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Supreme Incubator to run six-month virtual incubation program from Aug

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Supreme Incubator Pvt Ltd is launching the second cohort of its six-month incubation program from August 2020 to the end of this year, and is designed to enable founders to graduate with robust, scalable, and fundable ventures. The program culminates in a Demo Day when founders showcase what they’ve built to marquee investors. For this cohort, Supreme is organising Demo Days in the months of October and December 2020.

Shortlisted startups were vetted through three rounds by Supreme Incubator’s management team and mentors. The participating startups come from diverse backgrounds, including health-tech, ed-tech, space-tech, and e-commerce. Joining the cohort, is a startup developing AI-powered autonomous rovers for space exploration, an ed-tech venture building an AI-based skill enhancement platform to place students, an e-commerce platform promoting sustainable fashion, a company offering AI as a service platform and other startups with equally disruptive ideas.

Founders who enroll in the current program will be part of a structured, hands-on curriculum. They will receive hyper-personalised support and will be mentored by dedicated advisors.  Also, they will have the opportunity to network with industry insiders; which is essential to a startup’s success. Additionally, each founder will have opportunities to participate in regular brainstorming sessions, workshops, and peer pitching sessions to foster peer learning and engagement with other founders in the cohort.

“At Supreme Incubator, we fuel the hustle of the startup founders through our structured entrepreneurship booster program. Spread over six months, the program goes hand in hand with the founders’ journey, coaching them in mitigating challenges and building successful products.” said Disha Singla, Co-founder of Supreme Incubator.

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