Reliance Industries' Gennext Hub Salutes 9 'Summer 2016' Startups

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MUMBAI: GenNext Hub -- the startup scalerator by Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) that is nurturing digital entrepreneurship in India -- on Tuesday organized the graduation ceremony of nine startups that were part of the "Summer 2016" cohort.



The "Summer 2016" cohort is the third batch of startups to participate in the GenNext Hub scalerator programme that helps catalyse a unique start-up ecosystem which caters to talent, technology and trust, the company said in a statement.



During the four-month-long programme, GenNext Hub conducts workshops and mentoring sessions for start-ups in the areas of customer development, market traction, operations, product roadmap, fund raising and pitching.



It also provides expertise in intellectual property (IP), legal, financial compliance, HR and specific sectorial expertise.



The nine startups - Codemojo, DATTUS, Don't Scratch Your Head (DSYH), Happy2Refer (H2R), Headspin, Megdap, NavStik, Recipe Book and Tagalys -- were selected from a pool of over 500 qualified applications received from startups froma cross the country.



"With its structured programme, GenNext Hub is able to refine and reinforce the startups' core product offering and business model," the company said.



The applications for the "Winter 2016" programme are open till October 2.



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Source: IANS
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