Sh. Ramesh Abhishek becomes the advisor of ADIF
An industry body representing India’s digital and technology startups, Aatmnirbhar Digital India Foundation (ADIF) appoints veteran bureaucrat and reformer Sh Ramesh Abhishek as an Advisor. Sh. Ramesh Abhishek is a retired IAS officer of 1982 batch.
The foundation was created to represent the interests and aspirations of the country’s compelling startup ecosystem. AIDF is focused on making India a leader in the technology ecosystem in the world by making sure a level playing field for Indian organizations. Also, to allow the flow of Indian and international investments for building services and products for Indian as well as global consumers. The foundation is onboarding renowned experts and researchers to support the Indian startups to reach their potential.
“We are honored to have Sh. Ramesh Abhishek come on board the Aatmnirbhar Digital India Foundation as an Advisor. Our goal is to ensure an open, fair, neutral, and democratic digital ecosystem in India and to make India the world’s largest, inclusive and self-reliant ecosystem for building digital products and services. We will do this by listening to and understanding the challenges of the startup and digital ecosystem and by becoming the voice of entrepreneurs for policymakers and regulators. The support and guidance offered by Sh. Ramesh Abhishek, with his rich and extensive experience in governance and public policy, will be a valuable asset to India’s startups,” said Ajay Data, Secretary-General, ADIF.
Speaking about his support to ADIF, Sh. Ramesh Abhishek said, “I am excited to support the Aatmnirbhar Digital India Foundation as an Advisor. India’s digital & startup ecosystem is an important driving force in propelling the country towards a stronger and economically advanced future. Indian startups and technology companies are at the forefront of global technological innovation. The leadership provided by the Aatmnirbhar Digital India Foundation will go a long way in strengthening India’s digital ecosystem.”