TDN World: InQhab-Incubation center has launched a startup accelerator program to support early-stage startups and founders based in India.

Syed Azharuddin, CEO, Inqhab, told TDN,” We are elated to launch the Inqhab stratup program. Here our main goal is to enhance and strengthen india’s stratup ecosystem and build a community of local enterpreneurs.”

InQhab-Incubation center has launched a startup accelerator program to support early-stage startups and founders based…

Posted by Syed Azharuddin on Wednesday, August 26, 2020

With the emergence of covid-19 pandemic, and due to recurrent lockdown India is alreday in deep econmic crisis like rest of the world. Five million salaried people have lost jobs, in July alone. According to the Centre for Monitoring the Indian Economy (CMIE), 120 million people have lost their jobs between mid-March and mid-Apri.The Unempoyment rate has climbed to 27 percent that is an all time high.Over 10 million migrant workers left for home, with no job at hands. In this time of deep crisis, Inqhab provides an alternative platform and a chance to budding entrepreneurs to tranform this situation of crisis into opportunities.By availing the the expertise and assistance provided by Inqhab they can contribute positively to the Indian economy.

The program includes 8-week’s hands-on workshop one-on-one mentor sessions, masterclasses from industry experts, and networking events. The entire accelator program will be cost free. More importantly, after the program is over, the selected startups will be awarded grants and funding pitch opportunity at National Enterpreneurship Conclave 2020.

20th september is the last date of submitting application and and the name of the selected startups will be announced on 25th September.

You can register your startup here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeutMM9LFWgk4Gf5kEPdSalMHA1HilSzjtmOhxpY5mQOCILCA/viewform