GSF Accelerator on Monday said it has opened the application process for the sixth iteration of its accelerator program that…
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In order to promote the Start-Up ecosystem in the country and incentivizing the entrepreneurs in setting up new start-up ventures and thus catalyze the creation of employment opportunities through them, the Ministry of Labour & Employment had issued an advisory to the States/UTs/Central Labour Enforcement Agencies on 25th April, 2016, for a compliance regime based on self-certification and regulating the inspections under various Labour Laws.
Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) are emerging as a strategic business tool for business organizations to enhance industrial competitiveness. Start-Ups, with limited resources and manpower can sustain in the highly competitive world only through continuous growth and development oriented innovations. It is important for such innovations to be protected. Hence the Scheme for Start-up Intellectual Property Protection (SIPP) was launched by the Government of India on 22nd April, 2016.
This week’s article explores the SIPP in detail.
The Startup boom has continued in India with more rigour than ever before. Hence to promote ease of doing business and contribute to an eco-system conducive for growth of entrepreneurship, particularly in respect of the start-up enterprises, RBI Governer Dr. Raghuram Rajan, in the Sixth Bi-monthly Monetary Policy Statement, 2015-16 dated 2nd February, 2016 has highlighted the steps being taken, steps proposed to be taken and proposed steps already under consideration, with respect to the Government’s initiatives.
This week’s article “Start-up initiatives” by RBI which will provide a detailed view of all such steps highlighted in the Sixth Bi-monthly Monetary Policy Statement, 2015-16.