It might soon get easier for Indian startups to get access to investors from Germany, thanks to an agreement that both the Indian and German governments are planning to sign for a startup exchange programme.
Nirmala Sitharaman, Minister of State for the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, recently met Germany’s Economic Affairs Minister Brigitte Zypries to discuss opportunities for start-up collaboration and knowledge sharing.
“There are synergies between India’s and Germany’s startup ecosystems since both countries have a similar set of sectors investing in new ventures,” a senior government official told ET . Read More…
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