India and Germany in the Global Start-up Ecosystems

Outlook On: India and Germany in the Global Start-up Ecosystems

Where are Germany and India placed in start-up ecosystem worldwide? In this “Outlook On” we will together with Startup Genome, we will present emerging trends in funding and growth of start-ups worldwide and their contribution to economies, with a particular focus on Germany and India. The discussion will highlight the emergence of the deep-tech subsector and the importance of local as well global connectedness of ecosystems. The session will dive deep into the data of the Global Startup Ecosystem Report (GSER) 2023, published by Startup Genome.

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Event Information

February 8, 2024, 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Online
Organizer(s): DWIH New Delhi

SPEAKERS :

Tanishq Malik

Tanishq specializes in providing crucial insights and recommendations for global stakeholders and ecosystems. He actively collaborates with clients to generate essential and actionable roadmaps. Tanishq has prior experience as an Investment Analyst at Flyboat Startups and Innovations.
Senior Business Analyst

Parth Arora

Parth contributes to the assessment and strategy formulation for ecosystems worldwide. He collaborates extensively with partners, supporting an extensive data collection project on global startup ecosystems. He has worked on projects spanning ecosystem assessments, economic impact studies, and policy frameworks.
Business Analyst

Dr Katja Lasch

Director, DAAD Regional Office New Delhi and Director, German Centre for Research and Innovation (DWIH) New Delhi  since October 2019. She is responsible for the coordination and strategic development of DAAD activities in India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. Prior to her work in India, she headed the DAAD’s International Research Marketing Division at the head office in Bonn and the DAAD Information Centre in Bucharest (Romania).
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