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Published on: 2018-02-14     331 times read    0  Comments

February 14: Rockstart Impact will be organising a Demo Day for its fourth batch of 100-day accelerator program on Thursday, February 15 at Soaltee Crowne Plaza.

This fourth batch of accelerator program received more than 200 applications and out of them, 10 companies were chosen for the 100-day accelerator program. Out of the ten companies selected this year, nine have finished their 100-day program and will now be pitching their business ideas to the investors in Nepal and Europe.

According to Rockstart Impact, the overall goal of this program is to support entrepreneurs having high potential and linking them to the domestic and international growth capital.

“At the end of the program, the nine entrepreneurs have become ‘investment-ready’ and have a clear vision and understanding on how they can realistically grow their business in a sustainable way,” mentions a press release issued by the company.

The selected companies include Godam Sewa, Indradevi Strawberry Farm, Kanjirowa Agro Farm, Khadka Nursery, Mount Everest Organic Coffee, Sarathi, Tripathi Group and Urban Girl and Rudyn AgriFlora. They will be pitching their ideas on the Demo Day in Nepal.

After this, the companies will be pitching on the Demo Day in Amsterdam on February 21, Wednesday at the Rockstart headquarters. Similarly, the Demo Day in London will take place on February 23, Friday at the CDC Group.

Rockstart Impact is an accelerator program focusing on bridging the gap between entrepreneurs and impact investors. In the three years of its launch, Rockstart Impact has accelerated 29 companies and raised over Rs 3 million euros as investment pledges for 21 companies.



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