Spanning over two days, the Angel Day was held at the premises of India Accelerator, providing opportunities for networking and meaningful conversations. Of the 150 applications received from across the globe, the final 15 shortlisted startups participated in the event to showcase their technology and product.
Gurugram-based mentorship-driven incubator India Accelerator has invested $150K in six startups, shortlisted for its first batch. The six shortlisted startups (selected from about 150 early-stage companies) are about to receive around $20K to $25K each.
International tie-ups are a great way to harness global learning in the Big Data for Indian industries. It also provides an excellent opportunity for start-ups to connect with mentors, entrepreneurs and investors on a global level.