TARI’s joint study with ASSOCHAM makes an effort to identify components that establish and nurture institutions and agencies which will effectively lead to a sustained start-up growth. The study also seeks to articulate the nuances, strengths and vulnerabilities of any aspiring start-up nation. The study brings out possibilities of the future roadmap of India and strives to fill up the huge gap between research and policy making as far as Indian start-ups are concerned. For more details of the Report, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or with ASSOCHAM at http://www.assocham.org/publications.php.
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