DPIIT Seeks Consultants' Help To Attract Investments In Indian Startups
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India, May 23 -- The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) has shortlisted four companies - Grant Thornton India, Ernst & Young, PricewaterhouseCoopers and KPMG Advisory Service- to evaluate the government's Startup India programme.
DPIIT said that the four "were found to be qualified and accordingly it was decided to call them for technical presentation". The consultant would define a "futuristic vision" for time-bound targets to improve India's global standing and develop "measurable indicators", as the investment in startups, number of startups and employment generation.
It will also be the single node of access to line ministries for startups to pitch their ideas and as they trial-run disruptive technologie...
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