In order to promote collaboration and innovation, the state ecosystem stakeholders ie state, incubators, co-working spaces, academia and industry associations have launched an exciting new initiative called Founders Club.
This entails a series of monthly events aimed at prompting cooperation within the local ecosystem.
The inaugural episode of this programme made its debut at Surendrababu Timblo Hall at GCCI, Panjim. It was an enriching experience for over 100 participants.
Startups will be connected through this interactive programme with industrialists having varied experience in various sectors. These industrialists are Dr Sangam Kurade, Jack Sukhija, Kirit Maganlal and Goutam Raj.
Designed as a platform for interaction between startup founders, entrepreneurs, innovators, business leaders and aspiring startups, particularly students, this innovative series is set to become a recurring highlight on Goa's calendar.
Organisers have pledged to host a similar event every month, encompassing diverse locations across the state.
Anticipation is building for what lies ahead as attendees can expect an engaging forum to exchange ideas, gain valuable insights and stay abreast of the latest trends.
This unique programme seeks to foster a vibrant community, enabling founders and visionaries to connect, share their experiences and collaborate in ways that drive progress.
With an emphasis on fostering dialogues and facilitating learning, participants will have the opportunity to not only showcase their ideas but also to listen to fellow founders' stories, lending a diverse perspective to the discourse.
In a world where innovation is key, this initiative sets the stage for constructive conversations that can shape the trajectory of Goa's entrepreneurial landscape.
As Goa embarks on this journey to cultivate an environment of cooperation and knowledge exchange, the first episode of this trailblazing series is bound to captivate the attention of individuals eager to be part of this pioneering movement.
The spotlight is now firmly on Goa as it takes its first step toward nurturing an ecosystem that thrives on collaboration and innovation.