Banking on India’s entrepreneurial energy, the tech giant aims to help late-stage startups enhance their enterprise readiness and go-to-market (GTM) activities.
Since its launch in 2012, Microsoft Accelerator has shifted its focus from incubation to late-stage go-to-market focus. The programme, after five years and 10 batches, has accelerated 129 startups so far. It recently launched its 11th cohort of 14 startups and aims to help them boost enterprise readiness and go-to-market (GTM) activities.
The 14 startups are Clonect, Ace Turtle, Udaan, Simplilearn, MintM, Hotelogix, Docswallet, MegDap, GIEOM, i-exceed, KrypC, Liv.ai, VideoKen, and Kata.AI.
The average age of these startups is 3.5 years and, between them, they have raised close to $64 million in funding till date. Their company size averages to 80 employees and they clock an Average Revenue Rate of $2.6 million.
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