Rajasthan DigiFest 2022, an effort of the Rajasthan government to encourage startup innovation in the state, began on Friday (August 19). At Jaipur’s Birla Auditorium, the two-day conference that aims to bring together entrepreneurs, students, and supporters of the startup community officially took place.
Rajasthan CM Shree Ashok Gehlot Ji inaugurated the event. The DigiFest received an overwhelming response of over 15K participants on the very first day of the event.
The state’s Department of Information Technology and Communication hosts the Rajasthan DigiFest 2022, which continues to celebrate that entrepreneurial spirit by focusing a special emphasis on youth and presenting the newest technology and solutions from companies throughout the state.
It was a two-day event that strives in providing a platform for startups, industry leaders, mentors, and students as well as showcased recent developments in IT and technology which will help improvise the interaction between stakeholders in society for ease of doing business.
Chitransh Jain along with the famous YouTuber Amit Sharma of channel Crazy XYZ & Elvish Yadav visited the event to promote the startup ecosystem.
“Government initiatives, combined with technology adoption and individual efforts, are helping Rajasthan rise among the ranks of India’s top startup hubs. They will also be signing Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) with many investors to ensure that startups in Rajasthan receive the monetary support they need to help them achieve success”, says Chitransh Jain.
A knowledge session and interaction between the influencers promoted the idea of nurturing the startup industry effectively. YouTuber Amit Sharma and Elvish Yadav interacted with the students and youngsters answering them about the know-how of the industry and how a startup will help change lives, added Chitransh.
The DigiFest also highlighted the developments in an entrepreneurial ecosystem with various knowledge sessions which will decode the present state of startups and encourage upcoming innovations in Rajasthan.
While talking about the startup ecosystem, Chitransh also highlighted the growth and revolution in the tech world. The drone, Metaverse, and Artificial Intelligence are changing the way India transacts and also the various ways technology will be helpful for the startups.
Chitransh concluded by saying, ‘DigiFest is a really good platform that would allow Rajasthan’s youngsters to launch themselves to become a member of the startup ecosystem and professional IT workforce. The government will be helping to provide the funds necessary for the innovators to succeed.