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KDEM plans to re-design, re-develop its website. Interested parties can participate.

Karnataka Digital Economy Mission is planning to redevelop, redesign its website and use external agenices to maintain the same. Initially, the bids were requested by 5 May 2022. This has been further extended by 2 weeks for more companies to participate. Interested parties can contact the General Manager of Administrations at gm.admin@karnatakadigital.in The scope of work can be downloaded and found in : https://karnatakadigital.in/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/KDEM-Website-scopeofwork.pdf

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The Economic Times writes on Bangalore’s role in nurturing GCCs – Global capability centres: Incubate for innovation

In August 2019, Harvard Business Review published the article, ‘Digital Doesn’t Have to be Disruptive’ (bit.do/fwECZ) by Nathan Furr and Andrew Shipilov, which highlighted that best results come from adaptation rather than reinvention. The article describes how various companies have had to transform themselves as they were disrupted by ‘digital’ newbies. What clearly stood out in Furr and Shipilov’s piece was that at the heart of every digital transformation was the customer. In the US, every industry is a target of disruption, putting immense pressure on US enterprises to continue to innovate. Most large US corporations have capability centres around

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Global Startup Ecosystem Report 2020: Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai rated among world’s top startup ecosystems

Two Indian cities on Thursday made it onto the top 40 of the world’s most favourable ecosystems to build a globally successful startup, topped by the Silicon Valley in California. Bangalore was ranked 26th and Delhi 36th in ‘The Global Startup Ecosystem Report 2020’ by Startup Genome, with Mumbai topping a parallel “Top Emerging Ecosystems” ranking. The Startup Genome report analyses cities around the world where early stage startups have the best shot at building global success. “Delhi joins Bangalore in the list of top ecosystems, bringing the number of Indian cities represented up to two,” notes Startup Genome, a

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Karnataka launches the ‘Beyond Bengaluru’ initiative to build innovation and technology ecosystem beyond the capital city

In the run up to the Bengaluru Tech Summit 2020 — the flagship technology summit organised by the Department of Electronics, Information Technology, Biotechnology and Science & Technology, Government of Karnataka — the launch of the Beyond Bengaluru initiative was announced. Beyond Bengaluru, which will be an integral part of the Bengaluru Tech Summit 2020, is focused towards building an innovation and technology ecosystem in the state of Karnataka. The programme takes root in the new IT policy 2020 – 2025, which aims to boost IT penetration and innovation in the state holistically. The programme aims at enhancing growth in

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