• Startup Job Fair
  • Panel Discussion
  • Co-founder Meet

powered by : NASSCOM 10000 STARTUPS!

in association with EDC IIT, Delhi

supported by INC42 MAGAZINE

  • For Startups
  • For Talents
  • For Co-Founders
  • For Entrapreneurs

On 29 March, 2014

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About Event

Startups: Toot your horn and hire the best talents in town. Inspire these young chaps coz they are the ones having a startup mindset, of working 5 to 9 & breaking a few rules. Hire these awesome Ninjas! Hiring is by far the biggest challenges faced by startups and ironically the least addressed. Our company ‘FYGW’ has been helping startups hire awesome talents and finally we’ve taken it to the next level. It’s an awesome opportunity for startups to hire best talents from the top colleges across Delhi NCR.

Talents:If you think the unthinkable, reason the unreasonable, you might have an entrepreneurial spirit. We’ve got some awesome internship / job opportunities & you might as well be walking back from the event with an internship / job confirmation letter. Some awesome and motivating talks by Startup founder’s and other keynote speakers and eventually a speed dating format interview with them. Live your dream in the Great Jobs Expo!

Event Schedule

Speakers / Panelist of the Event

If you are looking for a keynote speaker, an after dinner speaker, a conference facilitator or for something completely different, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got expert’s speech from around the Delhi NCR

Rajat Tandon

Senior Director Start-ups - NASSCOM

NASSCOM is the apex body of the Indian IT and ITES/BPO industry. NASSCOM’s 10,000 Start-ups initiative, aims to foster entrepreneurship, enable incubation, funding and support for technology start-ups in India.

Aditya Dev Sood

Founder and CEO of the Center for Knowledge Societies (CKS)

Aditya Dev Sood is Founder and CEO of the Center for Knowledge Societies (CKS), an innovation consulting firm that provides design services of a kind that Indian industry never thought it would even need — User Research, User Experience Design, Design Strategy and Innovation Management.

Swati Bhargava

CEO & Co-Founder (Cashkaro.com - ‘India’s largest Cashback & Coupons site’)

Swati Bhargava is the CEO and Co-founder of Cashkaro.com, India’s largest Cashback & Coupons website. Thousands of members log on to www.cashkaro.com daily to get offers and Coupons on 500+ established brands Cashkaro has a tie-up with e.g. Myntra, Jabong, Amazon.in, eBay, Yatra

Prukalpa Sankar

Founder (Social Cops)

Prukalpa’s our Business Lead at Social Cops. She started building communities using technology from the age of 10 when she hardcoded an HTML website for Harry Potter Fans around the world.

Ritesh Agarwal

Founder (oravel.com)

India’s Ritesh Agarwal was among the 10 winners of the 2013 Thiel Fellowship, it was announced on Friday, making him the only winner from the country. The a 19-year-old Orissa native won the fellowship for the travel site that he founded, Oravel.com. Started by venture capitalist Peter Thiel, the former founder and CEO of PayPal, the fellowship awards a $100,000 grant to entrepreneurs under 20 years of age, provided they skip college and delve immediately into a business for two years.

Sahil Baghla

Founder (Bluegape)

Sahil Baghla, Founder, Bluegape, is an an entrepreneur by character and an IITian by education. A fellow who has his dreams and a knack to follow them madly, Sahil founded Bluegape, a startup specializing in selling merchandise.

Our Esteemed Partners / Sponsors for this event

FYGW has been honored to partner with some of the world’s greatest brands. Please take a look at our featured brands section below and inquire if you are interested in connecting with our global audience of hyper-connected influencers.

Powered By : NASSCOM 10000 Startups

Media Partner : Inc42 Magazine

Ticketing Partner : Mera Events

Students Partner : EventsInDU.com

Ecosystem Partner : National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN)

Technology Partner : Web Uniqueness

Incubator Partner : Center for Knowledge Societies (CKS)

E-commerce Partner : Cashkaro.com

Branding Partner : DYWorks

Executive Presence - Invited Startups

When leaders with executive presence speak, people listen - because the talk is filled with conviction instead of equivocation. They inspire that I'll-follow-you-anywhere loyalty, conveying an aura of warmth and authenticity to everybody from the receptionist to the CEO




Social Cops


Smart Square Technologies Private Limited



Chandni Chowk Food


Poster Gully


Grown Out





Urban Chefs


Greedy Game










Why work in Startups ?

Working in a startup is different from working for a large, established corporation. While there are pros and cons to both environments, startups offer some remarkable benefits.
My favorite is responsibility: you will be given a lot of responsibility in a startup, from day one. Most startups are small, and require that every team member pull his or her weight, taking on the task at hand and completing it.
Another great reward of working in a startup is impact. Every day you can see the effect of your work, good or bad. You are making things progress – this is incredibly fulfilling.
These two aspect combine to provide a sense of ownership that makes a startup experience exhilarating. Oh, and I forgot to mention the possible multi-crore monetary reward after few years, if your startup succeeds!
Pretty much for all the reasons why working in a startup is so great.
If you are on the tech side of the house, you will be able to work with the latest technologies on our SaaS web-based application.
If you are in business development, we will depend on you for taking the product to market and generating business.
If you are in customer support, you are the internal champion for our customers, and you make their voice heard inside the office.
We are agile, we are ambitious, we are growing and our team members are the ones making it all happen!
Why to work in a startup is a very subjective question with different people having different opinions. In my case, I had been working as an Investment Banker for nearly 6 years, doing 12-14 hour days. I realised that if I worked those many hours for myself, I would be able to build a much better value for myself 3 years later than if I continued working as a Banker. Hence, even though the money was great, I decided to quit and start dineout.co.in.
To answer this question, I look back at my journey and realise that for me, the reasons for joining a startup are ;
  • Very High Satisfaction level
  • In a startup environment everyone is a contributor. There is no hierarchy and everyone’s contribution can be seen and felt in the company’s success. There is a much higher level of satisfaction across the team
  • Multiple roles need to be taken on
  • When starting a company there is a LOT of work to do. Those who find themselves in an early-stage company will often get the chance to try their hand at multiple verticals outside of their core competencies. This gives people the opportunity to challenge themselves and engage in areas of business where they wouldn't have otherwise had the opportunity.
  • Great work environment & Team dynamics
  • You will likely find that the hours are less ridged, the office attire less stuffy, and the level of camaraderie significantly higher.
  • Chances of progression much higher as team grows
  • Due to smaller team sizes, the level of responsibility increases and you are often plunged into taking on tasks outside your title's norm. Startups often grow quickly and 'promotion from within' is typical for early employees.
  • Rewards are much higher
  • Being an early employee in a successful venture can often set you up financially for life. 3 years with a successful startup is worth double in terms of experience with a larger company.
dineout was started by Four friends, who have known each other for more than 20 year. They got together to bring forth their passion for business & food and started dineout.co.in. They have worked hard to build dineout as the premier table reservation service in the country.

The 3 words that describe the working environment at dineout are;

Fun : We work hard but play even harder
Crazy : We work 7 days a week, 24 hours a day (of course day offs are there) and it is bound to get crazy.
Rewarding : making sure that our diners have the best possible experience everyday is very rewarding.
At dineout, each and every employee is equal and the management team makes sure that everyone contributes towards the success of the company.
Dineout is an amazing place to learn, about everything, from building a great company, to ensuring 100% customer satisfaction. A place where one can create an insane amount of impact everyday. We are a team which is very open to new ideas which align with our core mission.
In short, dineout is a place to have fun, fulfil your career aspirations and build a company along with building yourself personally and professionally.
And along the way, we have won many awards and some amazing accomplishments ;

Finalist, Startup India Funding Challenge 2013 by Stern Fisher and CNBC TV18 – Recognized in the category of “Disruptive Potential”
Finalist on the show “The Pitch Season 3” on Bloomberg TV.
City Runner Up, New Delhi at Microsoft Bizsparks 2013
1st Ever Websparks winner – January 2013 (By Yourstory.in and Qualcomm Ventures)
And we also have crazy parties to celebrate our success!!!
I think the biggest reason to work in a startup is a chance to make a difference. Everyone is a contributor and work towards making sure that the idea clicks. Bureaucracy is virtually non-existent making it easier for you to effectively building something, which solves a real problem. Secondly, you will never get bored! In a startup there is so much to be done that you are consistently challenged to achieve more. Also, you get to see all the shades of the business, Marketing, Ops, sales, social media, technology, you name it! Beyond these reasons, you are bound to have fun! :-) As Steve Jobs has said, 'Why join the navy if you can be a pirate?' It pretty much sums it up!
We’re a bunch of driven, energetic and quick-witted people and thinking on our feet is second nature to us. A charged work environment, with the excitement of working in a high growth start-up environment and building great products together from scratch - working at ixigo is an everyday adrenaline rush! We encourage a flexible and fun culture in office with impromptu jokes and games. From gaming breaks (we love a good game of Table Tennis, Chess, Carrom) to our outings, from our snacks and beverages to our parties, we’re never short of reasons to celebrate. ‘Coz all work and no play make our Jacks and Jills dull boys and girls! So, ixigo is a place for dreamers and rockstars who challenge the status quo every single day and have loads of fun alongside. Does this sounds like you? Then we should be talking!

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