Bengaluru, July 2 (IANS) Tech in Asia has lined up its conference aimed at finding talent, attracting entrepreneurs, investors, media and corporates to explore the Indian start-up community here next week, said a statement from the media, events and jobs platform on Saturday.
“As India’s tech ecosystem matures, entrepreneurs and investors we have spoken to are eager to learn more about how start-ups and founders have succeeded on a global level,” it quoted Tech in Asia COO Andrew Wang as saying.
Scheduled July 6-7 at Manpho Convention Centre, Tech in Asia features Yoshiro Tsuwaki, Deputy Director of Information and Communication Electronics in Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Wilson Cuaca, Managing Partner, East Ventures, Singapore and Junde Yu, MD for APAC, App Annie.
The interational leaders are slated to deliberate with Indian changemakers like Girish Mathrubootam, founder of Freshdesk, Ritesh Agarwal, founder of OYO Rooms and Vani Kola, Managing Director of Kalaari Capital.
“The conference comes to India at an inflection point for its fast rising tech start-up ecosystem, as it tries to balance growth with profitability, against the backdrop of a global economic shift,” said the statement.
Highlights of the event include an arena pitch battle, roundtables, bootstrap alley and diversity summits among others.
Tech in Asia Conference is annual even held in Singapore, Tokyo and Jakarta.