IAN Incubator & Johnson Matthey are Promting Disruptive Green Technologies
IAN Incubator and Johnson Matthey have collaborated again to empower entrepreneur eco-space to take the next step forward as a part of the incubation programme – cleantech season II.
NEW DELHI: The programme will encourage entrepreneurs to create innovative and disruptive solutions in the space of clean technologies.
IAN Incubator brings in high quality mentorship with deep understanding of the entrepreneurial journey and bridges the gap between mentoring and nurturing entrepreneurs with innovative technology and assists them to kick-start their journey towards success. Johnson Matthey is a global leader in sustainable technologies.
With focus on clean air, clean water, clean energy and low carbon technologies, the platform is a one stop solution providing entrepreneurs every support possible from grants, mentoring through incubation to a chance to raise investments.
Programme highlights are as follows:
- Grants of upto INR 10 lacs for selected incubatees
- One-on-one mentoring by investors/industry experts
- Customer validation/industry connects
- Structured incubation programme powered by IAN Incubator for a period of upto 12 months
- On graduation the companies get an opportunity to pitch for raising investments
Saurabh Srivastava, co-founder Indian Angel Network, IAN Incubator and Chairman Emeritus, TiE Delhi-NCR commented, “Season II of the cleantech incubation programme is an extended initiative that aims at incubating startups which are looking for innovative techniques to control fuel and energy consumption. It’s a pleasure to work closely with a tech leader like Johnson Matthey. Our vision together is to mentor these early stage businesses and help them discover pioneering ideas in clean technologies.”
Nick Garner, Director, Group Business Development, Johnson Matthey Plc. commented, “The clean technology space in India continues to excite us. We received huge interest from entrepreneurs and we look forward to keep investing in new ideas for a mutually beneficial partnership.”
Alok Khetan, Managing Director, Johnson Matthey India said, “Season 1 was very enriching and we have made good progress and are delighted to continue our journey towards being leaders in clean technology space in emerging markets like India.”
Start-ups who wish to be part of this programme can send in their applications to email@example.com