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National Grand Challenge of She Loves Tech summit aimed at empowering women entrepreneurs

To encourage women entrepreneurs and technology innovations which impact women positively, She Loves Tech’s national grand challenge was held in India for the first time. Nusrath Jahan, the founder of Cyca Onco Solutions, won the She Loves Tech award and will represent India at China for the final round.

It is for the first time, India played host to the national grand challenge for the world’s largest competition, She Loves TechShe Loves Tech is a global platform committed to building an ecosystem for technology, entrepreneurship & innovation that creates opportunities for women. She Loves Tech aims to provide a platform for international tech companies, investors, entrepreneurs, startups and consumers to come together and promote technology for women and technology by women.

Cyca Onco Solutions is a biotech firm that develops molecular device for the delivery of anti-cancer drugs. Neovibe Technologies founded by Akhil Pillai bagged the Best Women Inclusive Startup award.

Filmmaker and writer Anjali Menon gave away the awards to the winners of the national grand challenge. Over 150 applications were received from women-led startups and startups founded by men which provided technology solution that impacted women positively. Out of the total applications, 31 teams were shortlisted. The final teams were selected after the mentorship and pitching held at Kochi.

Nusrath Jahan will attend the International Conference bootcamp to be held in China in September. The winner from bootcamp will attend the global pitching. The winner at the global pitching will receive a grant of up to ten thousand US dollars.

She Loves Tech headquartered in China is a global platform to build an ecosystem for technology, entrepreneurship & innovation that creates opportunities for women. Winners from 20 countries including India, Nepal, Thailand, Germany, and Singapore will be part of the International Conference.


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