Bengaluru: PHD Chamber of Industry & Commerce flags-off its ‘Startup Awareness Workshop’ in Jaipur. Various stakeholders of the startup ecosystem like entrepreneurs, investors, techies and students attended the event, some even sharing their industry insights with the gathered audience. The event was intended to provide an in-depth vision regarding the mechanism of startups and what one should be wary of while dealing with various investors.
As the startup ecosystem is vibrant in India, the workshop aims to update the individuals regarding the upcoming challenges. The session turned out to be very instructive, as the new entrepreneurs got a platform to clear their doubts regarding startup legal procedures and also get appraised about the legal complications and issues in startup investment. Sameer Rastogi, Managing Partner, India Juris, who is an expert of this Industry, was one of the Special Guest at the session.
Speaking on the Legal and Compliance issues and challenges faced by startups today, Sameer asserts, “With the Startup culture escalating in our country, it becomes of paramount importance to aware the potential startups founders and who are complete novice in this setup about their rights. The founders of Startups should know the art of dealing with investors so that they can be well equipped and work accordingly for the betterment and welfare of their company”.
Established in 1905, PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry acts as a proactive and dynamic multi-State apex organization working at grass root level with strong national & international linkages. Promoting trade and entrepreneurship, the entity positively impacts the economic growth and development of the nation through its research-based policy advocacy role. The prime motive of the organization is ‘Skilling India for Global Competitiveness’.