YourStory will unveil ‘Brands of India’ — an initiative to bring together brand builders, D2C startups, investors, corporates, and policymakers to discover, build, and enable the growth of India’s D2C ecosystem — in a special launch event scheduled for Friday, September 17, 2021.
YourStory’s Brands of India will power a slew of initiatives to fuel its mission of helping daring entrepreneurs create an additional 500 Brands of India in the next three years and enable existing brands to grow their business to $100 million from $10 million.
Join us on September 17 at the Brands of India launch event, which will feature eminent personalities from the D2C startup ecosystem and leaders, policymakers, and influencers in the space.
The day-long event will host fireside chats and panel discussions around areas such as the future of India’s D2C startup ecosystem, building a pure-play D2C brand from India that are acing the D2C marketing game, among others.
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