Why Founders and Investors Cannot Ignore Privacy-Tech
Nov 17, 2021
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (Asia/Kolkata)
Zoom, Online

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Globally, businesses have become increasingly digitized and are collecting ever-increasing amounts of their users' personal data. With this surge in data-based businesses, governments across the world are framing rules and guidelines, with the intent to reduce data breaches and other harms. Companies today lack the tech tools to become compliant easily and at a low cost, providing an opportunity for entrepreneurs to build sustainable businesses.


Therefore, PrivacyTech has been rapidly emerging as an attractive area for venture capital funds and entrepreneurs. Data protection as a service alone is expected to reach a market size of $103B by 2027, leading to the emergence of unicorns in US, Israel, and other markets. India can emerge as a hub for PrivacyTech start-ups because of the availability of affordable tech talent, significant trade links with US/Europe, and a large domestic market.


In view of this, TiE and Omidyar Network India are organizing a virtual panel discussion on 

“Why Founders and Investors Cannot Ignore PrivacyTech” 

17th November 2021,



The discussion will focus on:

  • How large is the market opportunity
  • Who are clients of PrivacyTech and why
  • Who is funding PrivacyTech start-ups and what do they look for
  • What it takes to be a successful entrepreneur in PrivacyTech


Further information regarding confirmed speakers and detailed agenda for the panel discussion will be updated soon. Meanwhile, TiE and Omidyar Network India are inviting you to register for the event as we believe it will be a useful discussion for those curious about what could be the next big chapter in India entrepreneurship.

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Organiser : TiE Delhi-NCR

TiE Delhi-NCR

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