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    Heal: Healthcare at Doorsteps

    Although every immigrant’s tale is remarkable, Indians coming to the United States over the past 30 years is unique on several fronts. From big data analysis to cloud computing, IoT to software, networking to security–Indian entrepreneurs in the U.S. are touching upon the areas of expertise and building path-breaking technology solutions. Undoubtedly, contributing immensely towards the technology boom in the Silicon Valley is the Indian diaspora who holds great positions through their entrepreneurship. With an aim to provide customer-centric and innovation-oriented growth, they are inventing superior solutions for complex issues. Moreover, out of 20,000 startups in the Silicon Valley, 25 percent are Indian run—enthralling a growth in technological evolutions. The presence and the reach of Indian initiated companies are witnessing a tremendous growth as billions of dollars are being invested by them across the United States. To be precise, Indian entrepreneurs are not only creating jobs but also becoming stakeholders in the development and prosperity of local communities. Their contribution is leading to a growing, vibrant US-India relationship which is greatly demonstrated through the Indian roots enmeshed in the US soil.

The Rise of Blockchain Technology

Jalak Jobanputra, Founder & Managing Partner, FuturePerfect Ventures

Tackling the Age of Information Overload

Sarah Catanzaro, Data Partner and Investor at Canvas Ventures

Where Adversity Meets Venture Capital

Manan Mehta & Nitin Pachisia, Co-founders, Unshackled Ventures

How Technology can Revitalize your Business

Pravin Kumar, VP of Product Management, TriNet Group

Leveraging Digital Technologies in Life Sciences: Creating a Holistic Care System

Vikram Karakoti, Head of Life Sciences-North America, Tata Consultancy Services

Journey from Intelligent Automation (IA) to Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Sanjay Choubey, Global Digital Transformation Executive, Briggs & Stratton

Digital Transformation: Opportunities to Create New Business Models

Prith Banerjee, Senior Client Partner, KornFerry

The Future of Applications

S. Somasegar, MD, Madrona Venture Group

Training as Agile as Technology: A Business Requirement

Milind Gurjar, Senior Director & GM, Cisco

The Cloud-First Approach

Arjun Chopra, Partner, Floodgate

The A.I. Revolution

Mohammad Islam, Investor, DFJ

ISO 9001-What is in IT for Me?

Govind Ramu, Senior Director Global Quality Management Systems, SunPower Corporation

State of India Venture

Amit Shah, Partner, Artiman Ventures