Netcore Cloud ‘D2C Blaze’ Startup Accelerator Program

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Mumbai-based marketing technology and customer experience company, Netcore Cloud, has joined forces with the Headstart Network Foundation and the AIC-Nalanda Institute of Technology Foundation to introduce the ‘D2C Blaze’ startup accelerator program.

India, boasting the third-largest startup ecosystem globally, witnesses a continuous surge of innovative ventures each year. 

In acknowledgment of this, Netcore Cloud has initiated the ‘D2C Blaze’ program, exclusively designed for early-stage Direct-to-Consumer (D2C) Startups

This program serves as a launching pad for these startups, providing them with an avenue to thrive and prosper in the competitive business landscape.

Scheduled to run from October to December 2023, the ‘D2C Blaze’ program aims to nurture startups exhibiting significant growth potential. It offers comprehensive support in scaling effectively and establishing a robust brand identity.

Kalpit Jain, Group CEO of Netcore Cloud, shared his perspective, stating, “Indian startups have been increasingly leaving their mark on the global stage, achieving new milestones year after year. 

Nevertheless, early-stage startups often grapple with challenges like securing funding, finding the right product-market fit, navigating intense competition, acquiring top talent, and understanding complex regulations, among others. 

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Through the ‘D2C Blaze’ program, we intend to empower entrepreneurs in their early stages, guiding them towards profitability.”

Applications for the program are open until September 20, 2023. At the program’s culmination, 30 chosen startups will have the opportunity to present their developments to potential investors during a demo day, opening doors to secure funding and gain invaluable experience.

Participants will enjoy access to key platforms, mentorship from D2C industry experts, networking opportunities, and a suite of technological tools to facilitate their growth journey. 

Additionally, participants will receive up to $30,000 in Netcore credits, along with an extra $3,500 for consulting and onboarding.

Netcore has further announced that participants can leverage Headstart Boosters, with a value of up to Rs. 5 crores, from prominent companies like Zoho, Razorpay, Notion, Canva, and others.

Short-listed startups will receive guidance from a distinguished group of mentors, including Avadhoot Revankar and Sudhaamshu M from Netcore Cloud, as well as external luminaries such as Sanil Sachar of Huddle, Arjun Vaidya, Co-Founder of V3 Ventures, and Deepak Krishnan, formerly of Myntra.

Furthermore, strategic partners like, AIC-Nalanda Institute of Technology Foundation, Kerala Startup Mission, Innovation Mission Punjab, Sauce.VC, and GetVantage will provide unwavering support to ensure concrete results.

Vaniya Dangwal, Head of Partnerships at the Headstart Network Foundation, expressed her enthusiasm, saying, “Through our partnership with Netcore Cloud, we are committed to fostering innovation and propelling D2C Startups toward unprecedented growth and industry leadership. 

We aim to harness the collective potential of these brilliant minds and provide them with the necessary tools and resources to create sustainable success stories in the ever-evolving business landscape.”

In conclusion, the ‘D2C Blaze’ startup accelerator program promises to be a game-changer for early-stage D2C startups in India, offering them the support and guidance they need to navigate the challenges and seize the opportunities in the dynamic startup ecosystem.

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