Amazon India on Monday collaborated with accelerator HAX and crowd-funding group Kickstarter to announce Startup C-Cube – a multi-level problem for the startups that can start in Bengaluru on December five.
“We are happy to bring Kickstarter and HAX to give Indian startups an opportunity to get their ideas noticed at the global stage and arm them with resources to convert these into real business opportunities,” stated Manish Tiwary, Vice President, Category Management, Amazon India, in a commentary.
The transfer is predicted to deliver corporations in combination to paintings against construction the product startup ecosystem.
The announcement marks the primary anniversary of Amazon’s flagship programme Launchpad.
“In the past one year, we have been overwhelmed by the response that Amazon ‘Launchpad’ has received from the start-up ecosystem in India. Business growth of some of the startups on Amazon ‘Launchpad’ has elicited interest from VCs as well as other funding agencies in the last one year,” Tiwary added.