Kochi: Startup Village, India’s first PPP model mobile-internet technology business incubator, has teamed up with leading digital information service provider, Getit Infomedia to provide technical and marketing support to startups aspiring to make it big in the Indian and Asian markets.
As part of the partnership, Getit has launched a ‘ScaleIQ Innovation Zone’ at Startup Village in Kochi which will provide unlimited market access and mentoring to the startups.
Sanjay Vijayakumar, Chairman, Startup Village said, “With Startup village attracting applications from across the country, the scale of operations at the village now provides leading technology companies a single window access to talent. We are happy to have Getit on board. The partnership with Getit will help the start-ups to explore the market and gain access to different business verticals.”
Jaspreet Bindra, CEO, Getit Infomedia, said, “We will initially select 15 startups from a list of 100 and they will receive mentoring and technical support from us. We will help the companies gain market access through our vast network of consumers and business houses which will help the start-ups accelerate their growth.”
The startups will also be access the company’s expertise, application-programming interface (API), GMT Gateways etc. Besides these, Getit will provide the innovation zone with equipment including two Apple desktop computers, two Apple laptops and one high quality printer.
Pranav Kumar Suresh, CEO, Startup Village said, “Associating with companies such as Getit Infomedia will enable us to expand our network to include a wider stakeholder group. Such collaborations will help increase interaction between the startup ecosystem and the industry.” This partnership will enable startups that are ready to take their products or services to the market through the existing networks that Getit Infomedia already has.
Getit Infomedia is one of the largest digital supermarkets and services provider in India having in-depth listing of businesses and extensive reach among SMEs. The company currently operates out of more than 100 cities in India with more than 1,000 Feet on Street (FOS) catering to the need of the local SMEs and consumers.
Kerala IT News