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International Management Institute (IMI) Delhi the premier B-School of the county recently organized its third chapter of annual start-up summit, E-Merge 3.0 at their campus. E-Merge 3.0 is one of the biggest consortiums on Startups across all business schools in the country. It is a one of its kind annual affair dedicated to providing a platform for discussion on upcoming trends in the Startups ecosystem.
A flagship event of IMI, E-Merge 3.0 aimed at highlighting how entrepreneurship is becoming bolder and more dynamic than ever before and the growing numbers of young innovative minds who want to start ventures of their own. The summit witnessed the participation of several founders, co-founders and senior executives from leading Startups in the form of Panel discussions and Entrepreneurial talks.
Welcoming the delegates, guests, students and faculty members, Dr. Debashis Chatterjee, Director General of International Management Institute New Delhi, said “IMI’s role in promoting entrepreneurship and its role in making every effort to serve as a platform acts as an enabler in the promotion and commercialization of viable ideas of the budding entrepreneurs”.
E-Merge 3.0 perceived bigger response this year with eminent speakers- Mr. Rajesh Bysani (CPO, Zoom Car), Mr. Rasik Pansare (Co-Founder & CMO, Getmyparking), Mr. Gaurav Agarwal (co-Founder, 1mg) and much more. E-Merge 3.0 caters to the audience comprising students and alumni of IMI Delhi, who in their career seek to drive the spirit of entrepreneurship.
The Chief Guest of the event, Mr. S.K Zutshi, Circle Head South Delhi from Punjab National Bank at the inaugural ceremony of E-Merge 3.0 said, “Don’t go straight away for the big shot, take some time and move ahead gradually”.
The event was divided into two-panel discussions featuring eminent personalities to brainstorm on the topics — ‘ Is aggregation or disaggregation the answer to solve the enigma of cracking the unorganized Indian markets?’ and ‘To be sitting on a pile of money also reduces one’s discipline in the early going?’. Both the sessions offer insights into the enticing journey of entrepreneurship of successful Startups to the students and act as a source of inspiration for budding entrepreneurs at the campus.
E-Merge 3.0 saw a healthy dialogue among current and future entrepreneurs as they dwell upon the intricacies of the industry as well as the Indian market scenario.
About IMI (New Delhi)
Nestled in the Qutub Institutional Area, International Management Institute (IMI), New Delhi was established in 1981 in collaboration with IMI Geneva (now IMD Lausanne). IMI, New Delhi is India’s first corporate sponsored business school established with the support of corporate houses like RPG Enterprises, Nestle, ITC, SAIL, Tata Chemicals, BOC and Williamson Magor. Over the last 35 years, the Institute has grown in its stature nationally and globally for providing high-quality management education. This is evidenced through the Institute’s International linkages with UNDP, World Bank, ILO, UNCTAD and Asian Productivity Organisation. IMI, New Delhi’s strengths across diverse management disciplines, backed by an excellent team of faculty and the strong network of eminent organizations, helps deliver the Institute’s commitment towards its vision of being a premier global management school.