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‘Investors want the din to settle in Hyderabad’

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TES-2013 chairman Srini Raju, president Murali Bukkapatnam, and Focus Venture managing director Anantha Rao during a press conference in Hyderabad on Wednesday.- Photo: Mohammed Yousuf
TES-2013 chairman Srini Raju, president Murali Bukkapatnam, and Focus Venture managing director Anantha Rao during a press conference in Hyderabad on Wednesday.- Photo: Mohammed Yousuf

The Pearl City is still priority, but investors would prefer a better business environment in the city, said Srini Raju, chairman of the TiE Entrepreneurial Summit – TES – 2013.

“The place is still on the investors’ radar, but they want the ongoing noises to calm down in Hyderabad,” Mr. Raju said after announcing the schedule of the global summit here on Wednesday.

Still in demand

In the backdrop of the continuing disturbances, and the impact on the industry in Andhra Pradesh, he said Hyderabad still had the desired infrastructure and business environment necessary to groom entrepreneurship.

Mr. Raju said the theme of the three-day event, to be held in the city from 18{+-}20 December is Yes, you can. Dream-Think-Achieve .

The conference hopes to bring together entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, policymakers and thought industry, with a view to assisting existing and aspiring entrepreneurs find solutions to common challenges and in providing a platform for engagement with the country’s leading entrepreneurs.

The summit is expected to be addressed by over 200 global speakers and will have about 2,000 participants from across the globe in attendance. TiE’s Hyderabad president Murali Bukkapatnam said the summit would boost investor sentiment, and was the need of the hour.

City to host global TiE Entrepreneurial Summit in December


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