Jagriti Rail Yatra reached Deoria on Monday with domestic and foreign tourists. On arrival, all the tourists were assisted with warm welcome with garlands at Sadar Railway Station. Foreigners are filled with joy by gaping at the “Atithi Devo Bhav” gesticulation of Indians. This journey started on 28th October from Mumbai, this journey will cover 8000 kilometers. Jagriti Yatra and G20 Startup20 joined up in 2023 to hasten the global entrepreneurship revolution. Jagriti Yatra reached Deoria covering Bengaluru, Madurai, Shri Harikota Space Centre, Visakhapatnam and Varanasi, said Shashank Mani founder of Jagriti Yatra.
The 14-day, 8,000-kilometer Jagriti Yatra is a non-profit project that encourages young people to start their own businesses. Since its inception in 2008, it has impacted over 7,500 young people in India and 23 other nations worldwide. In addition to concentrating on India’s Tier 2 and Tier 3 districts—often referred to as Middle India—it is also developing an enterprise environment in Eastern Uttar Pradesh.
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Jagriti Yatra is an innovation that has been successfully replicated in four different countries and has been in operation for 15 years, having been refined each time. Travelers, or “Yatris,” are becoming an increasingly important group of businesspeople in India and elsewhere.
With 450 other participants, the experience Jagriti Yatra offers an unparalleled learning and networking opportunity as you immerse yourself in India’s small towns and villages, offering you unique insights into inclusive entrepreneurship.
With great pride, Jagriti Sewa Sansthan and Startup 20 present the Jagriti Startup20 G20 Yatra 2023, an incredible train voyage aimed at advancing inclusive entrepreneurship in India and disseminating the Startup 20 message both domestically and internationally. With an emphasis on the G20’s goals, this program brings together 70–100 international delegates to collaborate with leaders and experts on projects and case studies pertaining to G20 issues. In addition to helping entrepreneurs, The Yatra forges strong global connections between corporates, investors, innovation agencies, ecosystem enablers, and startups themselves. Working together and as a team is essential to getting amazing achievements.
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Through exposure to the global startup environment, participants will learn about inclusive practices and worldwide networking. This is an opportunity that broadens ideas, encourages learning from them, and creates cross-border relationships. Startups and aspiring entrepreneurs can network, work together, and get practical advice during the 14-day program. Building enabler capacities, finding funding gaps, improving job opportunities, and aligning with the SDGs for an inclusive environment are the main areas of attention.