Nine local Unicorns to get Bengaluru Impact Awards
| Monday | 18th November, 2019
By Express News ServiceBENGALURU: More than 3,500 delegates, 12,000 visitors, and 200 speakers will be part of the Bengaluru Tech Summit, said CN Ashwath Narayan, Deputy Chief Minister and Minister of Information Technology & Biotechnology and Science & Technology, at a curtain raiser event on Sunday.
He said the summit is meant to provide an opportunity for investors, innovators and startups to network with each other.
One of the key events is the Bengaluru Impact Awards.
Narayan said, “The award will be given to founders of nine Unicorns in Bengaluru (from a total of just 23 in India).” Unicorns are privately-held companies which are valued at USD 1 billion or more.
Adding to the prominence of Bengaluru, he said several GIC Global In-house Centre and Research & Development firms have been established in Bengaluru over the years.
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