An accelerator helps to convert their business idea to a profitable one. The article discussed about the emerging startup accelerators in India.
Startups need incubators and accelerators to turn their brilliant ideas into profitable businesses. Not very long ago, creating a startup from the bottom up was a difficult undertaking. Despite the fact that the complexity and competition have gradually risen over time, numerous organisations and programmes have developed accelerator and/or incubator programmes that can help you nurture and build your business quickly, providing you a distinct competitive advantage.
The Indian scene has never been more feasible than it is now, especially when the government of India’s “Make in India” initiative is taken into consideration.
New business owners who want to turn their excellent business idea into a profitable and enduring company occasionally lack the knowledge or connections to accomplish so.An accelerator or incubator’s personnel can offer assistance by giving support, accommodation, mentorship, connections, and more.
For the same ,we have narrowed down the list of top emerging startup accelerators :
TOP 4 Emerging Startup accelerators
BharatX is an emerging startup accelerator, backed by India Accelerator and the Council for International Economic Understanding (CIEU). With a special emphasis on innovations, ventures and breakthrough ideas emerging from Tier 2,3 & 4 towns, they assist the acceleration of development and nurture growth trajectory for the seed stage ventures.
The core values stem from the mission of Atma Nirbhar Bharatx, Make in India, Start-up India Program and Stand-up India Program. Accelerator believes that the next wave of success stories is being created right now in the interiors of the country by diverse & inclusive teams that aren’t on most investors’ radar.
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India Accelerator runs mentorship-driven incubation and acceleration programs for start-ups. It is a seed-stage accelerator program that helps startups grow from GOOD to GREAT.It’s a structured programme that can bring the building blocks for a startup under one roof, the much-needed mentorship, the network, the technology, the peripheral services (like legal, financial, etc), and last but not the least, the capital. IA handholds the selected startups through the 4-month program, and post that, to help channelize the investment in the most effective way so investors get the bang for their buck. IA’s Accelerator Program curates the mentorship and connections that growth-stage startups need, and provides all the necessary ingredients in the same place at the same time.
100X.VC is the first VC to invest in early-stage startups using India SAFE Notes. They are in the people business. They work hard to inspire confidence and engage with every stakeholder. They deeply value their relationships with founders, co-investors, and corporations.After investing in a startup, 100X.VC effectively becomes their coach, strategy consultant, business mentor, and trusted advisor. They work closely with founders helping them get to the next round of funding and beyond.
Indian Angel Network:
Indian Angel Network has started in 2006, in the early stage the investors keen to invest in businesses that have the potential to create disproportionate value.The group has invested in companies, such as PregBuddy and SuperProfs. In 2018, one of its founder Padmaja Ruparel was ranked amongst Fortune (magazine)’s list of The Most Powerful Women in India.
Indian Angel Network (IAN) announced the joint collaboration with Bangladesh Angels Network (BAN). The aim is to work together to source, cross-refer, and promote linkages in technology-enabled startups in India and Bangladesh to create an enabling environment for venture investing in both ecosystems.