Through this Bootcamp, AIC-RMP in collaboration with MathWorks are aiming at equipping young entrepreneurs with the fundamentals of business and technical tools to lead successful startups during challenging times.
Atal Incubation Center – Rambhau Mhalgi Prabodihini (AIC-RMP), a Business Incubator supported by AIM- NITI Aayog announced the launch of a 3-day virtual Biz-Tech Bootcamp for AI, ML startups. Curated in collaboration with MathWorks, the U.S.-based developer of software for scientists and engineers, the Bootcamp is aimed at equipping young entrepreneurs with the fundamentals of business and technical tools to lead successful startups during challenging times. The registrations are now open for startups across India till July 24th.
‘We at AIC-RMP strongly believe that Corporate-Incubator partnerships are crucial at this juncture in the Indian startup Eco-system. The early-stage startups can tremendously benefit through such interventions where fundamentals of Technology & Business are addressed by leading Organizations in this field. We appreciate the commitment of the Mathworks team as looking forward to working together on other interesting initiatives for the startup community as a part of our long-term engagement’ stated Uday Wankawala (CEO, AIC-RMP).
Biz-Tech Bootcamp (30 July-1 Aug 2020) is pan-India, and registrations are welcome from startups and scaleups (registered after 2015) anywhere in India. Registrations will be accepted from student innovators (above 18yrs), industry professionals with business ideas leveraging AI and ML. The sectors in focus will be AgriTech, HealthTech/ MedTech, EdTech, Energy.
With sessions offering both a business and technical aspects, startups will gain insights into use of MATLAB and other technologies to design, simulate and build AI and ML-based solutions They will also be exposed to the fundamentals of a customer-centric business including Business Model and the relevance of entrepreneurial communications. The program also opens up possible incubation opportunity with AIC-RMP. As a MathWorks Accelerator partner, startups working with AIC-RMP can access to MathWorks products, engineering support and access to the MATLAB Central user community Participants will also gain from peer learning opportunities.
“ MathWorks is committed to the startup community by providing affordable access to the tools and technologies they need to research projects, develop prototypes and bring products to production faster,” said Sunil Motwani, country manager – sales & services, MathWorks. “We see this collaboration with AIC RMP as another step in our support for startups as they move from ideas to successful market launch.”
Sessions will be delivered by application engineers from MathWorks and senior entrepreneur, mentor & expert associated with AIC-RMP. Registrations close on July 24th.
Register here: bit.ly/3gJ96go