Young Entrepreneurs Helping Startups To Reach Masses

Speed of action is more critical in a startup

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Startup India

Start-up India initiative launched on 16th January 2016, consists of 19 Action Points that act as a guiding document for the initiative. Since its inception, 19,351 Startups across the country have been recognized by the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) as on 24.06.2019. 

As the Modi government is making all-out efforts to encourage the startup ecosystem in the country, a bunch of young entrepreneurs has decided to their bit as well for the startups.

In a bid to give digital exposure to the startups free of cost, the group of young entrepreneurs has launched a website to digitally publish success stories, struggles, and bids being made by a number of young people in the world of startups across the country.

“The world is witnessing the growth of startups — UBER, Unacademy, Zomato and many more are some of the glowing examples. Slowly and steadily, these entrepreneurs are creating a Startup Ecosystem. Not all startups need funding, but all of them need visibility. Our parent website The India Saga has launched exclusively for budding entrepreneurs across the globe to share their journey on how they built their startup idea into a company,’’ said Saurav Chaudhary, the brain behind the new venture.

“Being an entrepreneur is nothing like being an employee. Speed of action is more critical in a startup; otherwise, your competition will wipe you off. This ecosystem is growing at a very fast pace across the world. Media plays an important role in helping these startups to reach masses,’’ he said in a statement in Delhi.

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