[PhotoSparks] Making it matter: meet the startups exhibiting at the TechSparks 2017 conference

23rd Sep 2017
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PhotoSparks is a weekly feature from YourStory, with photographs that celebrate the spirit of creativity and innovation. In this photo essay, we feature some of the startups exhibiting at YourStory’s annual startup summit, TechSparks!

In the earlier 150 posts, we brought you a wide range of creative photographs from an art fair, world music festival, painting fair, telecom expo, art museum, mobile showcase, business cards, art therapy, startup festival, Diwali rangoli, Vesak, jazz festival, modern art gallery, ecopreneurs, painter-poets, health activists, eNGOs and digital innovators.

TechSparks is India’s most beloved startup conference and exhibition, organised by YourStory. The theme of the 8th edition of the conference is ‘Make it Matter,’ addressing the need for startups to not just become sustainable and grow but make a significant impact in their domains and beyond. ‘India at 70’ has been a popular narrative this year – how are startups gearing up to shape India for the next 70 years of its independence?

In this photo showcase, we feature the teams from startups and ecosystem enablers at TechSparks 2017 (food seems to be a popular draw this time!), such as Urban Ladder, LiveVR, Unocoin, LeanGears, Drivezy, Rails Factory, BrewSurvey, Dogsee, Morph.ai, Techmago, Applozic, Startup League, Amura, NLPbots, Zoho, DesiVDesi, Smoodies, 48East, Yoga Bar, Sattviko, Drinking Goodness, Alicia Souza, Startup Asia Berlin, WeWork, SmartWorks, and more. (See last year’s showcase here.)

Got a creative photograph to share? Email us at PhotoSparks@YourStory.com!

See also the YourStory pocketbook ‘Proverbs and Quotes for Entrepreneurs: A World of Inspiration for Startups,’ accessible as apps for Apple and Android devices.

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