The implications of COVID-19 have accelerated digital adoption at an unimaginable scale. The increasing use of technology to work, think, innovate and stay connected have shaped new digital habits. India’s product and startup sector is rapidly innovating for this new normal with SaaS, DeepTech, Healthtech, Edtech, Fintech and Future of Work emerging as resilient fast-growing segments.
The National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM), today, kick-starts the 17th edition of its flagship event, NASSCOM Product Conclave 2021 (NPC 2021) from 11th to 13th January 2021. For the first time ever, NPC is being hosted virtually with a focus on reimagining the key building blocks of the future. The theme for NPC 2021 –Reimagine NEXT, will deep-dive into The Big Shifts that are accelerating tech innovation; Work 2.0 – re-imagining talent and processes for the new normal; The Digital Enterprise – technology changes at an organizational level; The Growth Playbook for product entrepreneurs; and IndiaProductified –MakeinIndia for Bharat, and the world.
The three-day conclave will orchestrate 6 focused summits dedicated to Work2.0, IoT, Hardware and Devices, Fintech, Healthtech, Bharat and Product management, which will bring in leaders and influencers across the value chain to share their expert views, opportunities, challenges around, and the extent of simplified policy framework required to “Reimagine the Next” in the new hyper-digital normal.
The stalwarts from the Indian and global technology industry, C-level executives and expert academics will be speaking at the event, representing leading companies including Arundhati Bhattacharya, Chairperson & CEO, Salesforce, India, Sridhar Vembu, Founder & CEO, ZOHO Corp, Thomas Kurian, CEO, Google Cloud, Anil Chakravarthy, Executive Vice President & General Manager, Adobe, Divya Gokulnath, Co-Founder, BYJU’S, Marty Cagan, Partner at Silicon Valley Product Group and Suresh Kumar, Global Chief Technology Officer and Chief Development Officer, Walmart, to name few.
In all, the virtual conclave is set to witness over 10,000+ participants across 80+ sessions and host 100+ marquee speakers from across geographies. Along with product showcases and exhibitions from new age startups, the conclave will also host industry roundtables, enterprise and investor connect sessions, fireside chats with industry leaders, key panel discussions and AMA talks.
Further details of the event can be seen at https://productconclave.in/
The detailed agenda of the event can be viewed at https://npc2021.sched.com/
The complete list of speakers can be viewed at https://npc2021.sched.com/directory/speakers
The National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM®) is the premier trade body and chamber of commerce of the Tech industry in India and comprises over 2800-member companies including both Indian and multinational organisations that have a presence in India. Our membership spans across the entire spectrum of the industry from start-ups to multinationals and from products to services, Global Service Centers to Engineering firms. Guided by India’s vision to become a leading digital economy globally, NASSCOM focuses on accelerating the pace of transformation of the industry to emerge as the preferred enablers for global digital transformation. Our strategic imperatives are to reskill and upskill India’s IT workforce to ensure that talent is future-ready in terms of new-age skills, strengthen the innovation quotient across industry verticals, create new market opportunities – both international and domestic, drive policy advocacy to advance innovation and ease of doing business, and build the Industry narrative with focus on Talent, Trust and Innovation. And, in everything we do, we will continue to champion the need for diversity and equal opportunity.
NASSCOM has played a key role in not just the growth of the Industry to become a $180+Billion industry today, but we have helped establish the Tech industry in India as one of the most trusted partners, globally. NASSCOM continues to make significant efforts in contributing towards India’s GDP, exports, employment, infrastructure development and global visibility. Our membership base constitutes over 95% of the industry revenues in India and employs over 4 million professionals, and as technology blends into every aspect of the economy, we expect the industry to become key driver of growth, development and inclusion for the country. Our mission is to make India a global hub for Innovation and Talent so when the world thinks Digital, the world will think India.