Media restaurants, where locals eat out, will not be left out of this, either.
A key part of the strategy will be creating new spaces for local artists and creatives to create and market their work.
This will help the local economy, said Ankit Desai, co-founder of Dangaball, a startup in the media and entertainment space.
Desai is also the managing director of Digital India, a digital platform that aims to provide local talent to media and content companies.
Digital India has been in development for two years and is a part of Media Ventures, a new venture founded by Media Ventures founder and former Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
Digital Ventures has invested in several local content companies like Techstar and Nadell’s startup, The Bollywood Story, which was acquired by Bollywood producer and TV producer Raja Kodal.
Digital Labs, a non-profit incubator that helps startups incubate and grow locally, is also part of Digital Ventures.
Digital City, an organization that helps small businesses build online presence and a presence in the online space, is part of The Belly.
It also serves as the co-sponsor of the Media City India Conference, a four-day conference and technology expo in New Delhi, which starts Monday.
In this, the digital hub for Indian startups, startups will showcase their products and services and connect with investors and investors will get access to exclusive events and workshops.
“We want to ensure that the people who are interested in entrepreneurship and startups are the ones who are ready to go and take this opportunity,” said Desai.
The new infrastructure will be built in tandem with the existing infrastructure.
For instance, Digital Labs is currently working on a digital hub that is being funded by BTech.
Desay says this hub will help local entrepreneurs in various industries.
“Digital India is a platform that connects entrepreneurs to investors and entrepreneurs with the venture capital to get their idea off the ground and develop it,” he said.
There will be three tiers of digital hubs.
One tier will focus on local startups.
“They will have a platform where they will be able to build their products.
The other tier will be for larger companies that have been successful.
There is a lot of activity happening here,” said Anirudh Pandey, managing director, Digital City.
“If a large company wants to invest in a company, they can use this portal.”
There will also be a second tier for startups.
These are companies that are developing new products and service that they will use to make a profit.
“The idea is that they have to be ready to do business in the digital world,” said Pandey.
So we are taking a different approach,” he added. “
So if a startup has a big idea and wants to go into the world of online shopping, they will get an invitation from the big players and then from there it will be a process of growth.
So we are taking a different approach,” he added.
The third tier of hubs is for small businesses, which will be the first to get access.
This tier will provide a place where small entrepreneurs can start to develop products and sell their products to a wider audience.
Digital Labels, a platform created by Media Labs that helps local startups and startups to grow, will be one of the hubs in this tier.
“Media Labels is an incubator for startups that are looking to get started,” said Sajjan Patel, CEO, Digital Label.
“It’s a place to help them build their business plan, and then provide them with a platform to showcase their product and services.
It’s also an incubators hub that will help them get funding for their next product and service.”
“For us, it’s a big opportunity to have these new hubs and incubators coming up and giving these startups a place,” said Patel.
Digital cities will also play a key role in connecting startups with investors.
Digital Cities will provide investors with access to a portal where they could invest in local startups through a crowdfunding platform.
This portal will allow investors to fund local startups on the basis of their potential, Patel said.
This new ecosystem will be part of an overall strategy of bringing the capital markets to the cities.
“Our plan is to help start-ups start to get funding,” said Sanjay Kumar, managing partner, Digital Cities.
“And as a result, they’ll have a huge presence in New India.”
He added that Digital City will be an incubation hub that attracts a lot more capital to the city.
“This will create a new hub for startup entrepreneurs to be able bring capital to start-up companies,” he concluded.
The Digital City India conference, which is expected to last for four days, will feature several talks and panels, including the Startup Summit, Digital Innovation Summit, Startup India Summit, and Startup Summit India.
“I think the most important thing for us is that it will enable startups to raise