UIncept Accelerator in line with their endeavour to create a holistic global startup ecosystem has yet again joined hands with MindCET Israel to conduct an exchange program starting 5th July 2021.
UIncept, one of India’s premier Edtech focussed accelerators has partnered with MindCET, a leading Israeli EdTech Innovation Center to help scale selected Edtech startups worldwide. The top 20 shortlisted startups will be guided by international startup ecosystem stakeholders – Boaz Zaoince (COO & VP – CodeMonkey, Israel), Shreyasi Singh (Founder- Harappa Education), Fernando Valenzuela (Founding Partner- Global Edtech Impact Alliance, Mexico), Sachin Ravi (Founder – Qshala), Caroline Wright (Director General- British Educational Suppliers Association & Director of Edtech Exchange (UK), Ravi Kaushik (Managing Partner-WaterBridge Ventures) and more.
The online program will witness the presence of some of the promising EdTech startup companies from India, Israel, USA, Europe, Latin America etc. The speakers at the program will be sharing their expertise, challenges and opportunities in the Global EdTech ecosystem. The online program will also have a match making session between the shortlisted startups to explore synergies.
UIncept, Founder & Chief Mentor, Mr. Manish Gupta says, “We are all set to welcome international startups looking to foray into the Indian market and support them in every possible way through our solid network and mentorship.”
The exchange program will address:
- European, Indian and Latin American Edtech Market
- Global Edtech Investment landscape
- Importance of Channel Partners in Edtech
- An overview of Indian Education system, Edtech trends & Investments
UIncept has onboarded EdTechReview, a premier edtech media and community as the Media Partner.
Headquartered in Gurugram, India, UIncept is one of the country’s premier startup accelerators with a deep focus on EdTech. It is a starting ground of ideas and leaders that can transform the world. After 5 years of working with more than 40 startups (mostly EdTech) who have raised over USD 10 million, UIncept knows about the various challenges faced by early-stage startups.
UIncept is also a part of the global collaborator community of Amazon Web Services Edstart. To know more about UIncept, visit www.uincept.com
MindCET was established by the Center for Educational Technology (CET), the leading organization in the planning and development of technological products for the education system in Israel. The Center is based on CET’s many years of experience and in-depth familiarity with the market. UIncept is also a part of the global collaborator community of Amazon Web Services Edstart. To know more about MindCET, visit https://www.mindcet.org/en/