KPMG in India Begins Startup Search with the Launch of its ENRich 2021 Conclave
KPMG in India is looking for innovative tech startups in the Energy and Natural Resources (ENR) space with the launch of the ENRich 2021 startup search.
October 22, 2021. By News Bureau
This year’s theme for ENRich 2021, KPMG in India’s flagship Energy and Natural Resources Conclave, is ‘Preparing for the Low Carbon World’. The two day event will be held online in the first week of December.
As part of the conclave, alongside roundtable discussions and live sessions, a ‘Sustainable Innovation Lounge’ will feature six startups offering innovative digital solutions aligned to the core event theme. These startups will be selected on the basis of KPMG in India’s ENRich 2021 startup search.
A two-stage process will be followed for the search. At first, applicants will undergo a preliminary screening process to ensure they meet KPMG in India’s eligibility criteria. Suitable applicants that pass this screening will then pitch their respective solutions to a jury of ENR industry experts, who will select the top six startups as winners.
Applicants have the chance to win an opportunity to showcase their solutions at ENRich 2021’s Sustainable Innovation Lounge. The event is attended by CXOs, government representatives, investors, and corporates from across the globe.
The final shortlisted startups will also be entered into KPMG Matchi, a startup database which connects innovative start-up solutions to potential clients. The 2020 edition of ENRich achieved significant publicity, with 2500+ global participants and 1000+ social media mentions.
There is only one question that needs to be answered today: are you an innovative tech start-up with a solution aligned with decarbonisation and the low carbon world? If the answer is “yes”, take the first step.
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