30 speakers, 150+ decision makers and thousands of audiences joined the Indian internet conversation at Ground Zero 7.0. For founders, investors, media, students, and people across the industry who joined the conversation at this event. Hosted by Redseer Strategy Consultants, the region’s largest internet and local strategy consulting firm, Ground Zero delivers high-quality insights into the new era of business, backed by Redseer’s in-depth analysis and dialogue with industry leaders. A platform for accessing the It was the first invite-only offline event with 30 speakers and more than 150 of his decision-makers in the room, but the event was also streamed online, allowing access to multiple sessions, allowing an audience of 10 I was also able to virtually participate in conversations that spanned more than 100 sessions. Stakeholders to learn from.
The first edition of Pandemic Innovation Ground Zero took place in April 2020 during the pandemic and never looked back. Since then, it has become the go-to platform for investors, business leaders and entrepreneurs to access high-quality, in-depth insights on the Indian internet space. The theme of the 7th edition of Ground Zero in Bangalore was from ideas to IPOs.
“During the April 2020 pandemic, when the market was experiencing a lot of uncertainty, people didn’t know what was going on on the ground. We wanted to understand what was happening with different types of business models and platforms, and there was a huge information gap in the digital and offline world. We stepped in by providing digital and business leaders with high quality, meaningful and actionable content at the event, which led to the birth of Ground Zero.” About how it all started. Anil anchored Ground Zero based on three powerful principles. “First, we wanted to keep Ground Zero as a free event that everyone can access and learn from. We intended to bring the content and research along with what we learned from our clients. Third, we wanted to combine the content with discussions with industry leaders who could talk about learning in the marketplace,” adds Anil. . Mayank Kumar, co-founder of UpGrad, found the discussion interesting and insightful, as it was an opportunity to learn even for experts. he said: It was great to learn about the different challenges that everyone faces today. The current conversation is very different from previous conversations centered around growth and fundraising, but a lot of the conversations today were about profitability, proper costing, sizing, etc. Wakefit co-founder Chaitanya Ramalingegowda said: days, especially in the current funding environment. So it was fascinating to learn different perspectives and it was fun to meet other founders and investors. Calling the Ground Zero event “absolutely fantastic,” Waycool Foods co-founder Sanjay Dasari added: Ground Zero has taught us an incredible amount of learning. I’m looking forward to the next work! The event was also attended by experts from the MENA and SEA regions. Yusuf Tambawala, Vice President of Corporate Strategy and Development, Dubai-based Ghassan Aboud Group, said: Especially in startup spaces. It has given me insight into what is going on in the subcontinental market and has given me the opportunity to think that the subcontinental market is an opportunity for our group that should not be missed. (Disclaimer: The above is a press release and PTI has no editorial responsibility for the same.)
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