Z Nation Lab was recently invited to conduct 1:1 office hours during Startup Grind Global Conference powered by Google for Entrepreneurs. This was the most inspirational conference around the globe for entrepreneurs. Mr. Sunil S Ranka, Venture Partner from Z Nation Lab was invited for the event to conduct 13, 1:1 sessions with the startups in the area of Media, Digital Marketing, Travel, AI and Machine Learning.
With 5000 founder and investors, more than 40 keynote and fireside sessions, and over 50 exhibiting startups, this was Startup Grind’s largest event ever. Bringing together great content and great people in an incredible setting, injecting some custom-built networking technology, and topping it all off with an unrivaled feeling of intimacy is how they guarantee amazing business and an awesome time.
The Event had speakers like Reid Hoffman– LinkedIn, Greylock Partner, Walt Mossberg – Recode, Cal Henderson – Slack, Steve Huffman – Reddit, Gillan Tans – Booking.com, Jeff Jordan – Andressen Horowitz and much more high dignitary.
As the startup world is esoteric to many, it is required to have discussions, to steer clear of doubts and to give innovation and knowledge a room to grow. Hence the Startup Grind Global Conference team had conducted 1:1 office hours.
Mr. Sunil R. Ranka – Venture Partner from Z Nation Lab was invited to the event. According to his experience, he mentioned “ Out of the dozens of conferences I have attended, Startup Grind was easily my favorite. This gave the perspective on the current trend on the early-stage startups and focus area for emerging trends”
The founder, Derek Andersen, brought great energy on stage and really set a strong tone for the conference. There were the main stage and three, smaller breakout stages.
The speaker line-up was incredible and brought insight to all industries — AR, Crypto, FinTech, VC, etc. The sponsor tent was awesome and so were the startups and rapid-fire pitches.”
Startup Grind is a global startup community designed to educate, inspire, and connect entrepreneurs. Founded in Silicon Valley, Startup Grind now spans over 200 cities across the world.