TechSparks 2011 set to enter Pune on June 11, 2011
On a summer afternoon, TechSparks 2011 announced its arrival on the scene. The Regional RoundTable at Delhi with Rahul Sharma, cofounder, Micromax, delivering keynote and an eminent panel engaging in a discussion, and then the audience, enthralled the lucky entrepreneurs who were present at IIT-Delhi that day. We are recreating that experience for you, this time at Pune on June 11, 2011.
If one dialled its way to success, the other developed its way to success. V.S.S. Mani, whose JustDial was a trailblazer, and Kailash Katkar and Sanjay Katkar, whose QuickHeal antivirus sold like hotcakes, will deliver keynotes for giving you inspiring stories. For those doubting the ability of Indian software products, these two successes are just two examples of creating a great customer experience. While JustDial made search of services simple, QuickHeal made your IT infrastructure secure. You could get an inside account of what made them what they are today.
M.S.V. Janakiram, Technology Evangelist, India, Amazon Web Services, will explain Amazon Web Services through a workshop. This is to help startups understand how Cloud can be better leveraged to improve their businesses.
If there is one thing that will stand out in YourStory events, it is an awesome panel. Paymate’s Probir Roy, IBM’s Vimalraj Abraham, Sequoia Capital’s Shailesh Lakhani, Opdrange Venture Partners’ Kris Nair along with V.S.S. Mani will debate on Go to Market Strategies. The discussion would be moderated by Shradha Sharma, founder, YourStory.
If you are in Bombay or Pune, or traveling there around June 11, we hope you would not afford to miss four hours of action-packed startup-focused event like this. On one hand, pure inspiration will take you over and on the other, you will go back enriched with a lot of great ideas. Be sure to be there!
Venkatesh Krishnamoorthy, chief evangelist
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