Inc42 is holding the third edition of its flagship virtual product conference, The Makers Summit 2023
TMS 2023 will explore the most revolutionary products and the strategies hottest startups that are bending the rules and challenging the norms
Join the likes of Bhavin Turakhia of Zeta; BYJU’S Divya Gokulnath; MapmyIndia’s Rohan Verman; Nazara’s Nitish Mittersain, and 50+ leading product minds
It is that time of the year when we reflect upon the past and gear up for what’s next to come. For the last three years, Inc42 has been doing this proactively via forum discussions where stakeholders from the startup ecosystem come together and shed light on the past, the present and the future of Indian startups.
Every year, our flagship conference, The Makers Summit (TMS) brings together the best minds from the industry to talk about some of the biggest triumphs and failures, the hottest trends to look out for and the sectors that are shaping the future.
This time around, TMS 2023, India’s largest virtual product conference, is all set to explore the most revolutionary products and the hottest startups that creating ground-breaking innovations.
Unlike last year, when the profitability rationale ruled the minds of many, startups are now more focussed on building future-proof business models and prioritising sustainability over excessive cash burn. This is the time to unlearn old strategies and decode modern-day actionable tactics to take your business to the next level.
Scheduled for March 24 and 25, TMS 2023 will explore the product strategies of India’s fastest-growing startups. The summit will also allow you to engage with 60+ leading product minds, founders and leaders across 30+ power-packed sessions and become the first in line to implement the tried and tested mantras of their success.
Join the likes of Bhavin Turakhia, the founder and CEO of Zeta & Flock; BYJU’S cofounder Divya Gokulnath; Rohan Verman, the CEO and executive director of MapmyIndia; Nazara’s founder and CEO Nitish Mittersain, and many others, at Inc42’s two-day virtual event.
According to the Centre’s IBEF, India is among the top five nations in the field of space exploration. The country’s global ranking can be further improved with the help of startups which are bringing modern technology to the fore and disrupting the spacetech game.
In a panel discussion – ‘Is India Ready For The Spacetech Jump’ – our esteemed panel of experts, including Pixxel’s founder and CEO Awais Ahmed; Skyroot’s cofounder, Naga Bharath Daka; Dhruva Space’s cofounder Sanjay Nikkanti and Speciale Invest’s managing partner, Vishesh Rajaram, will deliberate over the monetary and regulatory outlook of India’s spacetech sector.
At TMS 2023, expect a panel discussion on the state of EV mobility in India from Log9’s founder and CEO Akshay Singhal, BluSmart Mobility’s cofounder Punit K Goyal and others.
Attendees will even get an opportunity to engage with Nazara’s Mittersain and BEENEXT’s partner Chinmaya Saxena at a fireside chat on India’s gamingtech potential and its position in the global market.
Apart from exploring opportunities abroad, we will also talk about the strategies that can help Indian startups create disruptive technologies for Bharat consumers. This includes tapping the lucrative agritech sector. Join Sanjay Dasari, the cofounder and head of growth at WayCool Foods; Cropin’s cofounder and COO Kunal Prasad for a candid session on pushing sustainable farming with agritech 2.0.
TMS 2023 will bring startup leaders of some of India’s biggest startups to understand what worked for them and what didn’t.
If you ever wondered how MapmyIndia achieved the coveted unicorn status and what went into building a differentiated product, join MapmyIndia’s Verma in a conversation with Nikhil Subramaniam, senior editor, Inc42. In a fireside session, the duo will decode the unicorn startup’s product playbook and how it fought tooth and nail in a monopolistic market.
In one of our curated masterclasses, you will also get an opportunity to interact with Kuku FM’s cofounder and CEO Lal Chand Bisu and explore how he growth hacked the way to 2.5 Mn+ subscribers, and his marketing strategy for managing customer acquisition costs (CAC), among other things. In addition, the cofounder of Great Learning, Arjun Nair, will delve into the strategies for building and scaling an upskilling product, while LogiNext’s Dhruvil Sanghvi will share how the startup cracked the GTM (go-to-market) strategy in the US.
Besides this, FamPay’s Agniva Singhal and Fatima Raja will hold masterclasses on cracking the product positioning game and creating timeless brands through product design.
At the product conference, attendees can ask live questions and interact with IndiaMART’s founder and CEO Dinesh Agarwal; Oxyzo & OfBusiness’s cofounder and CEO Asish Mahopatra; PeerCapital’s managing partner Ankur Pahwa; and Rajiv Srivatsa, partner, Antler.
The panellists will deep dive into the changing face of B2B ecommerce and how marketplaces are tapping into the aspirational ‘Make In India’ opportunity.
In addition, a session on data analytics tech stack, which is to be hosted by Google’s staff software engineer Arpit Bhayani, will give actionable insights into picking the right tools and managing analytics costs at different stages of your business growth.
Not only this, unicorn startup Zeta’s Turakhia and Avendus Capital’s MD Karan Sharma will be getting into the nitty gritty of fintech, how regulations are shaping its future, and the potential it holds.
This year, as many as 5K attendees will get an exclusive opportunity to hear from the who’s who of the startup community. Join the stalwarts to decode everything from product playbooks, hiring lessons, modern technologies and government regulations at TMS 2023.
If you are a startup founder, a startup employee or someone looking to invest in one, we invite you to India’s largest product conference to decode the most exciting opportunities in the startup ecosystem.
It’s time to network with like-minded individuals and gain valuable industry connections.