This new batch of 85 startups, come from 28 different countries and will take part in a 6 month long accelerator programme.
Startups from countries such as Lithuania, the Netherlands, Russia and Romania are a part of this new batch.
Here’s a quick look at the Indian startups that made it to batch 8 of the Start-Up Chile program.
The startup, which began its journey at the Startup Village in Kerala, has developed iTestify, a product that helps users collect and manage testimonials and feedbacks from various channels and display them on your website.
The Bangalore based enterprise security startup has launched PeregrineGuard, an agent-less security solution for enterprises. The solution gives IT managers a way of securing the enterprise network by providing controls that help in discovering devices being used by employees, maintaining inventory of devices in use in a network and applying granular access control. i7 Networks demoed at bigMobilityConf recently.
The e-learning startup has developed an application that helps children between 5th and 9th standards learn science and math, through Do-It-Yourself experiments and video games.
The startup has a product that allows users to talk, discover and convey thoughts over the internet, using their mobile app, in 30 second audio snippets called ‘croaks’.
The Mumbai based startup, provides users with an ERP application tailor made for project intensive engineering design companies. The product helps companies with resource management, progress tracking, performance monitoring and other such processes.
You can see the entire list of startups here.