Startups are very important here
By Ekaterina Kolosova
December 11, 2016
Indian citizen Apurva Chamaria notes that Russian entrepreneurs are attracted by complex and unusual projects The accelerator EduGild traditionally supports EdTech start-ups in many countries around the world. Its headquarters are in Pune (India). Its main focus is on the creative use of technologies for the development of teaching programs. Its experts are successful entrepreneurs, mentors and investors. One of them, Apurva Chamaria, is the Vice-President for Marketing of the company HCL Tech. He tells BIGMOSCOW just what, in his opinion, are the strengths of Russian startups and how an investor should work with them.