Jaarvis, a global technology company has announced the pilot launch of Jaarvis Accelerator in Gurgaon, spread over a 20,600 sq feet space – having the capacity to accommodate 40-50 startups.
Jaarvis Accelerator was inaugurated by Dr Sanjeev Sanghi, Professor, Applied Mechanics Department Member, Board of Governors & MOUD Chair Professor Department of Applied Mechanics, IIT Delhi and Dr. Omkar Rai,Director General, Software Technology Parks of India;Ministry of Communication & Information Technology, Govt. of India in the presence of Mr. Gabriel Fong, CEO, Jaarvis Accelerator and Mr. Jaspal Sarai, COO, Jaarvis Accelerator.
The accelerator will provide office space, mentoring and where possible even funding to select startups. It will mainly focus on innovative technology, Internet of Things, O2O business and mobile commerce startups with scalable and global impact ideas.
Presently to start with Jaarvis has selected 5 startups namely Spotwrks, Promon.in, Donna Dialer, EduRev and Scorloc. The selected startups will be groomed and guided by its in-house mentors and guest mentors during its four month program. After the completion of the program, these startups would present their vision to investors and venture capitalists for potential funding. The startups will have daily access to in-house Engineers, Marketing and Business Professionals.
From the selected startups Spotwrks helps students develop skills to work in startups. Promon.in gives deals and offers of cafe’s and restaurants which users can avail. EduRev provides every kind of document one might need such as sample papers, NCERT solutions etc. And Scorloc startup will launch itself in 9 days.
Another 10 startups are likely to be adopted soon. With a capacity to accommodate upto 50 startups, Jaarvis invites applications from innovative technology, Internet of Things & Mobile startups to join their Accelerator program (the startups can register themselves on the company’s website).
“We are all set to invest in Indian start-ups. In India, start-ups are growing much faster than Britain and Israel, which are ranked between India and worldwide leader US at present. Indian Startup Ecosystem is coming of age now and one can expect it to really grow multifold in next 3-4 years,” said Gabriel Fong, CEO, Jaarvis Accelerator.