The Atal Incubation Centre — Pondicherry Engineering College Foundation (AIC-PECF) will roll out an initiative to support and revive start-up enterprises in Puducherry on Thursday.
“Start Up Revive”, launched in collaboration with the Department of Industries and Commerce, is designed for growth-stage start-ups with initial market traction.
E. Vallavan, Industries Secretary, will launch the programme at a virtual meeting in the presence of K. Vijay Ganesh, Puducherry CII chairman, and Vishnu Varadan V., Chief Executive Officer, AIC-PECF.
“Start Up Revive” is a three-month accelerator programme that provides an opportunity for start-ups to get mentorship clinics from industry experts, investor master class, IP support and opportunity to pitch in at the investor forums of AIC-PECF and help them build a scalable business around their product or services.
The initiative is aimed at growth-stage start-ups that are based in Puducherry or intending to set up their facility.