Start-upIn a step towards boosting the startup ecosystem, Haryana Government  on Friday launched the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE), Centre for Internet of Things (IoT ) and incubation centres  in Gurugram.

The State Government in association with NASSCOM also announced the opening of startup warehouse in the city, with 84 seater capacity along with a mobile application development incubation center within the warehouse.  The warehouse has already received more than 350+ applications from the startups for facility.

The announcement was made at the Digital Haryana Summit organised as part of the state’s Swarna Jayanti celebrations, where industry experts, visionaries, thought leaders, policy makers, and academicians came together to discuss the foundation of the state’s digital growth story.  

In the daylong summit, steps were also taken to promote innovation in the field of emerging technologies like IoT, Robotics and Artificial intelligence and create an ecosystem for the adoption of newer solutions in the industry. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology in partnership with the State Government and NASSCOM announced launch of Center of Excellence in the state.

Aligning with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of Digital India, the Government of Haryana launched its IT & ESDM Policy, Tower Policy, Start Up Policy, Cyber Security Policy and SARAL Citizen delivery tracking Portal.  The State Government has been working with KPMG and NASSCOM for over two years to develop a blueprint of Digital Haryana.

Sangeeta Gupta, Senior Vice-President, NASSCOM, said, “Gurgaon has been at the forefront of the technology and business revolution in India. We are pleased to be associated with the State Government to digitally transform the state and are committed to working with the local ecosystem to strengthen it further.”


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