TLabs Announces its 8th Batch, Invests in 8 Startups

TLabs, India based tech startup accelerator, has announced its 8th Batch which kicked-off in August with investments in 8 startups. This takes its portfolio size to 50 companies since its inception four years ago. Since its last batch, TLabs invested Rs.30 Lakh under its accelerator model and upwards for some startups under seed or pre-series A rounds.

With more than 700 applications being received for this batch. “Selecting this batch of startups was probably the toughest so far for our team. A major reason for this is possibly the spike in the quality of talent which is taking the entrepreneurial plunge. We now see a lot of professionals giving up their corporate jobs to startup and applying to us”, said Abhishek Gupta, head TLabs.

Here are the startups comprising of the current ‘Fall 2015’ batch  of TLabs:


GetMyUni is a student hub, which empowers students during the entire student lifecycle – right from helping them search for the right college (using exhaustive college info, data insights and 25K+ student written reviews) to giving them opportunities to get internships, projects, scholarships and their first jobs.

Upneet Grover and Hardik Thakkar are the founders of GetMyUni.

Cirtru is local classifieds from people you could trust. Users are verified based on their employer or university. Users from 1000+ companies and universities are using in San Francisco Bay Area.

Navish Jain is the founder of Cirtru.


HopOn is a SaaS based platform, designed for corporate companies to connect to transport administrators, Employees and Vehicle service providers. HopOn helps companies to achieve automation of employee transport management, transparency in billing/ invoicing and optimization of transport resources.

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Arvind Krishnaswamy, Kishore Sai, Rajath Raman and Vishwas Jayarama are the founders of HopOn.


Despite all the e-commerce boom, the unorganized retail still accounts for a big majority of the total retail business in India. Prokure is a mobile platform that helps unorganized retailers to procure their stock.

Prokure is founded by Dhilbar Roshan and Shubham Agrawal.


Spoyl is a buy and sell marketplace for everything fashion. User can buy or sell their style, taste. At Spoyl, User get to shop the closets of independent fashion makers and designs from their favorite local boutiques across India, and sell yours too.

Spoyl is founded by Bhargav Errangi and Sumit Agarwal.


Pyck is a tech driven first mile logistics service that picks up package, packs it and sends it using the reliable and cost-effective option available.

Pyck is founded by Naman Vijay, Neelam Ahuja and Prashant Gupta.


Medaino, a startup currently in Stealth mode is an IOT wearable device and would help revolutionise the way one continuously measures key Body Vitals.

Medaino is founded by Pranjal Modi, Shubham Agarwal, Nitish Hooda and Sharley Juneja.


A mobile application to consult doctors on chat providing a way for anyone to ask medical questions to doctors for free. Superdoc’s vision is to be everyone’s health assistant on chat.

SuperDoc is founded by Chaitanya Mehta and Abhishek Mane

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