20 Indian start-ups are going to UK to attend the launch of ‘London Tech Week

Vastavam web: 20 Indian start-ups, covering areas like travel and dairy tech, are participating in the ongoing ‘London Tech Week’ to explore plans of international expansion.The companies, covering areas of stem cell technology to science for children, are part of the India Emerging Twenty (IE20) program launched by London Mayor Sadiq Khan’s business and promotional agency, London & Partners (L&P).”The IE20 initiative is a wonderful way of highlighting the amazing entrepreneurial talent that exists in India, one of the fastest-growing economies in the world. India’s young and dynamic entrepreneurial growth is the driving force behind India’s growth as a country.
The companies have come to the UK to attend the launch of ‘London Tech Week’, meet tech entrepreneurs and business leaders in London, and also take part in a skilling up session with Lord Bilimoria and entrepreneur’s champion Shalini Khemka.”This is an excellent opportunity for the winners, India’s most innovative start-ups, to champion Indian entrepreneurship in the UK,” Khemka said.According to L&P, since 2005 there has been a 125 per cent increase in Indian companies across all business sectors investing in London, with a 117 per cent increase in tech companies investing in the city, which accounts for 45 per cent of all projects.
This year 345 Indian companies entered the IE20 program, over 100 more than the previous year.From last year’s cohort, two companies have already set up offices in London Latent View Analytics and Curadev Pharma, bringing nearly 100 new jobs in the initial three years.”IE20 helped us with recognition and credibility among prospective clients,” Vijay Ganesan, Business Development Manager at Latent View Analytics, said