The programme highlights funding readiness as a central theme, combines entrepreneurship development with specialist mentoring from experienced tech founders and is delivered in a collaborative work space environment.
"We planned for a good while in order to be ready once we had chosen our first round of start-ups; we chose businesses that we believed would extensively benefit from the accelerator programme," stated Sandheep Ramluckan, MD of StartUp90.
Ramluckan believes that it's important for start-ups to have a full understanding of their businesses before approaching any investors to ensure that the first meeting makes an impact on the possible investor.
The start-ups chosen
Three start-ups were chosen for the three-month accelerator program namely:
"We were very excited when we heard about the StartUp90 programme opportunity, and quickly realised that it could take our business to new heights. We are glad to be part of the programme and have learnt so much as our business steadily grows," concluded Junior Ngandu co-Founder of CrowdHop.
For more, go to www.startup90.com