Fifteen IT and tech start-ups from KSIDC technology business incubator at Kakkanad received valuable suggestions and tips on various aspects of entrepreneurship from Simom Stockley, senior professor of Cambridge Judge Business School. The areas in which received advise are How to gaining traction, raise funds from venture or angel funds and sell off or scale up during their entrepreneurial journey. The interaction was part of KSIDC’s year-and-half-long programme in tie-up with Cambridge Business School for mentoring young entrepreneurs as part of the YES (Young Entrepreneurs Summit).
The 15 promising start-ups participated in the day-long programme were: Tutty Frutty – an adventure game development venture; 3Q Mentors – an educational software development through a virtual platform; Seventy Six Degree Technologies – an IT Software product development outfit; Zybotech- a mobile application firm; Data Forbes – a machine automation firm; Data Factors – a social media platform for retailers; Blackwash Labs – a mobile application to find location via GPS o discount offered by various shops; Winwins- a mobile application firm; Finderz – an internship & HR Management company; SulfurSouth – a peer to peer mobile application firm; Infofac Consultancy – a IT product firm; Inno Feast IT Solutions – children’s vaccination solutions firm; UST Travel Solution – a local transport bid mobile applications; Thopps Technologies – a mobile application firm and Comduds, a recently incubated firm.
These interaction progammes and entrepreneurial summits are Government’s commitment in fostering entrepreneurship amongst students and youngsters.