New Delhi: A senior official of digital startup think-tank ADIF said on Wednesday that the organization has drawn up a plan to make the Indian startup ecosystem among the top three globally by 2030. For this, the emphasis will be on expanding the knowledge base, increasing cooperation and establishing the right policy framework.
Sijo Kuruvilla George, Executive Director, Alliance of Digital India Foundation (ADIF), said that the issues that startups face with Google Play Store and Apple App Store will be discussed to find a suitable path for both the parties. could. “We are now the third largest startup market globally and we have 50 unicorn startups. We are just behind the US (122) and China (92). We are the third largest in terms of size, but the Indian startup ecosystem ranks 20th in terms of ranking.
"If we are the third largest in size, we should aim to be at least third in terms of rankings as well," said George. We aim to bring the Indian startup ecosystem to the top three globally by 2030.” He added that ADIF will look to form an alliance in the coming days, where a lot of knowledge can be shared. George said that at ADIF we will compile this knowledge and pass it on to our young entrepreneurs. Apart from this, there will also be a focus on advocating for formulating startup friendly policies.