Impact Chapter to facilitate $100 million investments to start-ups

DHI Labs, a Germany-based company specialised in training and mentoring start-ups globally, will be organising Impact Chapter, touted as Asia's biggest start-up conclave, in Hyderabad from April 13.

The two-day event, a platform to provide an interface between start-ups, mentors, entrepreneurs and investors from global hubs, willing to invest heavily in the start-up ecosystem, is expected to see the participation of more than 400 start-ups and over 50 investors from across the world. Impact Chapter will facilitate $100 million investments to start-ups.

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"We believe that start-ups have a great potential to grow immensely in the global and local markets. However, many start-ups fail to conquer their teething problems and often lose their zeal in the competitive markets," said Abhilash Veera, founder and chief executive officer of DHI-Labs.

"Extensive value is set to be created through this conclave and will add an additional significance to the brand Hyderabad, as we already know Hyderabad is a start-up capital of the nation, with the presence of major incubators like T-Hub," he added.


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