Hyderabad: Anthill Ventures and Enterprise Singapore (ESG) have shortlisted 15 startups from Singapore, India, Israel and the US for the A-Scale – an Asian market access programme based in Singapore. These 15 startups – out of which three are from Hyderabad — provide solutions in the field of health tech, media tech and urban tech and have been selected after evaluation of 300 applications received from across the globe.
Through A-Scale, the shortlisted startups will gain access to over 100 global subject matter experts, over 50 corporate partners and an opportunity to implement their smart products and solutions in the public sector via government organizations. The programme will help each of the selected startups to raise funding of up to $1 million and an additional syndicated $20 million smart capital via Anthill’s co-investors network.
The three Hyderabad-based startups are QuaQua which translates world’s travel experiences into captivating 360 videos and AR/VR stories to provide real and immersive end-to-end travel experiences; Grene Robotics which has built an internet of everything platform that helps in bringing people, process, data and things of an organisation into a single unified experience so that they can communicate seamlessly; and AdonMo that uses a combination of proprietary hardware and patented software to control ads by location, time and other factors.
Rest of 12 startups are Exelot, Abilisense, Vuulr, TrakitNow, KroniKare, Raybaby, ACiiST, Valor Humani, Rooter, HoloSuit, SPACES and Zerone Microsystems.
Prasad Vanga, founder and CEO, Anthill Ventures said, “We have selected startups across India, Singapore, Israel, and the US with some path breaking and trend-setting solutions for health tech, urban tech and media tech space ultimately converging to shape future lifestyles.”