50+ startup policies and schemes have been introduced by the Government of India in the recent years. And, India is now the third largest startup ecosystem in the world, yet none of its cities be it Bengaluru, Hyderabad or Mumbai could make it to the top 10 startup ecosystems in the world. Not even on the extended list.
Acting as a framework for the startup ecosystem, startup policy plays a lead role in the startup ecosystem. And due to the abundance of information available across the web, such important developments are often missed to gain visibility in the mainstream.
Inc42 has been fortunate enough to be an integral part of burgeoning Indian startup ecosystem and understands the value of information. Thus in our continuous efforts towards we doing our best for the growth of the Indian startup ecosystem, we keep introducing new formats which make it easy for our readers to consume information.
Take, our LinkedIn updates for example, which is being read by thousands every day has now become an important destination for founders, investors to get their daily dose of happenings from the startup ecosystem. Last month, we also introduced, a new series “Startup Events To Attend This Week” which received great feedback.
With “Policy” being a crucial support base for startups and investors, this month onwards, every first Wednesday, we will be capturing all the recent startup policy updates from the passing month for our readers in a single post.
With an aim to address the global startup policies across the world that might benefit/affect Indian entrepreneurs, ‘Startup Policy This Month’ will bring an update on major shift/change in countries’ policies pertaining to global startuppers.