In the run-up to the Mumbai edition of Techcircle Startup, the largest startup event in India, Techcircle.in has shortlisted eight startups for its showcase session. The event will be held on December 17 at ITC Maratha.
Techcircle Showcase, which is powered by Nasscom 10k Startups, promises to be an exciting session that would bring out innovative ideas and business propositions of early-stage, pre-revenue startups. The session will feature an elevator pitch by the selected startups to a select jury of angel investors, VCs and fellow entrepreneurs.
Here is the line-up of startups shortlisted:
Onebi+: Its focus is the banking and finance sector where it delivers an automated, secured, robust and comprehensive solution to both the consumers and service providers. It enables the consumers to digitally control and maintain their personal and professional documents and information linked via their Aadhaar Number, and provide controlled access to the selected documents and information to the service providers directly. The company was founded in July this year by Ketan Kothari.
Resagit Solution’s bookmystorage.com: Bookmystorage is an aggregator platform where unorganised storage and fulfilment centres provide their services to consumers, startups, SMEs and e-commerce companies. This Mumbai-based startup was founded in May 2015. Rakesh Dube is one of the co-founders.
Ninja Technologies Pvt Ltd’s Fork it!: Its main area of focus is restaurants and their diners. The firm has developed a dashboard that helps restaurants serve their diners better through analysed taste profiles and run targeted advertisement campaigns based on it. It also shows live performance matrix based on customer satisfaction. Mrugank Shah is the chief marketing officer at Fork it!
Eschool Buddy Retail Pvt Ltd: It is a one-stop online platform to provide all school needs, starting with uniforms. The venture is attempting to change the industry, which is marked with niche local players and parents often feel inconvenienced while visiting schools and standing in queues. Even schools see this as a non-core business outsourced to vendors who are challenged for logistics. The company is based out of Noida and was founded in October 2014. Amit Singhal is the founding director of ESchoolBuddy.
Doctor Insta Pvt Ltd: Doctor Insta aims to fix the problems of accessibility, reliability and privacy in India’s health-care market by offering video medicine at everyone’s finger tips. The Gurgaon-based startup was started in July this year by Amit Munjal, who is also CEO.
Semusi Technnologies Pvt Ltd’s appice.io: AppICE uses patented machine-learning algorithms to decipher real-time context (who is doing what, where and when) and behavioural patterns of consumers to enable highly personalized and in-the-moment experiences to drive higher engagement and transactions to deliver business impact. The company was founded in March this year by Ravi Datanwala, who is also the CRO.
AAGNAA Software Labs Pvt Ltd’s MagicMe and MapMe: Based on patented technology, MagicMe enables apparel buyers in a retail store to virtually try hundreds of garments of varied types – sarees, churidars, tops, shirts, trousers etc — in a few minutes. The customer has to stand in front of a digital screen (like a normal TV unit) and point towards the dress he/she wants to try. Within seconds the garment will be virtually wrapped around him/her on screen. MapMe gives unique body measurement to enable appropriate assessment of the fitment of dress without physically wearing the dress. The company is based out of Singapore and Bangalore. It was founded in 2013 in Singapore and was incorporated in India in October 2015. Tapan Kumar is one of the co-founders and head of marketing and strategy.
Techtrail Technologies Pvt Ltd’s Life-Connect: Life-Connect is a web-based blood requisition management application for hospitals and blood banks. The company was founded in 2014 in Pune. Satish Rane is one of the co-founders.
Techcircle Showcase is curated platform that will be presided over by an acclaimed jury panel. The jury includes Anand Lunia, founder and partner at India Quotient, an early-stage fund focusing on pre-revenue startups. Vikram Gupta, founder and managing partner at IvyCap Ventures, a VC fund management company, will also be part of the jury.
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