She Loves Tech India 2021 - The National Grand Challenge Finals on 8th September

 She Loves Tech India 2021 - The National Grand Challenge Finals on 8th September

On September 8, the finals of the “She Loves Tech India 2021 - The National Grand Challenge,” co-organized by Kerala Startup Mission (KSUM) and She Loves Tech (SLT), to held online.

The world's largest startup competition for women and technology, "She Loves Tech 2021 Global Startup Competition," promises a global platform for women and women impact tech startups to exhibit their prowess in front of top investors and influencers from across the world.

A total of ten startups from throughout the country are competing in the finals. With more 1:1 facetime with prominent Venture Capitalists (VCs), mentoring hours, and direct cash and investment prizes of up to USD 50,000 throughout the series, businesses may expect improved funding prospects this year.

At the conclusion, a number of speakers will address various sessions, including Mr John M Thomas, CEO, KSUM; Mr Leanne Robers, Co-Founder, She Loves Tech; Ms Deeksha Ahuja, Founding Member - Encubay Angel Network; Mr Arjun Rao, Early Stage Deep Tech VC, Speciale Invest; and Ms Amra Naidoo, Cofounder & General Partner, Accelerating Asia.

At a session, Ms Kritika Singh, Senior Manager, Invest India, will discuss "Opportunities for Women Entrepreneurs in India."

A panel discussion on "Strategies for a Better Normal" will feature Mr Jenaan Lilani, Head of Operations, Diversity & Inclusion, Villgro Innovations Foundation; Ms Priya Shah, General Partner, Theia Ventures; Ms Tejashree Shah, Consultant, iCreate; and Ms Revathi Krishna, Executive Director, Suyati Chapter Chair - Tie Women Kerala.

Over 40 countries are participating this year, including Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Poland, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam, UAE, and the United States.

The Kerala State University of Management (KSUM) is the state's primary body for entrepreneurship development and incubation.