Seven firms incubating under Kerala Startup Mission (KSUM) have been inducted to a flagship program by US-based Stanford University Graduate School of Business (GSB), qualifying their CEOs among very few in South Asia to train in management skills and tools to scale up businesses.
Kidvestor, Bumberry, Phonologix, Social Town, Eyerov, Qudrat and Ezygo are the KSUM-registered startups that will have top officials undergo intensive five-month training under ‘Stanford Seed Spark’ of the GSB headquartered in California state.
Stanford Seed prepared the short list of the startups in association with TiE Kerala.
Stanford Seed Spark is specifically designed for rising entrepreneurs running early-stage start-ups to build their strategy, grow their network and boost their business acumen. The program will provide participants access to cohort-based hands–on training along with expert-driven sessions, preparing them to attain their desired goals.
KSUM is a 2006-founded nodal agency of the Kerala government for entrepreneurship development and incubation activities in the state.