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Noida: Institute for Management Studies (IMS) Noida organized a two-day virtual academic summit in 2021. Entrepreneurship and innovation was discussed at this summit. On this occasion, the President of Rajeev Kumar Gupta, Shilpi Gupta CMD, and Dr. Kulneet Suri, Senior Director of IMS Noida.

Dr. Kulneet Suri was the patron and spokesman for the academic summit, emphasizing sustainable innovation and entrepreneurship.

The most important speakers were the NEFD and NBFF founder and chairman Prof. (Dr.) Ganesan Ramaswamy, the British educational advisor Katherin Boxall, Dr. Sumit Narula, editor-in-chief of SCOPUS, Dr. Kanchan Patil, Director of the Symbiosis Center for Information Technology Laura Holme, Lecturer at the University of Creative Arts, Amity Institute of Behavior and Allied Science, Professor Dr. Komal Verma, Elvin Turner, Associate Professor at LATAM Business School UK, Dr. Pooja Sehgal, Head of PGDM and MIB Department IMS Noida together with 97 teachers and students from all over India.

Addressing the students, Katherine Boxall said that new technology is constantly being used over time. In the future, people will go with the technology. She said there is a lot of potential in the field of entrepreneurship because of the new use in technology.

During the discussion on entrepreneurship and innovation, Dr. Kulneet Suri, Senior Director of IMS that it is mandatory to discuss positive attitudes towards entrepreneurship development and innovation. Innovation needs to be prioritized to maintain entrepreneurship continuity.

In addition, that success or failure depends on your thinking. To be a successful entrepreneur, you have to think for yourself. Nothing can help you think. She added that your success depends on the context in which you want to work, who you want to work with, and what your responsibilities are towards your work.

On the other hand, financial analyst Yogendra Shah said that without capital you cannot create new startups or new entrepreneurs. He added that you can use the help of Angel Funding to start a startup. There are investors in the market who will invest money in your creative and innovative ideas.