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“Big congratulations for the flawless hosting of the Breaking Barriers Mumbai event! I must tell you – I have attended multiple conferences until now in my professional life – but this one was by far as crisp and substance oriented as could be! ”
The September 2016, our #BreakingBarriers series brought together ambitious women in business to reflect on on sustaining business growth amidst competition, a reality for small and large businesses today.
In an inclusive yet thought-provoking environment, we discussed:
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Our speakers are drawn from leading Indian corporates or have built successful businesses of their own. Here is a preview, and you can see the complete list here!
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IBM Global Entrepreneur Program (GEP) is the Startup initiative of IBM. As a part of the initiative it offers Cloud Credits comprising of IBM Softlayer and Bluemix to Startups less than 5 years, worth $2000/month for a year. It offers technical mentoring on IBM Cloud technologies as well.
Besides that IBM GEP also conducts B2B Startup challenge called the IBM GEP Smartcamp pan India, where the winners are given IBM certificates, press coverage, pitching before VCs and successful entrepreneurs, showcasing their applications to CIOs and IBM Sales team. Visit to learn more about opportunities for you.
17th September, 2016, 10 AM – 4 PM
Venue: Barclays RISE, 1902, 19th Floor, Tower B, Peninsula Business Park, G K Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai
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