[Sponsored] Start up opportunities in IT services Sector : An Interactive Webinar

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[Sponsored] Start up opportunities in IT services Sector : An Interactive Webinar

IT Services: $100B and still growing…  by Rajul GargSunstone Business School
Over the last 20 years, technology outsourcing has been one of the main growth drivers of the Indian economy. It has resulted in awealth creation of over $100B dollars directly and has created over 2 million white collar jobs. While Infosys, Wipro and TCS have become iconic, the industry has also players of small and medium sizes ranging from 10 people to 10,000 people. If you are working in the technology sector, you are sure to have either worked in the sector or come across it in one way or the other. You are very likely to have thought about doing it yourself too at one time or another too. If you want to attain a deeper understanding of the sector, what it takes to start a company, how to start and where the opportunities are, you will benefit from this webinar.

Join Rajul Garg, co-founder of GlobalLogic, a leader in R&D outsourcing with over 6,000 people globally, to learn more about start up opportunities in IT services on 16 March, Saturday 2p.m -3:30 p.m IST .

This interactive webinar  will cover the opportunities for IT Services start ups, help you prepare for your own by deepening your understanding of the sector, and enable you to ask questions related to this

About the speaker

Rajul was a co-founder of GlobalLogic, a global leader in R&D outsourcing with offices in 8 countries and over 6,000 employees. He built the operation ground up in India and later helped GlobalLogic expand exponentially through global acquisitions. Earlier, he was also a founder of Pine Labs, a leader in point of sales transactions in India. Rajul has consulted with leading venture capital firms like Sequoia and Battery Capital. Rajul also consulted with Aavishkaar, focussing on rural investments in Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh.

Rajul is a computer science graduate from IIT Delhi.

Rajul has been teaching Entrepreneurship, Negotiations and other parts of Organizational Performance at Sunstone Business School. He is a weekly writer for Sunstone Business Review and has written several articles on leadership, negotiations & entrepreneurship.

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