Out of the selected ones, four companies are from Delhi, three from Bangalore, one from Hyderabad and one from Kharagpur. The accelerator program which was run for three months earlier now has been extended to four months.
Flixstreet is a social discovery and recommendation engine for Indian movies. Their primary focus right now is on Bollywood but will be soon moving into regional films as well.
Delhi based startup SahVidya wants to end that. The company has built an online application for them to store data, share applications and computing facility with peers and others on the network.
Using the platform advertisers buy each impression instead of a placement which means each user / impression is priced differently.
Innovese launched their product yoCAPTCHA back in 2011, as a CAPTCHA advertising platform. The service helps in transforming difficult to read CAPTCHAs into ad units.
This new batch of 85 startups announced come from 28 different countries and will take part in a 6 month long accelerator programme. Startups from countries a diverse as Lithuania, the Netherlands, Russia and Romania are a part of this new batch.
Using the Classmint note taking service, students could create annotable, audible, beautiful notes that can be folded like a paper.
Delhi based BuyingIQ wants to take on the comparison shopping space by helping users make smart decisions when it comes to shopping online.
SoCXO attempts to solve a hidden incentive of CXOs – be in the know of recent developments/news and use that to impress the world around!
Cofounded by Aurality cofounders (and others), Giftery enables visitors to select gifts from 70+ merchants and send the gifts to recipients. The Mumbai based startup has raised funding from Rajan Anandan and Blume Ventures.
Bangalore based startup, Mekuchi is an open web initiative with a vision to make a billion makers- that is aimed at being the destination for makers, crafters, innovators and tinkerers to discover, learn and engage with each other.
For their flagship product, Lulla, they have tied up with speciality birthing centers like Apollo Cradle and others to display the product in their premise.
Prasad has specialized in this vector style of art where he uses Adobe Illustrator to draw the designs, which are then printed on Sun board, Vinyl and Magnets.
Inspite of the availability of relief medicine, food and other relief items for the victims, flood rampaged roads destroyed further by landslides and inaccessibility have made it very difficult to reach the victims.