Mumbai: Navia Life Care, a digital health startup, has been shortlisted by the Google Accelerator India Programme.
Google has announced the 20 shortlisted startups for the accelerator programme for its fourth batch in India, the startup said in a statement here.
”Google for Startups Accelerator is a 3-month programme, which is focused on promoting startups in India, specifically those which are solving India-specific challenges using Artificial Intelligence (AI) or Machine Learning (ML),” it added.
The startups have been selected from over 600 applications after going through long-deliberation process of selection, which looked into the team, the market, the technology, the problem they are trying to solve, and more recently those, which have excelled during the Covid-19 crisis.
”Navia Life Care joins a select group of startups that include Niramai, Sigtuple, Rentomojo, mPaani, IndiaLends, Drivezy and Curofy in their previous batches,” the statement further said.
Speaking about the same, Kunal Kishore Dhawan, Co-Founder, Navia Life Care, said, ”We are excited about being part of the prestigious Google Accelerator, as it could unlock several avenues for us not only in India but globally as well.
”We look forward to getting mentored from the experts at Google throughout the duration of the programme, and further build on the association even beyond that,” he added.
As part of the Google for Startups Accelerator, Navia will be receiving access to Google’s Tech, Product, Marketing and Cloud resources, including mentors and team members, who will guide the shortlisted companies in various areas of business and technology.