NASSCOM 10,000 Start-ups to present TechScale with Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft

All the tech enthusiasts out there, you better mark your calendar for Tuesday, 30th September, at New Delhi because this is one event which you surely don't want to miss. 10,000 start-ups, which is a NASSCOM initiative supported by Google, Microsoft, Verisign, Kotak and Intel is all ready to host TechScale with Indian Origin Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. 10,000 start-ups is holding this event in association with Microsoft.

Satya Nadella is going to visit India for the first time after becoming Microsoft CEO by end of this month. Satya is only the third CEO to head Microsoft in the company’s 38 year old history. He is much famous in India because of being the first Indian origin CEO of Microsoft.

Technology is rapidly evolving nowadays, what is new today might be old tomorrow. Cloud and Mobile are fast changing the way we look at computing worldwide. The TechScale being held on 30th September will have Satya Nadella talk about all the above mentioned scenarios and how young innovators and entrepreneurs can make use of the power of Microsoft’s platform to scale new heights and expand their horizons.

The event is scheduled for 30th September 2014, 3:30 pm-5:00pm. All the details regarding the venue will be shared with the confirmed participants for the event most likely by 25th September 2014. The event is most probably going to take place in New Delhi.

Any young entrepreneur (whether your product is small or big) can be a part of the event. So, if you think, you don’t want to miss out on this memorable evening, you can sign up for the event here.

Satya Nadella was born in Hyderabad in a Telugu family from Anantapur district and attained a bachelor of engineering in Electronics and Telecommunications from the Manipal Institute of Technology in 1987. Later he traveled to the U.S. to study for an MS degree in Computer Science at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, receiving his degree in 1990.

If you wish to ask Satya a question, you can tweet them with the hashtag #AskSatya and if you're lucky enough, you might get to ask him the question in person.

Tech entrepreneurs can sign up for an invite by link here -

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