Kasaragod: The Incubation Centre, set up by the Kerala Startup Mission (KSUM) here to support innovative entrepreneurship, has invited applications from technology startups in the district with ideas that can be converted into products with market value.
The facility, set up in association with district panchayath, will offer infrastructure, economic and technical aid to students and entrepreneurs. KSUM will provide well-furnished office with hi-speed Internet facility, government aid as per rules, technical support and arrange meetings with investors.
As part of KSUM’s induction programs, startups will get opportunities for participating in global startup fair and exhibitions; and management development program to be conducted in association with IIMs of Kozhikode and Bengaluru.
The nascent ventures will also get free Internet Cloud services and development tools, guidance from world-famous startup experts, founders and academic experts. Besides, an innovation grant of Rs 12 lakh from KSUM for converting ideas into market-value products is also awaiting the startups.