Jodhpur-based start-up accelerator Marwari Catalysts Ventures, has launched an EdTech accelerator program called ‘Thrive’, starting with a selection of six startups from 300 applicants across India. These include Valuationary, Tyutee, Hobit, Refier, Yearbook Canvas, and Techienest. This will be a 12-week program plans to aid EdTech start-ups to become market-ready, strengthen their innovation, and scale their businesses, in order to solve global challenges.
Marwari Catalysts aims to expose these start-ups to opportunities in India and abroad, to take advantage of relevant opportunities. They will also offer the participants access to product lifecycle management support, educational institutes, and branding strategy, and organization development inputs. The chosen start-ups are working on game-changing ideas and innovative technologies in the education industry.
While Bengaluru-based Tyutee makes students job-ready with higher specialization, Hobit, a Delhi-based start-up is a marketplace for hobby-based learning sessions, and Hyderabad-based Refier, a start-up by IIT Roorkee and DCE Alumni, is an online training and placement marketplace. Among the other Ed-Tech-based start-ups are Valuationary, which is based in Surat and focuses on learning practicalities of the financial world, Jaipur-based Techienest is a complete technical education platform, and the Jodhpur-based Yearbook Canvas is a self-publishing data and memory-based company.