HYDERABAD: While Hyderabad city is gearing up for Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES), a series of entrepreneurial events with tagline ‘Road to GES’, are bringing together start-up ecosystem enablers across the world. The events, which have been running from September, will make their final stop at Hyderabad on November 26 to 27 leading to the main GES event from November 28 to 30. As a part of this series, women entrepreneurs across the world are sharing their views as the theme of the eighth edition of the summit is “Women First, Prosperity for All”.
One of these finale events is ‘Road to GES: Beyond Boundaries’ a unique conference wherein for the first time ever T-Hub will be collaborating with INK, NITI Aayog and TS government as hosts at the HITEX Exhibition Centre in the city on November 26 to 27. T-Hub CEO Mr Jay Krishnan said, “Apart from panel discussions, there will be an opportunity for entrepreneurs to pitch ideas for their start-ups in three different streams.”
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