For the first time, a separate tech park at CES 2020 to showcase Indian startups

29th December 2019
For the first time, a separate tech park at CES 2020 to showcase Indian  startups

New Delhi, December , 2019:Silicon Valley-based venture capitalist, Asha Jadeja Motwani has announced the launch of India Tech Park at CES2020, the largest and most influential technology event worldwide, which is going to be held in Las Vegas  between January 7 and 10, 2020.
India Tech Park is a platform for Indian start-ups working towards a sustainable future utilizing technological innovation and creating products that tackle pressing global problems. The purpose is to showcase India’s blooming consumer electronic systems startups globally and provide them exposure to the international startup ecosystem. The startups chosen are driven by responsible young entrepreneurs with sensitivity to climate, water, and sustainable food practices.
Says Asha Jadeja Motwani, founder of Motwani Jadeja Foundation: "The startup ecosystem in India is still evolving. The promise shown by Indian start-ups is incredible. Buoyed by bold, fresh economic policies and reduced red tape, Indian startups can truly lead the world and can contribute to the goal of a $5 Trillion economy by 2025 and even overshoot it to reach a $10 Trillion economy if nurtured and supported well."
"The government has taken a lot of initiatives to provide a push to the startup culture in the country but the international exposure to the enterprising startups is still relatively low.  Indian policy makers need to be part of the macroeconomic world and talk in global terms to compete in the world economy”.
Some of the startups promoted by India Tech Park in CES 2020 are - Calamus, Hyper Lychee, Wagr, Altifarm, Strom Motors and Stempedia.
Asha Jadeja Motwani is a Silicon Valley based Venture Capitalist, Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, and Change agent for “exponential change” in the world.  As a Venture Capitalist, she has invested in over 100 startups, some of which have gone on to become public companies including Kaltix (now Google), Jareva (now Veritas) and Mimosa Systems. She has been a speaker at TiE Global Summit, Stanford University, Ink Talks, World Economic Forums to name a few. Motwani Jadeja Foundation (MJF) is a non-profit organization which has created a network of entrepreneurs in South Asia trained to think and drive exponential change. The areas of work include disruptive entrepreneurship, poverty alleviation, gender parity, and sustainable development.