Entrepreneurship Boot Camp 2017” was conducted at the BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore. On 25th July 2017, Ms. Amrita Gandikota and Mr. Uygar Gedik from the Indo-German Chamber attended the bootcamp comprising 30 Start-ups that are being mentored.
A presentation on “De-coding Indo-German Start-up Culture” was presented along with key highlights of the Start-up Asia Berlin Project by Ms. Amrita Gandikota. Part of their presentation at the BMS College contained the introduction of IGCC start-up services and activities, ideas to help their partners to explore one of the fastest growing contemporary start-up ecosystems in the world, helping investors and corporates to meet and network with start-ups. Furthermore, to scout the best start-ups in various domains in India for corporates and utilize the international market entry supports.
The main objectives of the Start-up Asia Berlin project are to create a strong international hub network for start-ups, to enable communication and information exchange between the regions and participants and to simplify access into foreign markets and cities for start-ups by connecting them with multiple local partners abroad and also providing mentorship programs. The Indo German Chamber of Commerce, Bangalore is the official partner of the SUAB project in India.
The bootcamp gave IGCC an opportunity to share with the participants IGCC Startup initiatives and the objectives of SUAB. At the end of the event, the facilitators were presented a memento and a sapling, as a token of gratitude.