Startups have become the engine for innovation-fueled economic recovery, reorientation, and growth for nations around the world. Startup20 is the first of its kind official engagement group initiated under the Indian presidency of the G20 2023. The engagement group would act as the voice of the global startup ecosystem bringing together varied stakeholders on a common platform.
Startups need a thriving and favorable environment to scale rapidly; policies, frameworks and regulations at the national and international platforms need to keep pace with innovation. The Startup20 Engagement Group would create a global narrative for supporting startups and enabling synergies between startups, corporates, investors, innovation agencies and other key ecosystem stakeholders.
Startups impact and improve existing markets through innovative products and services or may introduce create new markets for existing solutions through innovative business models. Startups work in diverse markets and sectors leading to multiple definitions being adopted defining them and their work across geographies.
Create equal opportunity for startup founders irrespective of gender, race, class, creed to significantly expand the pool of startups and encourage alternate school of thoughts developed through different experiences.
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The Startup-20 Engagement Group, initiated under India’s presidency of G20 in 2023, aspires to create a global narrative for supporting startups and enabling synergies between startups, corporates, investors, innovation agencies and other key ecosystem stakeholders.
India’s G20 presidency is an opportunity to demonstrate how the country’s unique model of digital public infrastructure and startup ecosystem can be taken to the rest of the world, G20 Sherpa Amitabh Kant said in an interview.
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India proposes new group at G-20 level for startups
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Prashanth is from Bangalore and began investing in the Indian technology startup landscape in 2004 through Erasmic Venture...