New Delhi | 10th July 2020: TechSamvad, India’s only Hindi-exclusive News Network reporting on Technology, Startups, and Business, announced the launch of its initiative Virtual Labs. TechSamvad Virtual Labs is aimed at being one of the most in-depth accelerator programs for idea-stage and early-stage startups enabling them to kickstart their businesses.

Batch One Cohort of Virtual Labs has been announced with startups from AI, ML, Content, and Video Sharing space. The accelerator program starts from 4 July onwards. With interactive one on one sessions with industry veterans such as Ritu Marya (Editor in Chief at Entrepreneur APAX & India), Sam Pitroda (Telecom Entrepreneur and Inventor), Arunabh Sinha (Founder of UClean), Gaurav Mehta (CMO of CarDekho), Sam Subramaniam (CEO of Brand Capital, TOI Group) and many others, TVL is set to become one of the most riveting session line-up in the space of digital accelerators

Pawas Jain, Founder, and CEO of TechSamvad News Network said, “The idea of Virtual Labs came from the thought that while mature startups and funded companies have a lot of exposure and connect with the big names of the industry, idea stage and early-stage startups especially from the Tier-II and III cities of India often miss out. We want to bring the biggest names together for these startups, who could handhold and guide them to create successful businesses”

Ashutosh Kumar Singh, Co-Founder and Chief Editor of TechSamvad noted, “Networking, resources, and access to industry veterans are the key values behind TechSamvad Virtual Labs. We are putting together some of the best partnerships with corporates to provide some valuable resources for our Batch One cohort. Also, we will enable one-on-one conversations and synergies with these speakers and mentors even after the program are over. Moreover, we will be providing these startups with marketing and PR support through our Media platform”

TechSamvad Virtual Labs has selected a total of 7 startups from the applications received, based on idea feasibility, market relevance and scalability.

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