National Startup Day gives hope to entrepreneurs
New Delhi: India will mark January 16 as “National Startup Day”, Prime Minister Narendra said on Saturday.
“In order for the culture of start-ups to reach the most remote regions of the country, it has been decided to celebrate January 16 as the “National Start-up Day”, the Prime Minister said while addressing the start-ups. ups across the country.
“Design and Construct welcomes the Honorable Prime Minister’s decision to declare January 16 National Startup Day. The Honorable Prime Minister’s decision will encourage and bring about a new revolution in the start-up ecosystem. It will encourage entrepreneurs to contribute to an ever-growing economy, deliver innovative solutions and transform people’s lives. India is ready to have a global impact as the government has introduced many policies that will encourage start-ups to realize their dreams and visions globally,” said Spokesperson Priyadarshi Mishra, CEO/Founder of Design & Construct.
This is indeed a great time for startups in India.
“As a startup, we at Diamond Drops warmly welcome this initiative (January 16 Startup Day) and believe it will help create an environment of recognition and position India as an innovative and technological business destination. Encouraging entrepreneurship is the first step towards autonomy. Our innovative hygiene and water purification products are indeed a testament to bridging the gap between technology and vision to protect our environment and improve the way of life. We hope to make a huge impact in the areas of hygiene and drinking water by growing our start-up in the years to come,” said Harish HP, Founder and CEO of Diamond Drops.
Vimal Sharma, Founder-Director and CEO of SMOOR said: “It is indeed the best boost for the start-up economy to see our honorable Prime Minister supporting it with his support and also a day for honoring us start-ups India is now in the Top 3 global markets in terms of customers using technology as well as e-commerce Growing brands like us are building on this momentum and have ambitious growth plans given the digital revolution. This ‘Techade’ is definitely a turning point in India’s growth story and we are delighted to play our small part in it.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with more than 150 startups on January 15 to boost the startup ecosystem in the country, the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) said.
The Prime Minister said that 2022 has brought more new opportunities for India’s start-up sector and the organization of Start-Up India Innovation Week is also significant in India’s 75th year of independence.
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