NSRCEL-incubated start-ups shine bright through their feats
NSRCEL-incubated start-ups continue to play significant roles in the broadening of human and social capital.
JoGenii: JoGenii, a venture from Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women, successfully raised an undisclosed amount of funding in a round led by Marwari Catalysts.
JoGenii is a curated marketplace that offers play-based learning toys, games and books. This start-up of NSRCEL is meeting the growing demand for play-based learning products and is reinstating the importance of play in a child’s developmental journey.
ShrotaHouse and TRUE Assistive Technology: ShrotaHouse and TRUE Assistive Technology were part of the top three start-ups at the ‘Demo Day’ organized by The GAIN Elevate WomEN Program, supported by K-Tech and Startup Karnataka.
ShrotaHouse is a start-up of NSRCEL from the Women Start-up Programme that is revolutionizing early music education in India.
TRUE Assistive Technology, on the other hand, is from the Mobility Incubation Programme and is developing top-notch assistive tech products that foster a disability-inclusive environment. The venture has set out to transform the space of transportation with its accessible and inclusive solutions.