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And The Winners For The StartupDash Bangalore Are…

And The Winners For The StartupDash Bangalore Are…

Finally the three city event, StartupDash, has come to an end. Its been an exciting journey for us to organize the event in Delhi, Pune and now in Bangalore. After going through about 150 applications we shortlisted 13 startups for the Bangalore edition who went through these three days of dashing.

All the 13 startups got mentored by a number of industry experts, which gave these startups an opportunity to groom their products before going into the market. Today, being the final day, the startups pitched to the jury including Sharad Sharma, Orbit Change Catalyst and Ravi Gururaj, Serial Entrepreneur & Investor.

Keeping it short, here are the winners for StartupDash Bangalore edition:

The winners will get pre-acceleration from TLabs. The great thing here is that there are no losers. The rest of the startups will get free co-working space at BeaglesLoft (2 months) and Jaagarnaut  (1 month), and $1000’s worth goodies.

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See what industry experts have to say about StartupDash:

Sharad Sharma: “Loved the program, it was crisp and added real value quickly.”

Ravi Gururja: “It was an interesting event with a number of good ideas, and a lot of passion among the people. It was great to see startups from all across the country.”

Rahul Chowdhri, Director at Helion Ventures: “Really impressed with the quality of startups present over here. Liked the fact that number of startups are mobile first.”

Abhinav Chaturvedi of Accel Partners, on the format of the mentoring session said, “Its good to be specific when it comes to mentoring sessions, usually broader arrangement in context of sessions doesn’t help much to one, but events like these help in providing specific value to the startups.”

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Pooja Sareen

Inc42 Staff

Editor and Co-founder @Inc42. Pooja keeps a close eye on ecommerce, agritech, government policies, and numbers are her soul food. She can be reached at [email protected]

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