Start-ups Incubated so far
Dhwani was set up by three participants of PRM33; Swapnil Agarwal, Sunandan Madan and Dhruv. The idea came to their mind during their fieldwork when they observed that health care information regarding checkups, vaccinations etc. from the Asha worker was not reaching the pregnant women on time. They solved this problem by providing voice messages using IVR (Interactive voice response).
Dhwani is progressing with a vision to provide affordable, integrated and smart ICT tools for organizations working at the bottom of pyramid.
TallBird was co-founded by Shobhit Mathur (PRM34) and Hemant Nagalkar (IIM Raipur). It is a start-up in employment and skill development sector. It aims to improve the quality of vocational training by establishing a robust two-way communication channel between potential employers and vocational training institutes. To achieve this objective, TallBird has designed a three step process through which it understands the skill requirements of employers and supports the vocational training institutes to meet these requirements through necessary changes in training. TallBird has been awarded at IIMA & IIMC for its business model in social enterprise sector.
Auctorem solutions is an initiative that sustainably sources honey by not destroying the honeybee hives unlike the traditional methods. Touted as a product of medical significance, a sample was offered to the alumni who had attended Milaap 2017 as part of the goodies. Team Auctorem solutions was the runner up at Alltech Competition, a B-Plan competition that was held in November 2016 in Bangalore.
Angootha is an app aimed at bringing forward a new payment method to simplify the authentication process and is intended to facilitate the financial inclusion of the marginal sector of the society.