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Meet The 5 Startups from Brigade REAP’s Fourth Cohort

Meet The 5 Startups from Brigade REAP’s Fourth Cohort

The Select Startups Will Undergo Mentorship And Training To Become Industry-ready

Brigade, under its  tech-focused Real Estate Accelerator Programme (REAP), has announced the selection of final-five startups for its fourth Cohort. The select startups will undergo mentorship and training for a period of four months starting today to make them industry-ready for consumption of their products or services.

Launched in 2016, Bengaluru-based Brigade REAP is supported by Microsoft Accelerator, that helps entrepreneurs to create sustainable and scalable businesses in the real estate industry by utilising technology.

On the selection, Nirupa Shankar, Director of Brigade REAP said, “ At REAP, we focus on mentoring these startups to make them industry ready so that it is easy for the industry to adopt their technology – be it a product or service. Our goal is to improve the efficiency of the real estate industry through technology.”

As claimed by REAP in an official statement, over 80 startups had applied to the program, of which five were inducted into the program after a rigorous selection process. The program is headed by Kalpnik Technologies co-founders John Kuruvilla, as a chief mentor for the program; and Apul Nahata as mentor-in-residence.

Meet The 5 startups From Brigade REAP’s Fourth Cohort

Aerologiks – Bengaluru-based drone and data analytics startup Aerologiks was co-founded by Ashwani Gupta and D Rohan. The startup provides a complete hardware and software stack based on data analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning to the nascent Indian drone industry, with solutions ranging from anti-terrorism to agriculture.

Clairco– The startup is a B2B SaaS company co-founded by Aayush Jha and Praveena Pujary. The startup specialises on air quality monitoring and management for indoor spaces on a real-time basis.

R2 Promise– The startup is a Bengaluru-based technology company working towards changing the waste disposal process from Waste Management to Resource management. It was founded by Latanshu Chauhan in 2017.

Renewate– The startup provides a tech tool focuses on renovations, refurbishment and remodeling of all residential renovation needs. It was co-founded by Supratik Ghatak and Debashree Ghatak.

Smarter Dharma – Bengaluru-based Smarter Dharma was founded by Sriram Kuchimanchi. The startup focuses on sustainable building design that provides holistic and technical solutions to help builders adopt holistic sustainability.

The four-month accelerator programme provides startups to develop an in-depth investor pitch and business plan along with the opportunity to present to investors from across the country.

Some startup graduating from Brigade REAP’s previous cohort include Bengaluru-based startups QwikSpec, Snaptrude, Constapark, among others.