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Start up conceptualised Toilet Sanitizer become young Indians Dream Startup Challenge Winner

Wednesday - March 28, 2018 8:22 am , Category : BHOPAL


Bhopal, 28 March, 2018 (WTN): The Dream Startup Challenge 2018 concluded in collaboration with CII Young Indians Bhopal chapter and Rabindranath Tagore University to promote start ups of various field. In this challange Urban Chick Startup was selected as Winner and I-Mature Startup competed as runner-up. Urban Chick founders Sheetal Badoli and Ashish Badole awarded with winning prize of 75 thousand rupees and founders of I-Mature Raghu Pandey and Amit Vyas were given prize money of Rs 50,000.

Guests and jury members of this event were Prof. Satyajit Majumdar (Tata Institute, Mumbai), Mr. M. C. Abraham (Founder, THEV Consulting), Mr. Abhijeet Kumar (Founder, A. H. Ventures), Mr. Sandro Stephen (Regional Head, Indian Angel Network) and Mr. Rahul Aggarwal (Venture Catalysts) appreciated all startups and participants. Tata Institute of Technology’s Prof Majumdar gave the startups their flaws and told them how to improve them. Souvenirs were presented to all the special guests and jury members present in the program.



In today’s final progamme, 8 startups got the chance to present a pitching presentation at Ravindra Nath Tagore University campus auditorium,. Young Indians Bhopal Chapter (E & I) Chair Siddharth Chaturvedi and Mentor Nikhil Kaushik were guiding these startups for the last 6 months. Saurabh Sharma, Chairperson of Bhopal chapter of the institute said that the institution has been organizing a startup challenge for the last three years and every time a lot of startups has emerged. With such events, startups also help people get in front and mobilize funding.

Other startups reached the finals; Pod Pitaara, Clean My Ride, College Khabri, Subra Initiative, Way To Charge, The Indian Rouge also impressed the jury members with headlines and Ideas. Junaid Qureshi of Indore-based Vitify and Anurag Asati of Bhopal-based Kabadwala shared their experiences with the startups and audiences present in the auditorium and gave tips for new startups as well. – Window To News

 
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