Start-Up Chile, the startup accelerator run by the Chilean government, has announced the list of selected startups for its 9th batch and Indian startups account for 9% of the list.
This year also saw entrepreneurs from Bosnia Herzegovina, Ukraine, and Ghana selected into the 9th batch.
Among the selected startups, a majority of them operate in the ecommerce and IT & Enterprise Software space(19% each) followed by Education(14%) and Healthcare & Biotechnology(12%).
The Indian startups in the selected group include*,
Field Assist is a secondary sales automation solution that monitors performance of salesmen on a real time basis using QR Technology. Each Salesman is profiled along with a history of their activity that includes daily sales made, shops visited, time spent at each shop, orders placed, sales analysis and account details.
Reportgarden helps users create reports using their WYISWYG editor. The toll makes segmenting data by Network, Time, Ads and Keywords an easier process.
TeliportMe is an Android app, that lets users explore places through images and panoramas taken by other users using the TeliportMe app.
Startups would be able to reach out to their early adopters and evangelists using TechChamp.
TommyJams is an initiative that aims to provide venues and performance spaces for artistes from across the world in India (read our coverage of TommyJams).
TAO Education is trying to use open source content to help users with personalized learning.
A food discovery and restaurant review app for mobile devices.
A mobile app development startup, developing applications in areas like location based tracking, customer profiling etc.
Builds interactive kids stories in a digital format.
You can see the entire list of chosen startups here.
*StartupChile doesn’t share the startup list country-wise. If we have missed out on any of the Indian startup, please share in the comment section. We will update the post accordingly.
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