Broadridge India, ISB to launch global accelerator programme for startups

Hyderabad: Broadridge India recently inked an MoU with DLabs Incubator Association (DLabs) at the Indian School of Business (ISB) to launch a global accelerator programme for startups working in the AI, blockchain and decentralised finance (DeFi) spaces.

The nine-week programme will provide a range of networking opportunities along with fundraising support to the shortlisted startups. Currently, Broadridge and DLabs are inviting startups to register for the accelerator programme. Interested startups can send details on, before November 30.

“We are thrilled to launch our global accelerator programme, with an ambition to foster partnerships with startups that are shaping disruptive solutions. We aim to collaboratively develop products that will fuel digital transformation within the fintech industry,” said Sheenam Ohrie, managing director, Broadridge India.

"I am delighted to sponsor our collaboration with ISB's D-Labs, a startup accelerator programme specifically dedicated to AI and blockchain technology. By engaging with this, we gain access to a diverse network of pioneering startups, entrepreneurs, and ISB thought leaders that are addressing critical AI and Blockchain challenges with innovative solutions,” said German Soto Sanchez, chief strategy officer, Broadridge.

“This partnership signifies our shared commitment to fostering innovation and driving real-world solutions. We are excited to provide a platform for startups to leverage the power of AI, Blockchain, tackle complex challenges, and create a lasting global impact,” said Professor Bhagwan Chowdhry, faculty director at I-Venture@ISB.

“I-Venture@ISB proudly announces our dynamic partnership with Broadridge, marking the advent of a transformative AI and Blockchain accelerator programme. This is poised to magnify entrepreneurial strides, arming visionaries with the means to unleash potential of AI and blockchain technology.” said Saumya Kumar, director at I-Venture @ ISB, according to a release.

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