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Mumbai City FC win 4-0 as Bengaluru FC’s misery deepens        Australia thrash undermanned England in first ODI        AIBEA decides to go ahead with Nov 19 bank strike, discussions with IBA & Managements fail        Erdogan announces extension of grain deal by 120 days        Musk hints at new chief for Twitter        PM to deliver opening address at 'No Money for Terror' event        Transparency, accountability are essence of governance in parliamentary democracy: Birla        Rajiv Gandhi assassination: Centre moves SC seeking review of its order on per-mature release of six convicts        Modi interacts with Biden, Sunak and Macron on sidelines of G20 summit        Rahul says only Congress can protect Constitution which is under constant attack from BJP        Centre misuses offices of Governors: Sitaram Yechury        Pollard announces IPL retirement, appointed as MI's batting coach        Twitter very slow in India: Elon Musk        Amazon plans to lay off 10,000 people in coming days: NYT        PM Modi arrives in Bali for G20 Summit and bilateral meetings with key world leaders        Kharge accuses BJP of divide and rule        CM Mamata Banerjee apologises for Bengal minister's remarks on President Murmu        Sharath Kamal to receive Khel Ratna on November 30        Top police official held in gang rape case        Biden says US will 'vigorously' compete with China        
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Business News
Time for Indian SaaS startups to go global
 
BENGALURU: With increasing digitization and automation across the world, the relevance of cloud-based Software as a Service (SaaS) firms and digital apps is on the rise. According to data from research platform Venture Intelligence, SaaS companies raised $2 billion across 93 deals in the first quarter of 2022.

To assist early-stage SaaS startups to tap into this growth opportunity, Prime Venture Partners and Amazon Internet Services Private Limited (AISPL) are collaborating to host the third installation of 'SaaS Central' program. The two-week hybrid program is designed to support the startups in India that are building for the global market and assist to accelerate their growth journey by focusing on SaaS architecture, product management, go-to-market and industry connect.

"Many hyper-growth SaaS startups in India are developing products to scale globally from the start. With the majority of India's SaaS unicorns building on AWS, we have deep experience in supporting our customers to launch and grow innovative software products, and go global in minutes on our secure, extensive, and reliable cloud infrastructure.

We understand the needs of Indian SaaS startups at all stages of their growth, and through a combination of the broadest and deepest set of cloud products and services and a commitment to help nurture SaaS startups as they navigate critical business milestones, we are well positioned to support them on their journey. We're delighted to kick off the third annual installation of the SaaS Central program to help support, guide, and grow the next cohort of India's innovative SaaS startups," shares Amitabh Nagpal, Head of Startup Ecosystem, India, AISPL.

The hybrid program will include virtual sessions as well as offline workshops with SaaS experts, industry leaders, and mentors in the startup ecosystem, providing cohorts networking opportunities and workshops that can help to accelerate their growth journey.

The speaker line-up has been designed to maximize strategic insights and solution takeaways for the participants.


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World Bank slashes India's FY23 GDP growth forecast to 6.5 pc
KERALA NEWS
Top police official held in gang rape case
 Kozhikode: Police on Sunday arrested a Circle Inspector (station house officer) attached in Beypore  
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INTERNATIONAL NEWS
Erdogan announces extension of grain deal by 120 days
 Ankara: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday that the grain deal will be extended
Musk hints at new chief for Twitter
Modi interacts with Biden, Sunak and Macron on sidelines of G20 summit
PM Modi arrives in Bali for G20 Summit and bilateral meetings with key world leaders
NATIONAL NEWS
PM to deliver opening address at 'No Money for Terror' event
 New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver the inaugural address at the third 'No Money fo
Transparency, accountability are essence of governance in parliamentary democracy: Birla
Rahul says only Congress can protect Constitution which is under constant attack from BJP
Kharge accuses BJP of divide and rule
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