BENGALURU: Seven startups mentored by NUMA Bengaluru shared ideas of their own company they felt would add value to the economic system.Demo Day Season 2 which took place on January 24, 2014, is the end of an intensive six month, cross country acceleration program which started in July 2016. Out of 300 applicants, NUMA chose to mentor only seven of them who have reached great heights.
Demo Day Season 2 which took place on January 24, 2014, is the end of an intensive six month, cross country acceleration program which started in July 2016. Out of 300 applicants, NUMA chose to mentor only seven of them who have reached great heights.
The Keynote was delivered by Marie-Vorgan Barzic, NUMA Global CEO (senior international manager), following the seven pitching sessions, that is, presentation of ideas and progress of each startup companies with short videos was then followed by an interactive session and party.
“The Common thing in the startups of Valmeeki, Book My Sawari, wlend, Ideaphora, Spot play, Repoto and Follow class which made them successful was an attraction, customers and revenues”, said Vineet Chhabra, Co-founder, Global Director of NUMA at Diageo.
Valmeeki uses technology to be a virtual publishing house which publishes and represents budding regional language writers through its mobile application. Supporting the diversity of Indian languages they want to become a stepping stone by publishing and proofreading the writing of those who ask their company to represent them.
Book My Sawari is an intercity cab book aggregator which is 40% off making travelling more affordable for its passengers connecting 46 million daily intercity travellers with cab drivers as well as provides entertainment for the passenger offline. wlend looks to make travel more enjoyable and affordable by renting out aspirational products, creating a community of sharing because according to them, access is ownership.
Ideaphora uses semantic analysis is integrated with the online content providing visual notes to make learning easier to understand, effective and interesting for students.