Nasscom Product Conclave on Friday

The regional edition of the meet is being held to promote the growing product ‘start-up ecosystem’ in South India

Published: 28th May 2014 08:47 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th May 2014 08:48 AM   |  A+A-

KOCHI: The National Association of Software and Service Companies (Nasscom) will organise its third regional edition of the Nasscom Product Conclave (NCP-South) at Hotel Le Meridian on May 30 to promote the growing product ‘start-up ecosystem’ in South India.

Kochi being a strategic hub of Indian product start-ups, the one-day conference in the city will serve as an exciting platform for Indian start-ups and emerging companies to access knowledge and use the support available in the ecosystem.

The conference will be attended by ‘thought leaders’ from the product industry, emerging entrepreneurs and consultants, who will share their views on the evolving product and start-up landscape.Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation (KSIDC) MD Aruna Sunderarajan will inaugurate the function. Nasscom, Kerala, Regional Council chairman and IBS Group executive chairman V K Mathews will deliver the keynote address.

At the conclave,  which has already received over 90 registrations, more than 13 key speakers will address the gathering. Delegates from more than 95 organisations will attend the meeting, showcasing why it is the right time to be a product entrepreneur in India. It will also showcase nnovative start-ups and emerging companies, which will throw insight into the evolving segment.Nasscom Product Council chairman Ravi Gururaj said that the NPC, Kochi, would be a unique event, at which the best and the brightest technology leaders, emerging companies and start-ups will congregate.

“It is a great time to be a product entrepreneur in India, going by the buzz in the domestic market. Nasscom believes that the contribution by product companies has been growing at a fast rate, and the landscape has a huge potential in terms of business stability, revenue growth and further innovation,” he said.

The growth of the software industry in recent years has signaled a transformation in India.

Keeping this in mind, the focus of the NPC will be to set the stage for Indian start-ups and emerging companies to access the support available in the ecosystem to build their markets, create performing teams and to secure funding from investors.


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