Karnataka picks up QNu in the 100 most innovative startups, to give Rs 35 Cr in funding

The startups are being selected under the government’s ELEVATE 100 programme. The initiative also attracted 350 women entrepreneurs and 400 applicants from the rural areas.

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As part of its ELEVATE 100 programme, the State Government has signed eight deals with private firms to provide support to the chosen startups. As per the deal, Google will provide $3000 worth cloud credits for startups registered with Startup Cell and $20,000 worth of credits for startups which are winners of Elevate100. PwC will provide mentoring and consulting services and YES Bank & Kotak Bank will provide banking and other services, among other firms.

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