It is time to position India as a global ayurveda hub since the field is witnessing a resurgence in India and the world.
The global ayurvedic market is projected to grow from $3428 million in 2015 to $9791 million in 2022.
With the aim of scaling up entrepreneurship in existing businesses and encouraging startups in ayurveda, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is organising a three-day global ayurveda summit in Kochi from November 21.
A major attraction of the global ayurveda summit will be the Ayurstart – an ayurveda startup competition in the country to attract young minds to come up with out-of-the-box ideas in the ayurveda sector.
We need to integrate modern technology into ayurveda and develop new apps.
The idea is to shortlist ten of the ideas for mentoring and incubation and funding by the industry.
The global conference is expecting a participation of 500 industry leaders and experts from India and abroad.
Thus, post this summit, Ayurveda sector is expected to grow throughout the dimensions of the country.