SanchiConnect, YourNest VC Launch Rs 30 Crore Accelerator for Deeptech Start-Ups

The accelerator programme will offer funding of $500,000 to 5-8 promising start-ups.
SanchiConnect, YourNest VC Launch Rs 30 Crore Accelerator for Deeptech Start-Ups

SanchiConnect, a deeptech enablement network, in partnership with YourNest Venture Capital, has announced a scale-up accelerator specifically tailored for deeptech hardware and software start-ups with Core IP.

This collaborative initiative aims to provide selected start-ups with essential resources, mentorship, and funding to catalyze their growth. Applications for the accelerator program will open from May 21 to June 9. 

The accelerator program will offer funding of $500,000 to 5-8 promising start-ups, followed by an intensive 60-day program focusing on go-to-market and international collaborations. This program will culminate in a demo day, providing start-ups with a platform to showcase their innovations to potential investors and stakeholders from around the world. 

“Through this program, we aim to provide start-ups with the necessary resources, mentorship, and funding to accelerate their growth trajectory and make a meaningful impact in their respective industries,” said Dr. Sunil Shekhawat, CEO of SanchiConnect. 

Start-ups selected to participate in the program will benefit from personalised mentorship sessions with successful founders and domain experts. These sessions will offer valuable insights and guidance to help startups navigate challenges and capitalise on opportunities, thereby accelerating their path to success. 

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The programme will focus on a wide array of cutting-edge technologies, including artificial intelligence/machine learning, augmented/virtual/Mixed reality, autonomous systems, developer tools, electric vehicles, battery/charging systems, electronic system design and manufacturing (ESDM), genomics, hardware, industrial IoT, materials technology, quantum computing, robotics, enterprise SaaS, and wearables. 

The program is open to start-ups across various sectors, such as AgriTech, AdTech, BioTech, Consumer/Retail, Energy, MarTech, Manufacturing, FoodTech, Green Energy, Mobility/Transportation, SpaceTech, Health Tech/MedTech, Media/Entertainment, Enterprise Tech, and Telecom. 

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