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Monster.com approaches an innovative way to have better scope for future growth of Indian startups

Monster.com, the US based employment website, has decided to increase its customer base by entering into the Startup Ecosystem. It is an effective way for the entrepreneurs to venture into the Indian Market for investment. Monster.com conducted several surveys and concluded that out of its million registered users, most of them had ideas for their own startup and were willing to start to jumpstart with the same.

It was then that the company went ahead and started “Make India Work “- an ecosystem for startups. This ecosystem intends to provide a platform for its user which facilitates crowd funding and finding angel investors. They have set up a plan and are currently looking to expand its organization firm in order to handle the startup ecosystem. New team of experienced CEO’s and manager will be made to make this plan a reality. Though this ecosystem is not creating any revenues for Monster.com yet, greater returns are expected to the company from the successful startups.

Make in India initiative will be a fruitful platform for many who have an idea but do not know where to startup. Due to flourishing startup economy in India, such initiative can develop a platform for the seekers. Anyone who is looking for a job but willing to work on a concept, can give a second through to a business. Monster itself is one among the biggest job portal in the world. Utilizing the database, it can provide a comprehensive platform towards Entrepreneurship.

Takeaways:

  • “Make India Work “- an ecosystem for startups to find investors.
  • A platform for young entrepreneurs as well as registered job seekers.
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