GOA: Goa State Innovation Council’s (GSINC) virtual innovation register (VIR) has received 320 innovative business ideas of which 43 ideas came from established startups. This, said chairman of GSINC Jose Manuel Noronha, is suggestive of the success in reaching out to innovators and tapping into their ideas for the benefit of the state.
“The virtual innovation register has successfully registered several path-breaking start-up ideas. Out of the total 363 ideas registered, 43 were from established start-ups and 320 were new ideas. The latter figure, which is significantly higher than the last year’s figure of 179, suggests the potential of entrepreneurship in Goa, and is also a reflection of VIR’s success in reaching out to people and tapping ideas,” said the GSINC report.
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