Last week Inc42 hosted its invite-only tech party Pulse42 in Bengaluru with over 100 tech enthusiasts in attendance. Pulse42 was all about bringing ‘The Pulse of Tech’ outside sterile meeting rooms and to a more vibrant atmosphere with food, drinks, music and quirky conversations in India’s tech capital. The fun equation overpowered the exhaustion of the week and was a great convergence of like-minded techie-entrepreneurs.
Another major event past week was Facebook’s F8 conference. Though touted as a developer-focused conference, Facebook spent much of F8 discussing privacy upgrades, how the company is improving its social impact, and a series of new initiatives on the consumer and enterprise side.
With a new week upon us, we bring you all the upcoming startup events. Mark your calendars!
SAARC Startup Summit 2019 aims to gather the brightest minds of startup ecosystem and enterprises to start a conversation about the future of innovation around SAARC region. The conversations will emphasis on deeper regional innovation, integration and implementation.
The intention is to learn from one another to create the best practices, draft policies(Machine Learning, Drone, Blockchain, AR/VR) and make plans, how to implement these programmes within 2020.
Key Attendees: Ravinder Singh, chief innovation officer, Vistara; Sanket Atal, VP and managing director, Intuit; Guru Bhatt, GM and head of Technology, PayPal and more.
Who Should Attend: CMOs, CXOs
Date: May 11-12, 2019
In the 19th edition of Push Connect, the team is bringing the networking opportunity for curated entrepreneurs and connect with the relevant people in the network. The event will host a fireside chat on “What to pitch to an Investor and Get funded?” with Ashish Fafadia, partner, Blume Ventures. Fafadia will be sharing his experience based insights on the topic.
The session will be followed up with a networking humdrum.
Who Should Attend: Entrepreneurs, Startup enthusiasts
Date: May 10 | 6pm-9pm
Stay tuned for the next edition of our startup events roundup!