BITS Pilani's Challenging Conquest-2015 Registrations Open for Startup Entrepreneurs
BANGALORE: The annual Startup Challenge Conquest, which propelled the winners to great statures in 2013 is back again with its eleventh edition. Conquest is BITS Pilani’s international startup enclave, which aims to give a boost to the drive of entrepreneurship in the country.
Conquest-2015 will not only alters the way of people live, but also the way peoplethink. It turns the ideas into genuine acts and it is a perfect spur for introducing ground breaking ideas. Conquest 2015 caters to every need of the startup by bringing out the facilities of incubation opportunities, expert monitoring, Angel investors, leading venture capitalists and networking sessions along with industry stalwarts.
In 2004, the conquest was started as a business plan competition and soon became an international event that propelled entrepreneurs share helpful insights in 2006 and 2007. Today, Conquest 2015 is a striving extension of newly formed conquest 2011.
Last edition conquest has impelled numerous participants to great heights and made them surpass in various fields. It also offered 3 Lakh in equity-less seed money along with $1 million worth services, licenses and incubation opportunities.
The registration process has started since March 31, 2015 and will be closed on May 1, 2015. Interested business startup entrepreneurs can visit www.conquest.org.in to register themselves online for the conquest.
Conquest is organized through five stages after closing the registration process. Top 50 applicants will be announced on June 15 and the selected participants will be provided with monitoring sessions which will be held in five major cities across India. In addition, the conquest will allow candidates to select their own mentors.
Conquest 2015 edition is not an ordinary challenge; rather it brings something for every participant out of this event. The edition is planning to shift its focus to tier II cities by acting as channeling partners.
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