The 10,000 start-ups initiative, which is a national database of start-ups and identifies the areas of their operations, offer one-stop platform for all fresh entrepreneurs.

“In first two phases at least 529 people were impacted. The association had earlier sent a 30-member representative delegation of software products and solutions to the Silicon Valley in US for providing a global platform for young entrepreneurs,” Rajat Tandon, senior director of NASSCOM 10,000 Start-ups initiative, said during a press conference in Bangalore.

He said that the registry would act as a discovery platform for enterprises, investors, media, and government authorities.

According to the company, around 125 applications, of the 7,000 received in the first two phases, are currently under various stages of the start-up process, which include receiving funding, acceleration and mentoring.


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