Connect With The Best In The Business | Next Growth Conclave 2017

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Connect With The Best In The Business | Next Growth Conclave 2017

The NEXT Growth Conclave was initiated in 2016 as a platform that would help entrepreneurs explore their potential. It is an event where entrepreneurs and experts in the business sector share their experiences of taking their businesses to the next level and provide invaluable first-hand insights to the next-generation of entrepreneurs. This year, the second edition of the NEXT Growth Conclave will be hosted on December 22 by NEXT Venture Corp. The event is expected to see a turnout of around 1,500 attendees--more than double last year’s figures of 700.

 

2017’s lineup

Participants to this year’s conclave have many reasons to attend the event. For one, there’s ‘Startup Valley’, a showcase piece where startups will get to display their products and services to attendees. These attendees will comprise company founders, investors, potential customers, startup enthusiasts and media personnel. This event will allow entrepreneurs to connect with a network of influencers and early adopters, and also receive media coverage, all of which will help accelerate the growth of their emerging business.

The lineup of the speakers at the conclave was the biggest attraction for entrepreneurs attending the event last year. During the conclave’s first iteration, the uniqueness of each of the speaker’s experience and the varying  themes in each segment created an engaging event that offered valuable takeaways for attendees.

As was the case last year, this year’s lineup of speakers will also include veterans from national and international business sectors who will take the stage to share their knowledge about running a successful venture. Local big names include Dr Upendra Mahato, Founder of Mahato Group of Industries, and Global IME’s Khem Raj Dhakal.

 

Discussion rounds and new forums

This year, the NEXT Growth Conclave will host discussions that will focus on the entrepreneurial sector, and the invited leaders will initiate conversations aimed at coming up with possible ways to transform industries such as finance, medicine and tourism. These discussions will be followed by sessions where attendees will be taught how to come up with comprehensive sector-focused strategies that should influence the nation’s development.



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