Today GSF India and MIT's Global Startup Labs (GSL) have announced a cross-border startup exchange. This partnership will enable Boston-based GSL startups to expand into India's emerging market with support from GSF's mentor network and core accelerator team, as well as co-location at GSF offices in four Indian hubs. GSF's startups will in turn gain access to MIT's mobile technology expertise as exchange residents at the institute in Boston.In addition to the startup exchange, GSF will welcome a selection of MIT PhD students to mentor GSF startups at each GSF accelerator base in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore and Chennai. MIT PhD students will be selected from the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science as well as the Sloan School of Management. Rajesh Sawhney, founder of GSF, will become a mentor for GSL startups with frequent visits to campus.