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A quick look at the 12 startups graduated from GSF Accelerator’s 2013 summer programme

startups-collage-1GSF Accelerator, a startup accelerator launched by former Reliance Entertainment president and GSF Superangels founder Rajesh Sawhney, has announced the 12 startups that have graduated from its 2013 summer programme. The 10-week programme that ran simultaneously in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai will culminate with a two-day conference, called GSF #WhereDoWeGONow, on August 21 and 22, 2013 in Bangalore.

Each of the 12 startups will get a chance to pitch to hundreds of top angel investors and venture capitalists, and with these additions, the total number of companies that have graduated from the accelerator programme stands at 25. Here is a quick look at them.

Delhi

ClinchPad: A web app that is a simplified sales customer relationship management (CRM) solution for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to manage their sales pipeline.

PosterGully: An online marketplace that helps designers, brands and businesses (with large fan base) to monetise their brand value through merchandise.

Trip Tern: An automatic, personalised trip planner that makes planning an itinerary fun and easy.

Mumbai

Browntape: A SaaS-based service for internet sellers to start selling on multiple marketplaces like eBay, Amazon, Snapdeal, Flipkart and more.

TimeSaverzA one-stop destination for busy individuals to get help for at-home services by trusted agents.

AirStream: Lets users stream their PC content to their mobile devices, making it available anywhere.

Bangalore

TradeStreet: Currently, only five per cent brokerage account holders in India are active. TradeStreet is developing the engagement model to increase this number.

Swym: A smart ‘shopping mailbox’ for consumers that redefines the opted-in promotional retailer marketing email experience on the mobile phone.

ridingO: A ride-sharing platform that connects and incentivises riders and drivers to fill empty seats in their cars, makes travel rewarding.

Chennai

DhilCare: A no-frills affordable mobile phone-based ECG (electro cardiogram) solution, which aims to address issues related to preliminary cardiac treatment in India.

Tinysurprise: A curated marketplace for gifting and home-baked goods.

Flinto: A subscription-based monthly activity box for kids aged three-seven years.

(Edited by Joby Puthuparampil Johnson)