Indiarath First Cohort 2020
NEW DELHI: Country’s largest borderless Incubator program, Indiarath, today announced the launch of its first cohort of 9 Startups. 700+ startups across India applied to the program with a majority of applications coming from tier 2 cities & beyond. The selected startups will be given access to mentors across borders from Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook, Silicon Valley Bank, Blume Ventures, Cisco, Paytm, OYO, Morgan Stanely, and more.
The 24-week long incubator program has personalized sessions & coaching to enable startups of any scale/help with navigating any business challenge across verticals. The program is focused on three broad categories that include upskilling entrepreneurs to handle real challenges through fundamentals, business remodeling, product designing, branding strategy, etc provided by some of the best experts from the industry in the form of masterclasses. One mentorship by some industry veterans to help entrepreneurs achieve tangible goals over the course of 6 months. Global Connects in order to build stronger market reach and build products and services keeping in mind the global markets/economies.
Yatin Thakur, Arjita Sethi, Upasna Dash, Founders, Indiarath, said, “We are thrilled to see the encouragement & support that Indiarath has received from the ecosystem! Since our launch, we have received more than 700+ applications from across the country truly showcasing the depth & potential of startups in our country. We received incredible applications across tier 1, 2 cities & beyond & connected with hundreds of founders to curate our first cohort. We chose to make this a cyclic process to truly offer customized & in-depth solutions to our members, and the impact so far has been great. Our startups represent a dynamic mix of verticals, & currently being mentored by experts from 8+ ecosystems & building some path-breaking solutions. As we continue to scale this up, we’re committed to enabling the next wage of entrepreneurs building out of India”
The selected startups for the cohort are: –
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