“We must believe in Our Potential” PM Modi On Tier 2. 3 Cities’ youth powering Startups


At the 30th of June, 2022 India has 72,993 recognized startups, as per DPIIT

Government officials have been optimistic on the Indian startup ecosystem since the introduction of the Startup India initiative in 2016

In addition, the government declared repeatedly that it will continue providing support to startups from Tier 2 , 3 and 4 cities across the country.

In his message to the people of the nation in his home on the Red Fort on India’s 76th Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the entrepreneurs behind India’s startups were from Tier 2/3 cities as well as villages in the country.

“We are studying Digital India and startups. Who are the people behind them? These are the people from the Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities, and the talent who lives in a village,” the Prime Minister addressed people for the nineth time in a row. time.

The Prime Minister also said, “These are our youngsters who are tackling the world with their new technological advancements.

Speaking more about the founding fathers from India’s Tier cities 2 and 3, he said “We need to be confident in our capabilities. Only when we’re in touch with the ground reality of our nation can we really fly.”

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In June 2022 India has 72,993 registered startups, as per the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT).

Government officials have been adamant on the startup ecosystem in India since the introduction of the Startup India initiative in the year 2016. Additionally, in the course of his speech as Prime Minister in on the Red Fort in 2015, Modi gave the slogan”Startup India and stand up for India’. It was an stepping stone to an initiative called the Startup India initiative which was officialized the following year.

Startups that have been launched since the time of this report has grown by 25%, and it has increased by up to 377%, as per Inc42 information. According to DPIIT information, 80 new startups are being registered in India each day.

Additionally, the government has displayed its determination to support startups from Tier 2 , 3 and 4 cities of the country at numerous times. On March 1, DPIIT Secretary Anurag Jain recommended that unicorns should be incorporated into districts to help facilitate the growth and growth of the startup community in the districts.

The transition to city Tiers 2/3 is an evolution step. Hubs like Bengaluru or Delhi NCR have the most unicorns and startups in the country which means that there’s a lot of competition.

The startups in these major centers must be competitive for resources. Additionally, talent has seen the toughest competition, with firms providing huge packages and benefits to the top talent in the field. Thus, India’s startup community is gradually expanding its reach to city of Tiers 2 and 3 which have this wealth of talent.

In Delhi NCR startups are slowly making their way from the city’s center of Delhi towards the greater NCR. Gurugram, Faridabad, Noida and Ghaziabad are emerging as centers. Similar trends are seen across the globe; cities like Mumbai as well as Pune, Bengaluru and Chennai and Hyderabad are starting to emerge.

The PM’s remarks, as such are in the context of the changing nature of India’s startup industry which is on the verge of an important paradigm shift.

India is now the third largest ecosystem of its kind in the entire world according to the amount of money raised and the number of unicorns that have been created. According to Economic Pitch most recent reportentitled ‘ The State of Indian Startup Ecosystem Report 2022 the Indian startups have raised $131 billion from 2014 through H1 2022, and have a total valuation of $450 billion.

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