On November 16, Inc42 organised The Ecosystem Summit (TES), where we unveiled our flagship report — The State Of Indian Startup Ecosystem 2018. Through TES, Inc42 put into motion its vision to create a platform that is the ultimate destination for all categories of stakeholders of the Indian startup ecosystem and where they would get answers to all their questions on entrepreneurship, investing, policy, networking, and more. We dreamt, and, finally, we saw it all turn into a reality.
The first-of-its-kind summit in the Indian startup ecosystem, TES received overwhelming support and was graced by 250 eminent delegates and 40 key speakers — all well-known names across domains. And all of this would not have been possible without your support, dear partners.
So, here’s raising a toast to our partners who made The Ecosystem Summit a reality, and a resounding success:
Amazon Web Services (AWS): AWS is a cloud services platform, offering computing power, storage, content delivery, and other functionalities that enable businesses to deploy applications and services in a cost-effective manner along with greater flexibility, scalability, and reliability.
Times Internet: Times Internet is the largest digital products company and the digital venture of The Times of India. Times Internet helps global organisations expand their reach in India using its online media platforms.
Kerala Start-up Mission: Kerala Startup Mission (KSUM): KSUM plays a pivotal role in the development of the startup ecosystem in Kerala. KSUM addresses challenges including enterprise, market, product, knowledge, idea, and culture. It aims to create the infrastructure and environment required for promoting entrepreneurial activities.
Drivezy: Drivezy is India’s first aggregator service in the business of car rentals. It aims to be a one-stop destination offering services such as renting cars and bikes. Drivezy offers self-drive cars and bikes for hire by the hour, day, or week and delivers the vehicle at consumers’ doorsteps.
Adobe: Adobe provides all the tools that anyone — from emerging artists to global brands — needs to design and deliver digital experiences. In recent years, it has also attempted to diversify into other verticals like digital advertising and cloud-based commerce.
boAt: Launched in 2016, boAt is a lifestyle brand that offers consumer electronics products. boAt lists its products on ecommerce marketplaces like Amazon, Flipkart, Myntra, etc, and also retails offline through Croma stores.
Sleepy Owl: Sleepy Owl Coffee aims to redefine the in-home coffee experience. The coffee is freshly made on a daily basis and shipped across India or stocked at retail stores across Delhi NCR.
BrewHouse: Brewhouse is India’s first real-brewed bottled ice tea brand. Currently, the products are available at over 2,000 offline locations. Their products are also available on Amazon and BigBasket.
The Black Box Co: The Black Box Co is becoming the go-to place for personalised gifting. It also curates theme-based boxes for different categories such as travel, office, etc.
Imithila: Imithila is one of India’s leading brand for Madhubani Painting. The company is continuously working towards creating handloom and handicraft masterpieces and expanding its reach by introducing the world’s oldest art form based designs in contemporary everyday usage products.
LetsShave: This is an Indian e-commerce startup that delivers innovative shaving and grooming products for men and women. It has more than 450,000 customers and is growing about 45% year-on-year.
Brandless: Brandless aims at making a statement with accessories for both men and women. Aanchal Mittal, the founder and creative director of the brand, chose to create products that reflected minimalistic design and quality of product while seamlessly blending in aesthetics.
Inc42 thanks each one of you, once again, for being a part of The Ecosystem Summit. To many more such successes to come!Order The Report Now!