Can A Startup Get Married? It Has Already Happened!

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Can A Startup Get Married? It Has Already Happened!
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"Marriage is the most sacred way of togetherness," someone rightly said that. And while grassroots are emerging out of the country as a lot of bullet trains, the Vault believes in match-making which means they bind the entrepreneurs together with the investors.

The Vault which was introduced in India this October has already aired seven episodes. The Vault is an investment platform that aims to provide aspiring entrepreneurs from around the globe a rare opportunity to pitch their business ideas to a panel of investors and prompt them to fund their start-ups on the television. The show is a match-making platform between the start-ups and the investors.

To bring together start-ups from different parts of the world, a three-day World Startup Expo from 21-23 November started in the city of Bangalore. The event witnessed participation of more than 500 start-ups, tech companies, educational institutions and banks.

If there is something you should add to your current list of TV shows, then you should not miss out in the series which believes in start-up marriages.

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To bring together start-ups from different parts of the world, a three-day World Startup Expo from 21-23 November started in the city of Bangalore.

To grab the attention of the entrepreneurs in the World Startup Expo, The Vault opened up a stall, booth 004.

The whole concept of the stall put up by The Vault was to promote the idea of the entrepreneurs and the investors being inseparable and together.

To bring more life to the ambiance, a pandit was spotted with Havan Kund chanting mantras to make the scene look like a legitimate marriage.

The Vault was attracting entrepreneurs in the Expo with the help of their promoters who were wearing sehras and were dressed like grooms.

Kunal Kapoor was there to give his presence as well. 

In the booth, there was a matrimony section. As the name suggests this section was made for the start-ups to come and get hitched with the investors because The Vault is all about matchmaking.

In the matrimony section, the start-ups would come and pitch in their profiles to bag in funding from the investors.

In the matrimony section, the start-ups would come and pitch in their profiles to bag in funding from the investors.

What good is a marriage without food?

What good is a marriage without food?

To bring more life to the whole concept, a stall was put up by Chatar-Patar a start-up which was also a participant in the show and committed one Cr. was providing complimentary panipuri to the people in the Expo as a part of the promotion of their brand.