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Dancing With Gorillas
How SMEs can go global by forging links with MNCs

While making a connection with MNCs can be difficult for SMEs, and despite the potential pitfalls and obstacles, the benefits for both SMEs and MNCs will often make the risks worthwhile. And the odds of obtaining those benefits are much greater for the SME if it follows a number of strategies.
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It is free to attend. Registration is Must. As this is special event, all applications will be reviewed based on the answers you provided at the time of registration. Only qualified people will be selected to attend.

11.00 -11.10 – Introduction to the topic – K. Kumar

11.10 -12.00 – Dancing with the Gorillas – Shameen Prashantham

12.00-13.00 – Live Case study – Mango Technologies (Shameen Prashantham and Sunil Maheshwari)

13.00-14.00 – Lunch

14.00 – 15.00 – Panel Discussion

SCHEDULE
July 17, 2012
11:00 am to 4:00 pm

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VENUE
Auditorium
Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
Bannerghatta Road,
Bangalore, Karnataka
India

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huge German event week that will be held in Bangalore shortly.
It´s all for free and am sure there will be something of interest to each one of you!
For more info, check out:
http://www.germany-and-india.com/en/page/224/the-mobile-space for an overview of the event and http://www.facebook.com/?ref=tn_tnmn#!/JsSlam for more about the Science Slam.
The official invite, please see below. For questions, be in touch with me on ulrike.glatz@danaji.com
It´s definitely a great place for networking and brainstorming about the future…. so see you there! 😉
Cheers,
Ulrike.

“Infinite Opportunities” – come and find out!
The Indo-German “Urban Mela” is coming to Bangalore…

On the occasion of completing 60 years of Indo-German diplomatic relations, a collaborative celebration titled “Germany and India 2011-2012: Infinite Opportunities” is being held in India. The centrepiece of this celebration is the “Indo-German Urban Mela”, coming to Palace Grounds in Bangalore the 22nd of June – 1st of July.

Visit the Urban Mela for a variety of exciting cultural programs and get to know more about Germany and about “CitySpaces” – thrilling events, interactive workshops, international guests all centered around urban life – a MUSTGO for people living in the 3rd biggest city of India!

Special for 15-24 year old Bangalorians:
The Science Slam
Showcase your entertainment talent in any scientific subject during the “Science Slam“ and win a journey to Berlin. Contributions welcome in any subject from biology, economics, sociology or any other scientific field. Give an entertaining presentation on any scientific subject and you might turn out the lucky winner for the 2-week trip to Berlin!
Youth University
Get thrilling insights into latest research, career paths at MNCs and a glimpse of what our future will look like if technological visions come true! Interact in person with German CEOs and professors, you can even participate in experiments. Just to give you an idea on the covered topics: “Fraunhofer – We invent the future!” or “Life at Siemens”.

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Mit freundlichen Grüßen / With kind regards,

Ulrike Glatz
Director

danaji – Advisory Services Pvt.Ltd.
http://www.danaji.com

Contact Germany:
+49 (0)176 61 63 2885

Contact India:
+91 974 210 5303

Skype:
ulrike-glatz

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It gives me immense pleasure in inviting you to the ‘UNPLUGGD’ event, a freshly brewed startup event focused on ‘entrepreneurs in the trenches’.

By now, you must have heard statements like:

“Consumer Internet is just not happening in India.”

OR

“You can’t build a global technology company from India without spending a fortune.”

OR

“Building a Global Brand from India is impossible.”

If you are one of those who believe all this is true then get ready for a surprise. It might change the way you think about Indian startups & entrepreneurs. We are proud to present startups and entrepreneurs doing the impossible. They are the ones who have built a profitable business in India.

We, through the Unpluggd event, are providing a platform where these unsung heroes

– Share their insights on building profitable businesses – The Indian Way.

– Share their journey thus inspires you, me and every other aspiring entrepreneur.

This event is a invitation to listen & share intimate startup stories . Some of the speakers for the event are –

Sanjay Swamy, Ex-CEO, mChek
Mukund Mohan, Founder, BuzzGain
K. Srikrishna, Co-Founder, Impulsesoft
Rudrajeet Desai, Co-founder & CEO, Ideacts
Yusuf Motiwala, Foudner & CEO, TringMe
Dr. Ashwin Naik, Co-Founder, Vaatsalya
Sunil Maheshwari, Co-Founder, Mango Technologies
If interested please visit http://www.unpluggd.org .You can register directly for the event here.

Feel free to forward this mail to your aspiring entrepreneur friend or FoF.

For any queries call/e-mail:

Ashish Sinha ashishk.sinha@gmail.com +91 98452 06443

Amarinder Singh amarinder.singh.76@gmail.com +91 93431 71420

Satpal Parmar satpalparmar@gmail.com +91 97421 90747

Rsgister : http://ticketing.ayojak.com/event/unpluggd–event-for-entrepreneurs

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We are organizing a WATBlog Panel on “Lessons Learnt from the Failures of Startups” at NIMHANS Convention Centre in Bangalore on 23rd January, 2009 at 6:30pm. This is in association with Proto.in which is happening on 23rd & 24th. The registration for this is separate from Proto.in and one can register here. The panel shall be followed by Dinner and Mixer.
As you had registered for our earlier Mixer in bangalore this is a special invitation for you to attend this panel discussion as well.
To Know More and To Register Click Log on to -> http://panel.watblog.com
 
Event: WATBlog Panel On Lessons Learnt from the Failures of Startups on 23rd January @ NIMHANS, Bangalore

Date: Friday, January 23, 2009 from 6:30 PM – 10:30 PM (GMT+0530)

Location:
NIMHANS Convention Centre
Hosur Rd
Bangalore, Karnataka
India

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HeadStart and Compute 2009 features a set of technology tutorials aimed at
giving detailed, practical knowledge of the emerging and the most promising
advances in technology. If you want to attend, you need to *separately
register for the ones you want to attend <http://register.headstart.in/>*.
Jan 9th – Symposium on Cloud Computing, with presentations *by Google,
Yahoo, HP, Infosys, Rediff, Microsoft, Oracle, SAP Labs, University of
Monash*

[10 am – 5 pm] This tutorial covers many aspects of Cloud computing that
include architectural challenges of migrating to a cloud, review of products
that use the Cloud, technical issues faced in realizing software delivered
from Clouds, the impact of Cloud computing on enterprises and how software
is deployed in enterprises and a review of the technology platforms
available to implement applications delivered from the Cloud. This tutorial
also covers business aspects such as emerging business models, the
opportunity for startups and others, and the total cost versus return from
Clouds. See the
details<http://headstart.in/2008/11/20/dr-prasad-ram-cto-google-to-deliver-keyno\
te-in-cloud-computing-symposium/
>here.
Jan 9th – Server virtualization, with presentations *by HP*

[10 am – 1 pm] Server virtualization is the buzz word in technology today.
This tutorial will give a brief overview of the partitioning and
virtualization technologies, and then cover in-depth the criteria for a
hardware to be virtualizable from the perspective of CPU, Memory and I/O,
and how early software techniques accomplished this. The tutorial will then
look at the hardware evolution in the CPU and Memory virtualization from
Intel and AMD and cover advances in I/O virtualization from chip vendors and
the PCI SIG. Finally, it will close with a brief look at future trends in
this space.
Jan 10th – Mobility, with presentations *by Honeywell*

[10 am – 1 pm] This tutorial will explore application areas and technologies
powering mobile devices that we use on our person such as mobile phones and
PDAs, at home, at work and otherwise. The application areas include
everything from mobile payment systems, transport and logistics, mobile
handhelds, home networks and industrial and building automation. The
tutorial will start with a talk on next generation mobile client platforms
followed by a survey of application areas and use cases which will then be
followed by a talk on technology infrastructure required to power mobility.
Jan 10th – Search and Social platforms, with presentations *by Yahoo, Google
and Infosys*

[3 pm – 6 pm] This tutorial does a survey of the state-of-art in search and
social network platforms and explores how social networks and search
platforms in the future may have to do with a lot with each other. For
example, in a search engine in the not too distant future, you may be able
to put in a query that requires results to be ranked by references from
people. Similarly, searching for people by not just interest areas but by
how influential they are in a particular area of interest should become
possible. All these use cases suggest that social graphs (exposed by social
networks) and link graphs (exposed by search engines) may be put to use
together to yield better search results and social features. See the
details<http://headstart.in/2008/12/13/learn-about-search-and-social-platforms-h\
eadstart-compute-2009/
>here.

Venue :

9th and 10th of January 2009 at the NIMHANS Convention Center, Bangalore.

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Or copy & paste this into your browser:
http://headstartcompute-emailinvite.eventbrite.com/?invite=OTc4NTAvYW1iYXRpc3JlZWRoYXJAZ21haWwuY29tLzE%3D%0A

Welcome to HeadStart & Compute 2009. We have a great agenda this year with technology tutorials, product demos by some really exciting and new product companies, interactions with corporates that are engaging with startups, investors who are talking about new trends and interacting with startups at the venue and panel discussions and talks on some very interesting topics. Register now and also help spread the word about HeadStart & Compute 2009.
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HeadStart & Compute 2009

When
Friday, January 09, 2009 at 9:00 AM
– to –
Saturday, January 10, 2009 at 6:00 PM (GMT+0530)

Location
NIMHANS Convention Center, Bangalore
India

Click for Details and Registration Information

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TIE from today

The climate in India is suitable for entrepreneurship. Many successful Indian technology managers working overseas are now returning to India to start companies. This trend, combined with India’s excellent pool of engineers and burgeoning consumer and businesses, make it ripe for investment. There is also a much bigger and scalable local market that can absorb innovation. Ms. Padmasree Warrior, CTO of Cisco will talk about her personal experience in innovation as well as technology, What Indian start-ups should be doing to make them more competitive in an increasingly flat world, best-practice sharing and global trends in innovation leading to co-creation across the boundaries.

You can find more details at http://bangalore.tie.org/TGS/EM/viewevent/viewEventPT?id_event=2203&from_where=chapter_homepage

 

Source:http://yugaera.blogspot.com/2008/07/making-it-to-next-level-of-innovation.html

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