India is probably one of the places in the world where the entrepreneurial energy is able to scale up, not just start, India-born CEO Satya Nadella Said.
The India-born CEO Satya Nadella today kick-started his three-day visit to India, where he participated in an event organized by Microsoft on cloud-first, mobile-first world along with Indian IT expert Nandan Nilekani.
India is apparently one of the places in the world where the entrepreneurial energy is able to expand, not just start said, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
He said the entrepreneurial energy in India is very high and Microsoft is enthused about it. He stated that every time when I come back to India, the thing that grabs in India is the entrepreneurial spirit. There are a whole group of startups who are doing really an exciting work,” Satya said.
He answered that the Center of entrepreneurial energy is right now in India and it is fantastic, the ideas, the quality of the entrepreneurs, the Indian market itself is huge, and moreover it is amazing to see such type of growth, to a question asked by the Indian IT veteran regarding entrepreneurial energy in India.
In India there are has some brands which are already well established, and there is a spectacular cross-section of startups in the country, Nadella said.
The India Stack which was built with the transaction analytics, the diagnostic applications that are getting built, the very idea of a presence where a payments structure getting built on top of Aadhaar by using the cloud, world-class Artificial Intelligence. It was fascinating to come here and learn about, Satya said.
“I think that the entrepreneurial energy of the place is just tremendous,” he said.
Nadella said 2000 startups using Microsoft cloud, it is outstanding. The capital they are getting locally as well as by foreign and the number of people joining the Microsoft Accelerator really, we are very inspired. Moreover, in the last twelve months, there were about 2000 startups in the Microsoft Accelerator program that the company runs out of Bengaluru.