LeanTrack - A Non Profit Organisation for Student Startups, Selects 6 Startups into Their Community
LeanTrack selected 6 startups (Musards, Young Free Wild, Kreatorz, Project Titli, SDIoT and WinWelt) out of the 9 pitches for its phase 1 community building.
LeanTrack, a non profit student startup mentoring and community portal, recently organised an event on 25th February at The Founder’s cafe, Okhla. The event marked the portal launch for LeanTrack which was conducted in association with the National Entrepreneurship Network of Wadhwani Foundation. It started off with Founder, Shubham Kumar, delivering a talk and a presentation on the working of the LeanTrack model and how will the organisation go about solving problems and recruiting startups into their community. It was followed by talks from some eminent speakers of the startup ecosystem. After the talks, 9 selected student startups were given the stage for a mentor pitching with a chance to get recruited to the LeanTrack startup community.
Here is a list of startups who pitched their idea:
IndiaGoesOnline : A website developer and hosting solutions for small stage businesses at a lower cost.
SDIoT : A startup for educating students about IoT( Internet of Things) and also building tools and products based on IoT.
Young Free Wild : Providing workspaces to various organisations by tying up with various cafes and coworkings.
Explore Dot Learn : An event management venture
Project Titli : A not for profit project for making sanitation pads for women in rural areas.
Kreatorz : An online marketplace which sells self-made furniture from automobile parts.
Winwelt : A startup providing fintech solutions to rural areas.
Musards : An online rewards music app build by a student of class 9.
Health Freak : A Complete place for all your medical health records and summary.
LeanTrack selected 6 startups (Musards, Young Free Wild, Kreatorz, Project Titli, SDIoT and WinWelt) out of the 9 pitches for its phase 1 community building and are yet to finalise 14 more student startups by April 17 end. Startups like Kreatorz and Project Titli, caught the eye of Mr.Venugopal who invited them at his accelerator office for further discussion.
A final one on one mentoring session for over 20+ aspiring student entrepreneurs after the pitching session marked the end of the event.
When asked about how LeanTrack is helping startups, Founder, Shubham Kumar said, “We work on the principles of Build, Support & Connect. We help startups build their business models through our inherent team of mentors and experts. We enable them to pitch by working on their pitches, their presentations as well as providing them with a collaborative team from LeanTrack to carry out operations. We have tie ups with various mentor organisations, coworking spaces, incubators and angel networks. We organise timely investor pitches for LeanTrack startups and are also in process of setting up a LeanTrack seed fund which will be an equity free grant to LeanTrack's startups.”
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