Mahakumbh to Highlight Women Leaders Revolutionizing Indian Startups

Startup Mahakumbh, with leaders like Nivruti Rai and Falguni Nayar, will be held in New Delhi from March 18-20.

By Sunil Sonkar 2 Min Read
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Startup Mahakumbh to Highlight Women Leaders Revolutionizing Indian Startups

Startup Mahakumbh, India’s largest celebration of startups, is set to take place from March 18-20, 2024, at Bharat Mandapam and Pragati Maidan in New Delhi. The event will highlight women leaders who have made significant changes in the Indian startup world. Leaders like Nivruti Rai, Falguni Nayar, Nidhi Pant and Debjani Ghosh will talk about how they have encouraged new ideas and grown businesses well. The platform aims to inspire young entrepreneurs to pursue their startup dreams through their stories.

Startup Mahakumbh aims to showcase the essential contribution of women in India’s startup sector. Experiences of these leaders will illustrate the determination as well as imagination required to thrive in the startup world. These leaders are learned to be providing valuable guidance to budding entrepreneurs and offer tips on conquering obstacles.

Furthermore, Startup Mahakumbh will be a place where people in the startup world can come together to work together and grow. The event will bring together several startups, investors, government officials and startup support organizations. The aim is to spark conversations and collaborations to generate fresh ideas as well as drive progress. With thematic tracks covering AI + SaaS, D2C/Consumer brands, Agritech and more, Startup Mahakumbh promises to showcase the diverse opportunities available in the Indian startup landscape.


Also, there will be a big show where more than 1000 startups can display their new ideas and products. With the participation of over 1000 investors, 500 incubators & accelerators, and 5000 conference delegates, Startup Mahakumbh offers a vibrant platform for networking and collaboration. Each area will focus on the latest trends and technologies in specific fields to give visitors important ideas about where their industries are heading.

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