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ConnectOne

Start Date: Wednesday, Apr 23,2014

ConnectOne

ConnectONE is a joint venture of The National Science & Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board (NSTEDB), Department of Science and Technology (DST, Govt. of India) and Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham to bring together Entrepreneurs and Start-ups from TBI/STEPs across India. By associating with ConnectONE Project, you would be able to collaborate with all your counterparts in various Incubators through a common web portal,www.connectone.in(link is external) and free video conferencing software, A-VIEW. As part of this project, eminent experts, successful entrepreneurs etc., from different fields regularly talks to the TBI/STEPs and their start-ups through the video conferencing software A-VIEW built by Amrita.

Thus, by becoming a privileged member of ConnectONE, you will be able to enrich and share your knowledge, network with business mentors, experts and investors, absolutely free of cost. Currently, ConnectONE is facilitating regular interactions and collaborations among 15 TBIs such as DKTE, National Dairy Business Incubator, PSG STEP, MICA Ahmadabad, etc along with two expert centers – DST and Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham. This project is now extended to all the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Center (IEDC) under NSTEDB.

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