Mamata Banerjee, Chief Minister of West Bengal promotes the state as a startup hub. The government of the state is ready to encourage all kind of support for the startups and young entrepreneurs.
Pointing on need of security the chief minister said “We want to encourage startups but we must ensure the money does not reach only a select few. We want young entrepreneurs to come up and work for the betterment of the people. There must be privacy in data bank. Whatever business you are doing, it must be fully protected.”
The Industry leaders of Bengal are mentoring and providing professional support to guide the entrepreneur for taking the business to next level. They make the project investment ready and guide for expansion. They also offer guidance to emerging entrepreneurs by providing them with relevant information on acts and rules, incentives, compliances, taxes and more.
On encouraging the young startups and Dr. Amit Mitra the industry and commerce minister of West Bengal, says that “Do not take a job, be an entrepreneur and create jobs. This is the Bengal we want to see. Be a startup. Be disruptive.”
Newly formed Telanagan State’s incubator T-Hub is becoming a role model for various Indian States. Odisha has started their plan to have a startup park to encourage entrepreneurship. IIT-M has also joined this league. This year government is helping startups unlike the previous years. Read more Indian Startup News.
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