Dell to support start-ups in India
American privately owned multinational computer technology firm Dell has informed that it would support start-ups in India as they were working on solutions that were unique and disruptive.
"We will support start-ups with technology, scaling up and capital wherever it is required as we want to be the entrepreneurs' best friend," Dell Inc chief executive Michael Dell said.
Speaking about the start-up ecosystem in India, Michael Dell said that the landscape was very different from what it was four-five years ago and had improved dramatically.
"We are expanding and making investments in all our businesses in India, including services, R&D, data centre, Dell global finance, support services and manufacturing," he said.
Dell India has over 28,000 employees across eight cities and primarily focuses on major industrial verticals covering banking, telecom, financial services, manufacturing, insurance, and utilities. Dell also has plans to expand its retail outlets from the current 600 to 825 by end of the year.