|Bangalore startup scene:In Bangalore i went to a hack weekend event, where more than 30 young motivated „Hackers“ participated. Everyone could introduce their ideas. Afterwards we built groups to work on the strongest ideas. In the end of the weekend every group had the possibility to present their idea to invited investors, business people and successful startup leaders to collect feedback.
Bangalore is very popular and famous for its startup scene. Especially in tech projects. A lot of developers and IT specialists live in Bangalore – most of them working for the tech companies there.
And of course you find here in Bangalore an amount of coworking spaces, incubators and organizations, which help to cultivate and develope the Bangalore startup scene.
One organisator is https://www.facebook.com/groups/blrstartups, where i joint this inspiring weekend. Thanks to Rashmi Ranjan Padhy, by the way, for the great organisation. 🙂
Here some results of this great weekend:
# Lessons Learnt of today:
Set your goals high enough to inspire you and low enough to encourage you.
|Bangalore Green & Tech.I got a cold. It is very cold here at night (under 10 degrees). I didn’t expect that. But lets check out Bangalore in the next days.
Bangalore is one of the most popular cities for tourists in India. Its named on the one hand as the “Garden City”, because it has a lot of green parks inside, lakes and nature areas which provides calm rest in this hectic city.
On the other hand Bangalore also known as the “silicon valley of India”, and has become famous for its information technology development, not just in India but also in other countries of the world.
All big name international companies are located here: Intel, Vodafone, Sony, Microsoft, JP Morgan, and so on. They stay in closed and secured „Tech Villages“. Where you hardly get in without a permission.
The city has in interesting mix of people, and is a very traveler friendly place.
# Lessons Learned today: