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The Cofounder launches India's first startup magazine

19-October-2016
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The Cofounder launches India's first startup magazine

The recently-launched India’s first startup magazine showcased a plethora of insights to one of the most dynamic domain of today - The Startup World. The Cofounder, India’s First Startup Magazine, one of its own kind in the market is emerging in the markets. The company felicitated the acid attack survivors in spirit of their young women entrepreneurship and for its continued excellence in the field of startup pitch sessions.

The Cofounder is first of its kind startup Magazine to revive the conventional method of News and Stories especially for the startup ecosystem. We are a bunch of doers who have had their tryst with regular 9 to 5 jobs and realized early on that it was not what we were made for. 

Speaking about the event, Adhish Verma and Arunraj Rajendran, Founder and CEO at The Cofounder, said, “The launch event was a curtain-raiser to a year that should see unprecedented growth in the startup industry. The Magazine will emerge as the new data storage and communications medium and through its first launch of magazine are essential to inform Indian CEOs and CIOs of the different startups to aware the startup life, the struggles and the journey.  It is a matter of immense pride to have been honored on such a prestigious platform. This launch event is extremely important, especially at a time when we are pulling all attempts are made to create something new and innovative that will be contributed with the help of startup in India.”

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