What's next in products, tech, design? Decode at Future of Work

#FoW2020 will span over two days – February 28 and 29 – in Bengaluru, designed to take more than 2,000 participants through the next frontiers of innovation and technologies.

4th Feb 2020
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In the last few years, India has witnessed a rise in technological innovations and the adoption of cutting-edge practices. While tech heads across industries are constantly exploring innovative use-cases to define better problems, engineering teams have been hustling to up-skill themselves to come up with solutions. 


It is only natural that both sides have many assumptions, conflicts, and questions around what works and what doesn't. With this in mind, YourStory brings you the third edition of Future of Work with together the best minds of the tech industry – at an even bigger scale. 


#FoW2020 will span over two days – February 28 and 29 – in Bengaluru, designed to take more than 2,000 participants through the next frontiers of innovation and technologies.


Watch out for more details on YourStory’s Future of Work Conference. And, go ahead and book your tickets to get an early-bird rate today.


FoW

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A day after Nirmala Sitharaman tabled her second Union Budget, YourStory’s Shradha Sharma moderates a panel that decodes the many announcements for India’s startup ecosystem. The panelists are unanimous that there is ‘intent’, but it needs to be translated into action.



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This entrepreneur's search for Mr Right led to dating community Floh

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Thirty-nine-year-old Narsimha Chary has collaborated with various panchayats and civic bodies to successfully re-glow more than 10 lakh tube lights throughout India.



JETRO plays matchmaker between Indian tech startups and Japanese VCs

JETRO

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This Noida company makes robots for daily use in offices and retail stores

Aspagteq Technology

Founders of Aspagteq Technology- Anurag Ranjan and Aawesh Dahiya

Aspagteq Technology is a Noida-based company making robots in the field of education, retail and corporates and clocks a turnover of Rs 4.5 crore annually.



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