What to expect on day 2 of TechSparks 2022

After an exciting first day in which pioneering entrepreneurs such as Bhavish Aggarwal, Nithin Kamath, Mabel Chacko and Ashish Hemrajani shared their stories and insights, Your history is ready to host more innovators and disruptors on the second day of the nation’s most influential emerging technology conference, TechSparks.

After two years of hosting TechSparks virtually, the startup tech conference is taking place in person this year at Taj Yeshwantpur, Bangalore. And it’s bigger and better than ever.

The theme of the 13th edition of TechSparks is “Building on India’s Tech Agenda”. The three-day event brings together architects and pioneers from across the country’s innovation ecosystem.

From cutting-edge technologies and bold ideas to groundbreaking disruptions and deep, human conversations, TechSparks 2022 is the destination to deliberate, deepen and understand the promise of India’s tech agenda.

On day two, entrepreneur-turned-investor and Snapdeal and Titan Capital co-founder Kunal Bahl is ready to reveal how his experiences have helped him make better decisions. Kunal has made some outstanding bets in some of the top startups in the country today, including Ola, Razorpay, Mamaearth, and Urban Company.

Also watch edtech champions Byju Raveendran and Divya Gokulnath in an unfiltered conversation with Shradha Sharma, founder and CEO of Your historyas they discuss the current state of the Indian edtech industry and what lies ahead.

If you are an aspiring entrepreneur with an eye on the hyperlocal delivery space, listen to Kabeer Biswas, Co-Founder and CEO of Dunzo, and discover the secrets behind creating a ‘Made in India’ hyperlocal business.

Vani Kola, Founder and CEO of Kalaari Capital, will discuss the pitfalls and challenges facing a startup, the secrets to building a successful business, and the mistakes to avoid when taking the IPO route, in a opening session.

In a fireside chat, Rahul Kotha, CBO of Razorpay, will discuss how diversification is the way forward for fintech companies in the country.

The buzzword in the startup ecosystem is “funding winter,” the market correction phase that reduces the chances of startups garnering higher valuations. In a panel discussion, Shanti Mohan from LetsVenture, Ankur Khaitan from Fireside Ventures, Mandeep Julka from Chiratae Ventures and Dilip Gopinath from HSBC tell us what startups need to bring to stand out and raise money.

On the second day of TechSparks, Your history has planned a special set of sessions focused on Web3. Sessions will cover the different business models of Web3, the decentralization strategy, and how Web2 can bring the next billion users to Web3.

Finally, what good is technology if it’s not solving real life problems? In this important panel discussion, Anjali Bansal of Avaana Capital, Hemanth Aluru of Turno, and Abhay Mudgal of Eeki Foods discuss how technology can help combat climate change.