YourStory’s TechSparks Special -- Ask Your Question: Do you have questions for Girish Joshi, Head of Microsoft Bizspark program?

Monday August 09, 2010,

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Girish Joshi

Girish Joshi will answer your queries on August 13 at Microsoft Canaan TechSparks, the YourStory eventMicrosoft Canaan TechSparks 2010, the flagship event in partnership with CNBC-TV18 Young Turks, is featuring a panel discussion on Product Technology: Investment, Opportunities and Challenges. Eminent people from the investor space, technology space, and of course the bloodline of businesses -- the media -- form our esteemed panel. Charles Assisi, Executive Editor, Forbes India; Alok Mittal, MD, Canaan Partners; Shailendra Singh, MD, Sequoia Capital; Girish Joshi, Head, Microsoft Bizspark; Ravindran Govindan, Executive Chairman, Mercatus Capital, Singapore; and C V Prakash, Founder and CEO, Gradatim IT Ventures are part of this panel.

To set the tone for the discussion in the lead up to the event, YourStory came up with the idea of Ask Your Question, specifically aimed at people who will not be able to make it to the event.

Today, we have immense pleasure in introducing Girish Joshi, technology head of Microsoft Bizspark Program, to you.

Girish’s charter is to shape Microsoft’s strategy for Partner Ecosystem in India. The role entails working with IT & Start up ecosystem to map out & identify areas where Microsoft can make a significant impact and drive thought leadership to address opportunities with innovative ideas and business models along with Industry bodies, VC community, government etc.

If you have any questions for Girish Joshi, please submit them along with your name (mandatory) and email (mandatory) in the comments column. Questions without proper attribution (name and email address) will be rejected. Selected questions will be asked during the panel discussion and a summary of questions and answers will be featured on YourStory after the event.

About Ask Your Question: A YourStory Initiative

We know only a limited number of people can make it to Microsoft Canaan TechSparks 2010. For those of you unable to make it directly to the event, Ask Your Question is our initiative to involve you in the conversation at TechSparks. So if you have a question pertaining to product technology and investment, please feel free to submit them to the relevant people we feature everyday leading to the event. The selected questions will be asked at the Microsoft Canaan TechSparks 2010 during the panel discussion on August 13, 2010.

Register here if you are going to be in Bangalore on August 13.

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