Cementing its position as a leading entity bringing startup stakeholders together, SCOPE, a new-age holistic platform for budding entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, investors and industry experts, will be hosting a unique series of weekly interactions called Metaverse Universe. The series will witness prominent personalities hailing from across the industries, making pioneering advancements in the metaverse ecosystem. The first chapter of this conference will have Hina Dixit, AI and Metaverse investor in Samsung Next ventures, with the host Appalla Saikiran, Founder and CEO of SCOPE.
To make this Metaverse Conference open-ended and inclusive, SCOPE has ensured a seamless and hassle-free registration process to attend this fireside chat. The conference aims to provide comprehensive insights into new-age entrepreneurs and investors about the metaverse, a combination of Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) facilitating the Internet as a universal and immersive virtually expressive world.
Currently, the metaverse ecosystem is offering ample opportunities for startups and modern players to make profits. From buying real estate to interacting with people through virtual avatars, the metaverse and NFTs have taken the contemporary market by storm. And SCOPE aims to equip Indian entrepreneurs and startups with adequate information to tap into this high-yielding phenomenon.
Appalla Saikiran, Founder & CEO, SCOPE, said, “Since the inception of SCOPE, we have strived to ensure startup stakeholders like entrepreneurs and venture capitalists can interact in a seamless, hassle-free and holistic manner. We intend to boost youth entrepreneurship and engagement by making strategic ties and relations. Our latest initiative, Metaverse Conference, is yet another step toward our ultimate motive to strengthen the Indian startup ecosystem with correct and accurate information. I am pleased to invite all interested candidates and parties to join in this conversation and take a constructive step towards the future of work and technology.”