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Today Narendra Modi will launch a startup policy in a virtual mode in Madhya Pradesh and interact with people from startup sectors.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on 13 May 2022, in Madhya Pradesh, will launch a startup policy in virtual mode at 7 pm. The Prime minister also interacts with the people who belong to startup sectors. The 71-year-old prime minister appreciates the Madhya Pradesh government for making their state a great hub of enterprises and appreciates the people in this ecosystem for joining the program.

 

The whole program will be organized at the Indore Brilliant Convention center, and all preparation is set for the evening. Apart from this, Narendra Modi will also inaugurate the Madhya Pradesh startup portal. At 6:30 PM Modi will come live to join the event.

 

Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will join the program in Indore. in this event, nearly 500 startups join the program, and some college students also come to the event. And with this, Narendra Modi tells some exciting stories related to startups and encourages people regarding the startups.

 

‘’At 7 pm today, I will be launching the Madhya Pradesh startup policy and interacting with those from the startup sector. I commented to the MP government on this effort to make the state a hub for enterprise. I urge all those from this ecosystem to join the program this evening’’. PM Modi said in a tweet today at 9:07 AM.

 

The main aim of the Madhya Pradesh government behind the startup sector is to promote various startups and encourage budding entrepreneurs in their state. This startup policy developed strength, motivated entrepreneurs to generate creative ideas, and encouraged them to enhance their skills. 

 

Apart from this, P.Narhari, secretary of the micro and small-medium enterprise department, the government of Madhya Pradesh, while talking about today’s startup policy, said that this policy is entirely different from previous policies. 

 

The Madhya Pradesh Startup Conclave will showcase a variety of sessions, including speed mentoring sessions with leaders of educational institutions and the startup space; how to start a startup sessions with policymakers; funding sessions with entrepreneurs learning about various funding methods; and pitching sessions with startups getting the chance to collaborate with investors and pitch their ideas for funding.

By TIS Staffer
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