EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Dr. Guruprasad Rao, Mentor, Imaginarium India
In this exclusive interview with Manufactur3D Magazine, Guruprasad Rao, Mentor of one of India’s largest 3D printing company, details what has been accomplished so far, and explores possible ways to increase adoption of additive manufacturing by end-users in different industries, and provides his valuable insights for 3D printing startup companies.
INSIGHT: Interview with Amit Dror, CEO of Nano Dimension
In his first ever interview to an Indian media, Amit Dror, CEO the leading additive electronics for electronics industry Nano Dimension shares his thoughts on the applications of additive manufacturing technology in the electronics industry. Speaking exclusively to Manufactur3D, Dror also highlights how Nano Dimension became a leader in the industry, the challenges that the technology faces in adoption of the technology in the industry.
FEATURE: Interview with Alessio Lorusso, Founder, Roboze
In a comprehensive interview, Alessio talks about his company’s goals of making high-tech 3D printing solutions accessible to support the acceleration of Industry 4.0, shares his thoughts on the global AM industry and many more.
THOUGHT LEADERSHIP: Dr. Dheepa Srinivasan
Dr. Dheepa Srinivasan, Chief Technology Officer at Intech DMLS Pvt. Ltd,, shares her thoughts on the impact of hybrid manufacturing and the future of 3D printing.
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The end of June has also marked the end of the first half of calendar year 2021 and the investor confidence towards Indian startups is at its all time high. Between January to June 2021, the total capital inflow in Indian startups stands at $10.8 Bn across 614 funding deals. An important point to note is that both the half yearly funding amount and deal count are at their historic peak. Compared to the previous year (i.e. H1 2020) the total funding amount has surged 2.1x whereas compared to H2 2020 the funding amount has increased by 72%.
Irrespective of both usual and optimistic scenarios, there is a very strong probability that the Indian startup ecosystem will witness a record high venture capital inflow by the end of calendar year 2021.