CNBC-TV18’s ‘Startup Street’ has turned two. A daily show on startups, it brings 30 minutes of what is making news, the key newsmakers, the policy moves that impact the universe, following the money trail, industry trends and innovation in the startup realm.
The show focuses on entrepreneurs and ventures that are creating value, driving innovation and taking the India story global.
Over the past two years and through the pandemic, Startup Street has brought together the biggest voices from the startup ecosystem. It has been on the frontline sharing stories of founders trying to navigate the lockdowns and has been taking status checks across sectors. In addition to showcasing entrepreneurial ventures, the show features angel and venture capital activities/investments, campus start-ups, and international entrepreneurs.
The show is led by CNBC-TV18’s Managing Editor Shereen Bhan along with Shruti Mishra from Mumbai and Mugdha Variyar from Bengaluru.
Through the show the channel aims to put the spotlight on the pioneers and disruptors of the Indian economy. The show’s programming is segmented into #What’sBrewing, #CheckingIn, #HotSeat, #Trendspotting, #InvestorEye that features a line-up of exclusive stories, investigative scoops, newsbreaks, financial report cards, latest statistics of startups and unicorns along with in-depth interviews of the stalwarts of the industry. Showcasing the drivers of the new economy, Startup Street aims to be the one-stop destination for everything startup.
Bhan said, “For us at CNBC-TV18, these two years have been very exciting and gratifying to constantly cover the ever dynamic and coming-of-age stories of India's startup universe. While the pandemic has been a difficult time for the entire nation, Indian startups have shown resilience and have innovated themselves in their own unique way to survive and thrive. We are happy to reach this milestone with Startup Street, and we look forward to presenting more of these stories and building a robust community of founders and investors."
Viewers can catch new episodes of Startup Street on weekdays at 6:30 pm.