UBER chief Travis to offer startup tips at IIT-B on 19th January
Next time someone asks you “from which country you are?” take pride and say India. People of India have worked really hard to change the perception world had of us. The changing world has helped entrepreneurs in India do things they always wanted to do. The contemporary world respects us for what we are creating and not for what we were.
Being the third largest startup community in the world, seeking more than 100 USD million every week as investment in startups and improving ranks on varied scales are signs that India has changed, for better.
Hundreds of CEOs and Founders are visiting India and are trying to establish the foot of their business in India. We all know how amazingly Facebook tried to establish its rule in India and we all know how UBER and Amazon have changed the way people in India travel and shop.
UBER’s founder and CEO, Travis Kalanick, is here in India to attend the Startup India Standup India summit. UBER is planning to go big in India. UBER has already reduced their rates and are acquiring huge benefits from the Indian Market.
Looking forward, Travis aims to help Indian startups scale and become one of the best companies in the world. Taking forward the Digital India program, Travis will also be sharing insights on how UBER functions in varied parts of the world.
The motive of Travis visit to Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay is to talk about building successful businesses from scratch. Travis is here to sign important deals with Indian government and invest in India.
Uber is also partnering with ‘Invest India’, an initiative under the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, and has already launched ‘UberExchange’, a startup mentorship program.
UberExchange is going to be one of the most loved incubation programs in India. The increasing needs of such incubation centers will find the requisite boost. Travis will be sharing important information related to the said incubation program at IIT-Bombay.
16th January is going to be the most important date in the history of Indian startup. The new rules and the reformed policies are going to help people do things they always wanted to do in much liberal way. The changing paradigms are going to be very appreciated because government has acquired input from entrepreneurs and common people working in these startups.