In a bid to provide easier access to capital for early stage startups, the Gurgaon-based Green House Ventures (GHV) accelerator has joined hands with online funding platform LetsVenture.
This partnership will allow startups to access high value mentoring and increases chances of funding. GHV is an accelerator to fund and mentor startups stuck between post incubation and raising their first venture capital money.
On this partnership GHV, executive director and co-founder, Anurag Kapoor said that “LetsVenture has access to good quality startups. With this partnership we will get access to good curated startups, and it reduces our time frame for evaluation since one level of curation will be done.”
Shanti Mohan, founder and CEO, LetsVenture said that the idea is to partner with a lot of players in the ecosystem who can help these startups go to the next level.
LetsVenture was founded in 2013, and offers online platform that connects startups with investors to facilitate early stage funding and currently has over 2,200 startups and 760 investors from 19 countries registered on it.
In past few months a number of startups has managed to raise funds on LetsVenture, a few of them include Tesstbook, Adpushup among others. Recently, LetsVenture has also partnered with IDG Ventures to conduct a series of seed camps across the country to discover promising startups.