SourceTrace has been invited to participating in “technology for good”, session organized by NASSCOM foundation in the first of it’s kind cohort in Bangalore on March 11th 2015. NASSCOM is aiming to drive thought leadership and to foster interest in the ‘technology for good’ ecosystem, the conference showcase IT and communications based solutions (apps and process) in education, healthcare, financial inclusion, skills and training, agriculture and food supply, solutions for Persons with Disabilities and other similar areas. NASSCOM is putting together a program that will bring together innovators and entrepreneurs, industry leaders, experts and investors to discuss problem solving with technology for a wider economic or social gain for India and the various aspects which goes into fostering the ‘Technology for Good’ landscape.
As part of the session titled: ‘Social Start-up Pitch’, SourceTrace is pitching its DATAGREEN (DG) Agri Mobile solution for Agriculture and also would be interacting with participants. In addition to providing participants with a glimpse of your innovation/project, this will strengthen the case for a larger ecosystem support for ‘Technology for Good’ and in particular, deepen the interest of impact investors, CSR funds and Govt support to scale ‘Technology for Good’.
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