"Incubator is a pretty broad term but is being used loosely," he quoted.Intense networking happened among the attendees during the break and even after the session ended. Doubts on incubation, co-working and startups were clarified. HatchStation hosted the event, helped with logistics and refreshments. Many picked up one day free pass which was available for the community members. HatchStation has become more lively by this event. Thank you all for your presence.
Ashwin is working in an MNC and life has become too monotonous for him. He had an idea for a long time that he wanted to execute but couldn't do it due to lack of resources and money. He wants to be part of a good startup incubation program but he does not know how the filtering is done and what they will take in return. Jagadeesh, a project manager in a medium-sized company is well-settled in his life but he has an ambition of owning a restaurant. A video maker, Sharanya, is looking for new clients. Amar, Ravi and Jyothy are Wanna-be entrepreneurs. These people are part of the jubilant and energetic HES community which met on a clear Saturday morning which would have otherwise been quite a lazy one. Many individuals from across the city came for networking and to contribute to the startup community. Vivek Anand, the organizer, gave a comprehensive talk on incubation programs and their need for existence. Srinivas Kollipara, COO at IIT-H foundation, gave few tips on incubation filtering process and started answering audience queries.