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    Join us in hosting the Minister for IT – Bengaluru, 1st July

    At the forefront of progress is change. iSPIRT continues to drive the process of change to Transform India as a Product Nation, using the engines of private initiative, policy and programs like Playbook Round Table and PNCamp. iSPIRT’s policy initiatives involve active dialogue with Government.

    Conclave for India as the Product Nation

    As part of this initiative, iSPIRT is hosting  the “Conclave for India as Product Nation #1″, an open dialogue between the Product industry and our Ministry for IT.

    Welcome Sh. Ravi Shanker Prasad

    iSPIRT lives and breathes (software) Products and Products only. It’s think-tank has passionately engaged with the Ministry of IT to advocate recognition of the Software Product industry in its own right. We welcome the Hon’ble Minister for IT Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad, to meet the Industry folks and experience our Industry in person, first hand.


    You already know iSPIRT is an open-source movement. This means everyone can contribute, and each contribution is recognized. It is each such contribution that makes the open-source movement go from strength to strength. In keeping with this philosophy, you are warmly invited to participate in the Conclave with the Minister. iSPIRT Founder Circle members, Product Circle members, Fellows, Mavens and Saarthis are all welcome to attend. It’s your industry, our industry, so be there!

    Prior confirmation is required… so do RSVP here to help us make adequate arrangements.


      • Introduction
      • Showcase of Disruptive product initiatives in India
      • Interaction session with the Product industry


    Hotel Le Meridien, 3pm – 6pm
    Sankey Road, Bengaluru
    Registration : 2.00pm

    Do come in early. Doors close at 2.45pm.

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