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11 start-ups graduate from Nexus Start-up Hub this time

Our Bureau New Delhi | Updated on August 02, 2018 Published on August 02, 2018

This time 11 start-ups from various fields including education, home automation and telecommunications graduated from the Nexus Startup Hub at the American Centre here in Delhi. This is the fourth batch to come out of Nexus business incubator since its inception a year ago.

“With the help of Nexus, we are improving and learning every day, which is essential for our business,” said Vishal Sawlani, founder of Ringlerr, a mobile communication app. Sawlani’s start-up was also part of the graduation ceremony.

He added: The beauty of the program is getting personalized feedback for our start-up, which has helped us to know where we are now and what is missing.”

The event included leaders and entrepreneurs from Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. These 30 individuals are the first to be selected under South Asia Connect, a Nexus expansion that aims to build regional cooperation in the Indian sub-continent to boost intra-regional trade and investments.

“Meeting the right people at the right time is what I was seeking, and South Asia Connect did just that for me,” said Anurakavan, Co-Founder of the Idea Factory in Sri Lanka.

Nexus is collaboration between the American Center and the University of Texas-Austin to showcase the best of American and Indian entrepreneurship, innovation, and technology commercialisation. It is now recognized as one of the business incubators in India.

Published on August 02, 2018
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