IMI New Delhi concludes 4th edition of startup confab E-Merge’ 2018
International Management Institute (IMI), New Delhi, hosted the fourth edition of its annual start-up summit – E-Merge' 18 on October 13, 2018. The summit was themed around “Collaborators vs. Disruptors & Diversification and Inclusion”. The event offered a platform for discussion on ‘What does it takes to be disruptors in an eco-system and how collaborative functions are working in various sectors”. Dr. Himadri Das, Director General, IMI New Delhi, commenced the welcome speech at the event.
The event covered a wide gamut of technology, shared economy, food, retail and other sectors, the summit covered the details about disruptions in the sectors and the collaborative and inclusive functions can run the ecosystem in synergy.
During his welcome speech, Dr. Das emphasized on the learnings from failures. He said, “Best learning happens when you take lessons from your failures.” The entrepreneurial talk session was taken by Mr. Amit Ramani, Founder, Awfis and Ms. Neha Kant, Founder, Clovia.
The panel saw the confluence of thoughts on the need of a collaborative eco-system by the thought leaders from the industry. The panelists included Mr. Pratik Jain, Director, morph.ai, Mr. Siddharth Jain, founder and CEO, Brewhouse Ice Teas, Mr. Ankit Aggarwal, Founder and CEO, Dare2Compete, Mr. Jasveer Singh, Co-founder, Qikstay , Ms. Sahiba Sethi, Founder, HelloMeets, Mr. Neeraj Saini, CEO, Angohealth and Mr. Karan Behl, CHO, Happitude.
The panel discussion revolved around the need for the collaborative work between larger and smaller companies in the ecosystem. In order to facilitate synergy in the eco-system, its crucial to work together to bring disruption with mutual inclusion. Larger companies to collaborate and work with smaller companies and startups. Collaboration and disruption go hand in hand which helps the ecosystem to work in synergy.
The event offered a chance to the IMI students to learn about ‘What makes great idea differentiate from the existing ones’.
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