Calling tech and startup journalists, media and bloggers to TechSparks 2016

24th Sep 2016
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Build, Grow and Monetize! That’s the only way real businesses are made. Indian startups are building innovative companies, growing their consumer and customer base, but are they really monetizing these assets? What do millions of customers mean if they don’t transact with you?

Going back to the startup fundamentals of sustaining scale with real numbers and real revenues (and not just valuations), TechSparks 2016 is putting the focus on building real businesses, growing real consumers, and having real revenues (not GMVs).

Scheduled for September 30 and October 1 in Bengaluru, the seventh edition of the most-awaited technology and innovation event, TechSparks will focus on disruptive technologies, sustainable scale, and startup fundamentals.

Calling all tech and startup journalists, people from the media fraternity and bloggers

We welcome technology and startup journalists, media and bloggers interested in the startup space to attend TechSparks 2016. You can meet influencers and the next big disruptors all here in one place.

For media registrations, please sign up here. After you've signed up, the TechSparks team will send the confirmation and Media Pass by Monday, Sep 26 EOD. Please note that we will be issuing only two media passes per organisation.


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The stellar line-up of Speakers, who will be throwing light on various aspects of building sustainable businesses include ZenDesk's Morten Primdahl, PayTM’s Vijay Shekhar Sharma, Karnataka IT, BT and tourism Minister Priyank Kharge, Future Group’s Kishore Biyani, BookMyShow’s Ashish Hemrajani, Sequoia Capital’s Shailendra Singh, MapMyGenome’s Anu Acharya, BabyChakra’s Naiyya Saggi, Vista Room’s Ankita Seth, Dr Mukund Rajan of Tata Sons Ltd., and Ten Ten Ten Digital Product’s Ramesh Srivats, among many others. See the complete agenda here.

Meet the next big disruptors, the Tech30 startups

With its ever increasing commitment to showcasing innovative startups from across India, TechSparks showcases the coveted Tech30 list, which includes 30 of the most promising startups that we believe will go a long way: a belief that has stood the test of time in these past six years.

It is no secret that over the years, many of the startups on our annual Tech30 lists have gone on to achieve great heights and leave their mark on the Indian startup ecosystem. Little Eye Labs, Forus, Capillary, Freshdesk, and Loginext are but a few of the Tech30 startups that have become examples to emulate.

Of the 180 startups showcased in the past years, 97 have raised growth capital after they featured on the Tech30 list. In fact, more than $630 million of growth capital has been injected in these startups after they were part of TechSparks’ Tech30 list. 

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Calling all tech and startup journalists, people from the media fraternity and bloggers

We welcome technology bloggers interested in the startup space to attend TechSparks 2016. You can meet influencers and the next big disruptors all here in one place.

For media registrations, please sign up here. After you've signed up, the TechSparks team will go send the confirmation and a media pass by Monday, Sep 26 EOD.


A big shoutout to all our sponsors - ZendeskAxis BankSequoia Capital India Advisors , Digital OceanMicrosoftAWSAkamaiTargetVerisignKerala Startup MissionBrand Launch CentreTork and Blink.

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