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2017 Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Hyderabad: Women First, Prosperity For All

Earlier this year, President Donald Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the U.S. and India would co-host the 2017 Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Hyderabad City, India Nov. 28-30.

The GES is an annual event that draws high-level investors, entrepreneurs and business leaders from around the world. It also provides phenomenal opportunities for professional networking, mentoring, and training intended to help entrepreneurs create new products and services that will transform the world we live in.

The 2017 theme, “Women First, Prosperity for All,” has spotlighted the important role that women play in fostering global growth and prosperity. Women leaders and business owners are critical to the economic development and success of our Nation in both the national and international marketplaces. America has more than 11 million women-owned businesses that employ nearly 9 million people and generate more than $1 trillion in revenue. First Daughter Ivanka Trump is leading the American delegation during this year’s summit.

“It has been an honor to be with such a prestigious group at the 2017 Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Hyderabad” says Rajat Bhatnagar, co-founder of Atomic Launch. His company is helping entrepreneurs in the United States and is currently building a “Entrepreneurial Bridge” between the U.S. and India. Atomic Launch is creating unique products such as “International Soft landing Zones”, “Entity Acquisitions”, “Platform Incubators and Accelerators”, and reciprocal agreements with incubators and accelerators throughout the U.S. and India. “We leverage our ecosystem of professionals that has been growing over the past 35 years to provide facilities and facilitation. Our technology product development background puts us in a unique position to help new entrepreneurs and established companies to innovate, get traction, and get financing. Being from India and now living in the U.S. gives me personal insight in helping to build the Entrepreneurial Bridge between the two countries.”, says Bhatnagar.





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