Media company Tech in Asia has announced its expansion to India, two years after it started covering the Indian startup scene on its main website. The company has also appointed an initial team of editorial, business development and events staff for operating in India. It has appointed six full-time journalists to cover content from South Asia and India for the Indian version which will cover news, analysis, commentaries and offer infographics. Tech in Asia will also introduce its conference series in Bangalore, with the first one to be held in the city on the 6th and 7th of July next year. The conferences will be Asia-centric and include multiple content stages, Bootstrap Alley exhibition areas and startup-investor speed dating. The company mentions that it expects a total of 100 startups and 1,000 attendees for the conference over 2 days, of which it expects 20% to be investors. Full editorial control over content: Tech in Asia received funding from SB ISAT fund, Walden International, m&s Partners, and other individual investors in June 2015. It also received funding from Fenox Venture Capital in August 2013 and from Simile Venture Partners in the same year. It also received seed funding from East Ventures in 2011. However, the platform mentions that it maintains complete editorial control over the website's content and chooses stories only based on if readers will find it valuable. A note on TechinAsia.in: Interestingly, Tech in Asia does not own the domain, TechinAsia.in, which is currently being by an India based independent media…
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