• Munish jauhar
    Munish jauhar
    As the CEO/Founder of GrayCell Technologies Exports, Munish Jauhar has been living the tech dream. Post his Masters in Computer Applications from Panjab University, Chandigarh, India, an enriching stint with Quark Media House as Product Manager and a US-based start-up, Jauhar moved to the next level. To satisfy the entrepreneurial fire in his belly, he took the risk and set up GrayCell Technologies Exports in 2004. Today, GrayCell Technologies Exports has grown exponentially. The team has swelled to a formidable force of 70 highly skilled professionals placed in two office sites located in the prime business and commercial district of Chandigarh. He was awarded the prestigious Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Award as the Most Promising Entrepreneur in 2011 for achievements in the software arena. One of the most difficult parts of starting a venture for any entrepreneur is finding that small bit of seed capital to get things going. To help and mentor young budding entrepreneurs, Mr. Jauhar launched GrayCell Ventures. His aim with GrayCell Ventures is not only to provide seed capital for start-ups in software, web, mobile and the cloud computing space but to act as mentor for the talent. GrayCell Ventures provides a combination of seed funding along with mentoring in a business accelerator environment for early stage startups

What We Offer

Having worked with hundreds of startups during his decade long journey as an entrepreneur, Munish has had first-hand experience of what pains and pangs constraint a startup faces. He works with early stage ventures to define the business plan and technology requirements. He also acts as an independent consultant and evaluator and the GCT Team can chip in whenever the venture needs development help or even a third eye perspective. He firmly believes that innovation and the right application is the key to success and loves to contribute to the tribe of pioneers that think differently and have the passion to turn their dreams to reality. He likes to work as a team with the new brigade of innovators. Our key USP’s include:

    • First hand industry experience that ensures high quality mentoring
    • Large talent pool of technology evangelists
    • Network of business and technology resources
    • Focus on the team and the product
    • Tangible inputs for isolating and minimizing Risk.
    • Follow the KIS (Keep it Simple) methodology

So let’s join hands and make future happen!

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Some of the companies we invested in

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Dialect-based Digital Video Content Platform (OTT) STAGE partners with Chingari’s to generate specific artist-based content (like poetry, comedy, web series etc.) on one of the country’s biggest short video-making platforms with over 68M user base. In order to expand the reach and connect with an audience away from the digital platform, STAGE has joined Chingari and will be showcasing its content on a daily basis on the platform.

Space-Tech Startups: Why Are They Catching Eyeballs?

Space-based start-ups are seeing growth in the last four years but have mainly come up with a force during the last one year during lockdown. A lot of companies which started off as tech-based enablers have ventured into the satellite space. This comes in addition to space and satellite focused start-ups.

How Apple’s annual event ‘changed’ the lives of these three young Indian developers

Vidit Bhargava was in class III and like any younger sibling he wanted to what his elder brother did. His brother attended an HTML class back then and that aroused Bhargava’s curiosity about computers and technology. That was many years ago but the spark was lit and since then Bhargava has realised that technologies are not only fun to play with but can also be used to create tools that help people. Something he did with his app called LookUp for iOS. Crucial to his development was Apple’s role with its Swift Student Challenge that is conducted every year around WWDC— the annual developer conference. LookUp is an English dictionary — a reference and learning app that enables users to learn new words through beautiful illustrations. “The idea is to bring fun and interactive ways of learning words to a traditional dictionary,” says Bhargava. The app has Word of the Day illustrations, interactive quizzes and translated meanings making it useful reference app for students and non-native English learners.

From panels to patients

Pune-based Nocca Robotics, a manufacturer of robots for waterless cleaning of solar panels, has used its expertise in electromechanical control systems to design a ventilator.

Chingari partners with celebrity engagement platform Celebyte

New Delhi: Homegrown short video platform Chingari has partnered with celebrity engagement service Celebyte as part of which users will be able to share videos and interact with celebrities and brands.

#WorldBicycleDay: These 4 Indian Startups Are Reshaping Bicycle Commute

Over the years, we have seen various modes of commute have come and evolved to help humans travel faster. In most cases, though the travel time was reduced as technology-enabled vehicles to be more efficient and fast, its impact on the environment remained a cause of concern. In all these years, one mode of commute has always remained environmentally friendly and managed to even cut cholesterol that rose after your dinner. Bicycle, a simple mode of commute that moves after you pedal.


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