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Huddle looking to onboard B2B Startups in Bombay!

Huddle, one of the leading sector agnostic incubators based out of Gurugram with a rich mentor and network across the country, has collaborated with The Mosaic Coworking space in Mumbai, inviting B2B startups to apply for a 6-month structured incubation program where they are providing each startup with a dedicated mentor and free space in the renowned Mosaic coworking lab, along with opportunities to raise investment through the course of the program.

The opportunity is available to startups based in Mumbai that have a minimum viable product (MVP) in place and are focused with B2B products/solutions. The applications for the program are now open until February 8th, 2019.

Startups will be shortlisted by the mentor and internal team at Huddle, to begin the incubation from February 15th, 2019.

Each startup will be provided with tailor-made advisory, through dedicated mentorship, and access to a vast network to provide a growth to their existing venture.Selected startups will also be provided incubation space at The Mosaic, and get an opportunity to interact one-on-one investors, and leverage from technological, financial and legal support to entrepreneurs.

Huddle will provide dedicated mentorship to B2B startups from leading entrepreneur, startups mentors and CXOs of large organizations.

The mentor panel of Huddle includes leaders belonging to different industries who help the startups with one-on-one mentorship that ignites growth and expansion. The portfolio of startups that have worked through their ideas and growth stage hosted by Huddle is a strong variety situated pan India and backed by a team of 30 mentors. Some of these leading mentors from the Huddle mentor network includes BhaskarPramanik (Former Chairman - Microsoft India), Ashok Ganapathy (Former CEO - Airtel Business) and RavindraPisharody (Former Executive Director - TATA Motors) as part of the 30Huddle mentors a part of various startup growth stories.

Startups solving for the B2B segment and based in Mumbai can apply for this program tillFebruary, 8th, 2019. The shortlisted startups will be able to avail all the benefits of the space, service and support of Huddle starting from February 15th, 2019.

Speaking about the program, Sanil Sachar, Co-founder and Partner, Huddle, said, “As an incubator, it is our responsibility to guide the budding entrepreneurs. Our goal is to work with promising startup founders and provide the push required for their success. This program is focusing in a city where there is a large talent pool in a sector we are involved in and want to further support the ecosystem”

Ishan Khosla, Co-founder and Partner, Huddle, said “We look forward to working with more emerging companies in the thriving Indian startup market, and are dedicated to continuing to build an ecosystem of co-development and co-innovation, through our existing portfolio and partners.”

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