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Event : Technology & Mentorship Forum in Chennai and Mumbai [Sponsored]

Today’s knowledge economy offers tremendous opportunity to those who can enhance their intellectual capacity and competence to optimally utilize limited resources. A technological orientation, an innovative mindset and the willingness to learn are key ingredients in building long term and sustainable success.

NSTEDB, Dept of Science, Govt of India and Dell India have come together to bring THE TECHNOLOGY AND MENTORSHIP FORUM [TMF]. The TMF offers entrepreneurs a unique opportunity to interact with successful business leaders and academic thought leaders, who bring rich experience and deep insight into real life business situations across industry and functional verticals.

The event took place in Delhi on April 8Th and is scheduled for Chennai on May 12th and Mumbai on May 14th.

The participants in Delhi gained immensely from 1-to-1 mentoring sessions with the Panel of Experts from a wide range of business and management specializations like Technology, Finance, Banking, HR, Branding etc.

The Mentors offered guidance on how early stage as well as established enterprises can overcome hurdles, achieve growth and broaden vision towards building a promising future.

Sustainable economic growth can be facilitated by promoting a culture of entrepreneurship, which will not only generate new products, services and markets, responding both to public demand and the needs of today’s economy, but also serve as a catalyst for job creation. By boosting the country’s capacity to deploy technology and innovation, entrepreneurs can realize tangible economic outcomes and make real commercial opportunities, and this will help bridge the gap between India and its major international competitors.

TMF is a great platform to foster entrepreneurship and encourage innovation by facilitating learning through mentoring and realizing benefits from leveraging technology across industries.

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