Global telecommunication company Airtel announces that it has selected Nuronics Labs, Enthu.AI, and Chimes Radio for its new accelerator program.
The chosen startups were declared the winners of the ‘Airtel India Startup Innovation Challenge,’ which was organized in collaboration with Invest India.
Indian startups working on novel solutions in 5G, IoT, cloud communications, digital advertising, and digital entertainment were invited to participate in the competition.
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The competition witnessed massive participation from 237 companies across India, demonstrating the significant response the initiative garnered from Indian startups.
Airtel said in an official statement, “The three winners of the competition will get access to Airtel’s Digital Innovation Lab and an opportunity to be a part of the Airtel Startup Accelerator Program.”
The statement further mentioned that the unique program invests in early-stage startups that are developing new-age technology-based solutions, which complements Airtel’s digital vision across segments.
Nuronics Labs specializes in offering a platform that combines the fastest “voice-to-meaning” technology with unrivaled accuracy using its patented “Meaning Match” algorithm.
Chandigarh-based conversation intelligence startup Enthu.ai, the competition’s first runner-up, aims to enable artificial intelligence-powered call centers with its agent evaluation and performance management software.
Whereas the second runner-up of the competition organized by Airtel, Chimes Radio is a children’s podcasting network.
\CEO of Airtel Digital, Adarsh Nair, said, “We welcome the winners to Airtel’s digital ecosystem and thank everyone who participated and wish them the very best for the future.”