Z Nation Lab has partnered with Access Silicon Valley to provide a virtual accelerator platform for startups in India. Startups will now get to access Silicon Valley angels, VCs and serial entrepreneurs in real time, which they otherwise wouldn’t get the opportunity to see, hear or possibly connect with.
In addition, Z Nation Lab has put together valuable workshops to provide entrepreneurs with a perspective on building scalable startups.
“This community will act as a group to provide a link to Silicon Valley ecosystem or “mindshare” as we like to think of it,” the company said in a press release.
Z Nation Lab assists startups to scale up not only in India but globally. Its network includes global prodigy mentors and investors with specialization in the fields of IoT, Sensor Technology, big data, robotics, med-tech, education, mobile and payments and are working in collaboration with the Indo-US corridor.
With various patents registered in their name and having worked with fortune 500 companies including venture capital funds, they bring in over 150+ years of collective work experience. Not just experience, Z Nation Lab strives to bring people together from each and every domain.
Z Nation Lab selectively invests seed capital, provides strategic and technological support to startups. Thus, enabling them to accelerate in the right direction.
Neha Jain, Co-Founder, Z Nation Lab said: “Access Silicon Valley is an extension of the overall global vision to build “virtual bridges” between cities in India that have great startup communities and potential to scale. The virtual bridge will enable Startup ecosystem in India to evolve to the next level, bridging the gap between ideation and implementation.”
Z Nation Lab is launching its first live streaming breakfast session in Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, Bengaluru and Hyderabad. Startups will not only get a chance to hear veterans from Silicon Valley but also pitch their next big idea to Z Nation Lab. The details for the same have been published in local community pages on their website.