CM puts blue print to make Delhi the top startup hub in the world, know what is the government’s plan
new Delhi. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal addressed the TIE Global Committee 2020. During this time he shared the efforts of the Delhi government to build a comprehensive infrastructure in Delhi and turn it into a global start-up destination. Kejriwal was the only Chief Minister of India to attend this summit. The Chief Minister said that the Government of Delhi is committed to ensure a strong return, leaving behind the influence of Kovid. I am happy that Delhi has attained the leadership position as a start-up location in India.
Over 7000 startups in Delhi
There are more than 7000 start-ups in Delhi. Delhi is the most active start-up city in the country with an estimated valuation of around $ 50 billion. There are around 13 influential startups in the region such as Paytm, Oyo, and Jomato. Since 2013, at least one new influential startup is emerging each year.
This is being planned
The CM said that with the establishment of new high-tech industrial areas in Delhi, there will be an option to transfer the industries of old industrial areas to new areas without paying conversion charges. This will prove to be an important step in making a clean and green Delhi. Under the start-up policy, we plan to provide parallel free loans and set up a dedicated helpline for startups.
Delhi towards becoming world top 5 startup hub
The Chief Minister said that it is a pleasure to be a part of TIE Global Summit and talk to all of you today. I will share with you all the efforts made to build a comprehensive infrastructure to turn Delhi into a global start-up space. “Delhi-NCR is poised to become one of the top five global start-up hubs, with 12,000 There are startups and 30 influential startups. Their valuation will increase to around $ 150 billion by 2025.
Delhi government is creating a business park
The Delhi government is also building a Hi-Tech Business Park in Rani Kheda on 150 acres of land. It will be just 15 minutes away from Delhi International Airport. It will have IT and service industries. The park will have green buildings, large size workspaces on each floor, facilities for multipurpose business and pedestrian plazas. It will have all kinds of facilities like Retail, Food and Beverages (F&B). The Delhi government will develop the first of its kind Business Park in seven different phases.