- GSF is known for its highly curated and thought provoking conferences.
- GSF curates audience, not just speakers.
- Drawing top notch investors and founders as its core audiences, GSF creates an environment for honest discussions and showcasing of the best Indian startups to the investor community from across the world.
Building on the huge success of the GSF conferences in the last couple of years, the upcoming conference #GSFevolution 2015 is a digital hiatus, a platform to spur meaningful conversations and enable formation of new networks in a relaxed environment. #GSFevolution 2015 is curation of an experience that's high-tech yet quintessentially Bombay. For more details and tickets, click here.
#WhereDoWeGoNow2014 deliberated on the future as an "optimistic" hiatus in the life of its high quality participants; a hiatus that recharged and refueled bodies, minds and spirits of its extraordinary participants. GSF always believed in curating our audience and not speakers. This conference was top in the mind of thought leaders from across the world.
#WhereDoWeGoNow2014 facilitated discussion to explore: where do we go now? How do we open new doors and discover the next frontiers of collaboration in a world that is becoming increasingly connected and intertwined. #WhereDoWeGoNow conference in Bangalore is the most sought after conferences in the Indian tech startup ecosystem.
GSF plans an innovative hiatus in the calendar of Indian Startup Eco-system this spring that will feature startup pitches, keynotes, debates and a liberal dose of entertainment, Indian style.Know More
In August 2014, GSF hosted an innovative hiatus in the calendar of Indian Startup Eco-system that featured startup pitches, keynotes, debates and a liberal dose of entertainment, Indian style.Gallery
GSF World Expedition
GSF took a select few Indian startups, founders and investors to a 10 days expedition to the leading tech hubs of the world: London, Berlin, New York, Boston, San Francisco and Palo Alto. GSF Exchange Conferences at London Business School, Harvard Business School, Columbia University and Stanford attracted leading digital founders, angel investors, venture capitalists, academia, and business & thought leaders.
The inaugural GSF "Off the Record" hosted "Geeks on a Plane" from 500 startups and 100 key Indian founders and investors to an evening of open discussion and intense debate.
GSF 2012 was held on Nov 26/27 at Leela Kempinski in Gurgaon, where over 400 early stage investors from across the world met 37 of the smartest start-ups in India. This perhaps was the only conference in the world where for every startup there were over 10 investors present. Drawing investors and founders from across the world, GSF2012 featured a dynamic program including three keynotes, four panels, entertainment, master classes and a charity art auction. The GSF SuperAngels funded five startups post the event.View 2012 Gallery
GSF2011 showcased 40 innovative Indian startups to over 250 investors. 25 of these companies received funding, primarily from the investors present at GSF2011. GSF SuperAngels funded three startups post the event.View 2011 Gallery