Home-grown India Accelerator invests in multiple startups in its 3rd edition
India Accelerator so far invested in startups from varied fields such as VAPP, Charitism, Gigzo, BotSite, DROR, The Knotty Tales, FIO and Pritvi.ai.
India Accelerator, a seed-stage accelerator programme for startups, in its 3rd edition invests up to $50,000 in startups. It has so far invested in startups from varied fields such as VAPP, Charitism, Gigzo, BotSite, DROR, The Knotty Tales, FIO and Pritvi.ai. The accelerator mainly helps students of premier institutes like IITs and others, offering them opportunities to build up their own ventures, it said.
India Accelerator not only focuses on funding, but it also helps startups further developing their product, team and market, refining their business model, achieving product/market fit, and scaling the ventures into a high growth business.
Ashish Bhatia, founder & CEO of India Accelerator, said, “It has been a great pleasure and a hugely satisfying experience to be part of these start-up's journey. With every batch graduating & more and more founders joining the IA community, it takes us forward in our endeavour to create an institution that can play a remarkable role in the Indian start-up world.”
India Accelerator is a seed-stage accelerator program that offers four months of rigorous guidance, funding, mentoring, business and technology services support and sources from mentors, partners and investors. It takes early-stage technology-based startups and helps them rapidly build a sustainable business. What differentiates India Accelerator from other programmes is its unrelenting focus on growth, on de-risking the assumptions, on helping companies prioritise their customers and product, said Mona Singh, the Chief Accelerator Officer. It is one of the pioneering mentorship-driven, program in India, she said.