Venture Center Seminar/Panel Discussion on Solid Waste Management: Situation, Needs and Priorities in India | ​2​8​ ​January 2017 ~ helpBIOTECH

13 January 2017

Venture Center Seminar/Panel Discussion on Solid Waste Management: Situation, Needs and Priorities in India | ​2​8​ ​January 2017

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Venture Center announces "Seminar and Panel Discussion on Solid Waste Management: Situation, Needs and Priorities in India"

When: ​Saturday, 2​8​ ​Jan 2017

Time: 2 pm - 5.30 pm

Venue: Lecture Theatre, Venture Center, 900 NCL Innovation Park, Pashan, Pune - 411007

Who should attend

• Innovators and technologists

• NGOs and Social Innovators

• Industry professionals

• Researchers and students

• Entrepreneurs/ startups with interest in Sanitation issues

• Impact/ Social Investors with interest in venture financing for Sanitation issues.

• Medical doctors and clinicians

Highlights of the workshop:

We aim to network all stakeholders to help initiate useful projects, start‐ups etc in Sanitation space. This workshop is part of a campaign of Venture Center to nucleate and nurture Sanitation related startups in the Pune region. The workshop is aligned intentionally with the announcement of funding program so as to help facilitate startup creation.

Workshop aims to:

• Explore potential industry‐academia/research partnerships in technology development and advancement.

• Foster networks with industry/academic experts/doctors/entrepreneurs

• Introduce upcoming funding opportunities like the BIRAC‐SPARSH-SIIP call for Sanitation.

Cost: Rs 100/- per head ; Maximum 50 seats; First-come-first-serve.

(Write to Lipika Biswas: eventsdesk@venturecenter.co.in for online transfer details).

Note:

• Attendance only on confirmation of registration

• Fees paid is not refundable and non transferable under any circumstances

Register here: http://bit.ly/2ibeHgI

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Outline and details of the event are available here

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