Marwari Catalysts Ventures, one of India’s fastest growing startup accelerators, announces its EdTech cohort of selected startups. These selected finalists are shortlisted from over 300 entries from across India and after a strict selection process.
The 12-week program will open the doors for shortlisted startups to prepare their innovative solutions for the market and scale their businesses to solve global challenges. Marwari Catalysts will endeavor to make these startups available to clients in India and abroad to take advantage of relevant opportunities.
The founders of Marwari Catalysts have always advocated that even in the harsh reality where today’s companies with markets and economies suffer unprecedented losses and recessions, there is a silver lining to innovative startups.
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With the pandemic and closure forcing several businesses to close their stores, startups have stepped up to address challenges on multiple levels. At times like these, the keen eye of investors has shifted to startups offering solutions that help businesses and economies drive growth.
Fortunately, few such startups have been found in Thrive, its EdTech acceleration program. “Thrive” aims to empower incredible talents using the latest technology to solve educational challenges and expand existing markets or create new ones around the world.
According to the company statement, Marwari Catalysts offers participants not only mentoring, but also access to educational institutions, support in product lifecycle management, contributions to brand and organizational development.
It also offers these five EdTech startups opportunities to grow on a global scale. With these additional selected startups, highly specialized accelerator Marwari Catalysts Ventures, the company now has more than 30 startups in its portfolio.