Delhivery partners with Nexus Ventures, AWS for accelerator programme
The cloud services provider AWS is providing activate credits of $25,000 (around Rs 21 lakh) to selected startups for building and scaling technology infrastructure.
The programme, Velocity, will help build a logistic ecosystem to enable new entrepreneurs to convert their ideas into viable, functional business solutions, Delhivery Chief Technology Officer and Executive Director Kapil Bharati said.
Leading cloud services provider AWS is providing activate credits of $25,000 (around Rs 21 lakh) to selected startups for building and scaling technology infrastructure.
In the first edition of the programme, 20 out of 234 applicants were picked for providing mentorship, the statement said.
Warehousing-focused Wherehouse, and Warehousity; EV fleet providers, including and Zyngo, agritech startups such as Upjao Agrotech and E Sandhai and aggregator platforms Paapos, Hyphen SCS, and Loadexx were among the selected startups in the first edition.,
Leading financial and sectoral experts were part of the program for mentorship to the selected startups, with sessions by ONDC COO and President for Network Governance Vibhor Jain,CEO of Food Marketplace Rohit Kapoor, and founder Naman Jain, among others.
Edited by Megha Reddy