Lufthansa Airlines and The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) organised the second edition of Start up Expo on 23 August at GoWork, Gurugram to bring together investors, mentors, business experts, industry partners, government agencies, corporates on the same platform.
The event includes over 75 investors, 100 partners, 500 mentors, 250 startup that highlighted on expert workshops, gain mentorship, engage with government organizations, network with potential partners, customers and followed by the nationwide SME mentorship camps in nine cities.
The Start-up Expo witnessed 2,000 startups participation in these workshops and offers an opportunity to engage and draw inspiration from mentors and business experts.
Wolfgang Will, Senior Director, South Asia, Lufthansa Passenger Airlines, said,“Entrepreneurship is the driving factor of the Indian economy.”
India is the third largest base for startups that is witnessing a YoY growth of 10%-12% and is expected to grow by 2.2X till 2020, according to an industry report.