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
Some of our portfolio Companies featured in the media
During his monthly Mann Ki Baat radio broadcast, Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised the rapid growth of the private spacetech industry in India over the last few years. He said that this growth was unexpected, but fulfilled the early dreams of so many children to touch the stars in the sky.
Bajaj is gearing up to launch its second electric two-wheeler. This new EV will be made for its mobility partner – Yulu. This new electric two-wheeler is likely to help Yulu expand its business to other than the personal mobility segment. There have been rumours about this new product catering to the business side of things, especially the delivery services. But we are yet to hear something concrete on this from both the companies.
E-scooter start-up Yulu will launch by the end of the current calendar year, faster scooters that can hit a top speed of 40 km/hour, co-founder RK Mishra told FE. For the newly launched scooters, riders would need a driving licence, helmet and the vehicles need to be registered with the regional transport office (RTO). These requirements are not there currently as Yulu scooters can run at a maximum speed of 25 km/hour.
In India’s cutthroat ride-hailing market, companies like Uber and homegrown rival Ola have been going head-to-head to be the go-to provider of cheap and convenient rides. Their apps offer a variety of vehicle options in India, including auto-rickshaws—the backbone of the country's urban transportation. Auto-rickshaws are one of the most popular and easily accessible modes of transit, usually for short trips (under 5 km) to offices, markets and schools. It's also the cheapest way of getting around India, with the three-wheeler costing half the price of a taxi.
It plans to use the funds to accelerate its India growth by scaling its advertising activation strategy and panel enhancement while driving global market expansion. Founded in 2018 by Manoj Dawane, Vtion provides real-time analytics data and media consumption measurement techniques for broadcast radio, bringing together various stakeholders of the ecosystem.
The world's fastest-growing on-chain social app, Chingari's ₹93 crore worth GARI Mining program goes live on Wednesday. With this, Chingari becomes the first social app in the world to offer cryptos to its creators. Creators and users on the Chingari platform will be able to earn GARI tokens for doing in-app activities like uploading, liking, sharing, and commenting on videos.