GSF Accelerator Announces 5 Winners from the 2012 Batch

GSF Accelerator Announces 5 Winners from the 2012 Batch

Wednesday November 28, 2012,

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The first batch of the GSF Accelerator graduated today with a two day forum which culminated as a result of the two month program. Out of the 15 startups that were accelerated and pitched, 5 winners were chosen today:

HackerEarth: HackerEarth is a platform that puts real world programming problems at the center of the tech hiring process, making for swifter and more cost-effective hiring. The platform allows Engineering Managers to create online programming tests across several programming language and platforms. The applicant’s code is compiled, tested, and evaluated using a range of metrics to help companies filter candidates.

Zapper: Zapper makes television advertisements interactive. The platform helps any brand identify and engage personally with ad-viewers in real-time. Through Zapper, any user can connect with their favorite brands, discover content and dive into a fun and gamified environment with their friends.

Pokkt: is a “Transactional Advertising Platform” which rewards customers with exclusive offers from online/offline retailers in return for sharing information to advertisers. (site under construction)

LittleEyeLabs: Battery life is a huge pain for most smart phone users. The main reason for battery drain is the apps draining consuming more power than necessary. The product "little eye" helps conscious developers in improving the battery consumption of their app.

SharedCab: Sharedcab wants to eliminate the need of a car. They provide services which can be used on a daily basis. “With a fleet of over 200 taxis, is the only company that offers an assured AC taxi for regular, day to day travel to daily commuters,” they say. Sharedcab offers AC car rides at Rs. 8/km for a week and Rs. 7.5/km for a month.

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