Pitney Bowes invites applications for their accelerator program in India

Pitney Bowes has invited applications for their accelerator program in India, based out of Noida and Pune. After a screening session, the final list of selected startups will be announced in July.

Pitney Bowes is looking for exceptional entrepreneurs who are building companies for India and global markets, primarily in the following areas –PitneyBowes

  • Location Based Platform (services, advertising, analytics)
  • Spatial Enabled Platforms (analytics, enterprise apps, GIS enabled systems, Indoor navigation & other spatial analysis use cases)
  • Big data & mobile analytics
  • Data integration & Master Data Management
  • E-commerce Management (logistics & shipping management, targeting & retargeting systems, customer data integration, analytics)

The selected start-ups will have unlimited access to Pitney Bowes’ software, application programming interfaces (APIs) and data for the duration of the program. In addition, training, technical and business guidance and mentoring will be provided to the Start-ups from Pitney Bowes engineering and innovation leaders, and from software industry experts.  To further these strategic connections, the Pitney Bowes Accelerator program will also arrange networking with prospective investors.

Pitney Bowes continues to strengthen its presence in India and with this initiative it intends to accelerate entrepreneurship and inspire software development that speeds innovation and foster business growth. To request further information or to submit ideas, the accelerator team can be reached at indiaaccelerator@pb.com

Pitney Bowes continues to strengthen its presence in India and with this initiative it intends to accelerate entrepreneurship and inspire software development that speeds innovation and foster business growth. To request further information or to submit ideas, the accelerator team can be reached at indiaaccelerator@pb.com

Varsha Adusumilli

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