Google for Startups Accelerator, India announces its sixth cohort

The programme focuses on supporting startups in solving problems using AI/ML or data in healthcare, education, finance, media & entertainment, gaming, etc.

Google has announced the sixth cohort of the Google for Startups Accelerator (GFSA) India – 20 startups chosen from over 700 applicants following an intensive selection process.

Google’s programme focuses on supporting startups in solving problems using AI/ML or data in healthcare, education, finance, media & entertainment, gaming, etc.

Startups will receive support around AI/ML, Cloud, UX, Android, Web, Product Strategy and Growth. The accelerator includes deep dives and workshops focused on product design, customer acquisition, and founders’ leadership development.

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As part of this programme, founders are paired with relevant experts from Google and the industry to solve the challenges startups face.

The latest cohort include:

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1) Able: Skilling platform for private jobs.

2) Alippo: India’s first live upskilling platform for women to learn baking, cooking, makeup, stitching and set up their own home businesses.

3) ApnaKlub: An agent-led B2B wholesale platform for fast-moving consumer goods.

4) Avishkaar: A global platform to help young innovators ( 5-15 years) learn next generation technology skills like robotics, AI, electronics, IoT and coding.

5) BrainSightAI: Building a multi-modal imaging platform for the brain.

6) Call AI (formerly Humonics): Autonomous cloud contact center.

7) Entri: A vernacular learning app to learn job-related skills and prepare for competitive exams that lead to jobs.

8) Evergreen Club: An online community-platform offering digital engagement, wellness and learning for older adults.

9) GimBooks: A mobile-first bookkeeping, banking & lending platform for MSMEs

10) Impact App: Fitness and charity platform.

11) Infilect: Visual intelligence platform for global CPG retail.

12) Language Curry: Making language learning effective through colloquial skills-based content infused with localisation.

13) Lavelle Networks: Accelerate enterprise networks with scale, simplicity & security to make it easy to adopt Cloud and SaaS.

14) MetaDome (formerly Adloid): A metaverse that will provide the no-code infrastructure to millions of creators & brands to build virtual worlds.

15) Phable Care: India’s largest chronic disease management company.

16) Remedo: Shopify for doctors.

17) Rupifi: Powering B2B transactions for SMEs.

18) STAGE: A dialect based OTT platform.

19) Toch AI: A cloud-agnostic platform that uses AI and ML-powered technology to create new assets from video content in real-time.

20) Vahak: Online marketplace for the Indian logistics industry.

The selected startups are spread across India, with 35% women-led startups in the mix.

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