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Have a startup and want to your ranking?

The idea was born as a result of striving to understand the basic needs of startups and conglomerates, says co-founder and CEO Rajeev Banduni.

Published: 19th January 2017 05:27 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th January 2017 05:37 AM   |  A+A-

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HYDERABAD: What Google is for human beings, Growth Enabler is for large corporates. Providing comprehensive statistics on global startups and ranking them appropriately, Growth Enabler acts as a bridge between the two, helping unlock potential that might have been dormant otherwise.

The idea was born as a result of striving to understand the basic needs of startups and conglomerates, says co-founder and CEO Rajeev Banduni. Today, the company has information on over 500,000 startups across the world.

Startups can sign up for free, and there is absolute transparency in the ranking of startups and no bias in showcasing them to large firms, affirms Rajeev.

“The company is going live with GrowthEnabler Personalised Intelligence Interface (GEPii) on January 23. GEPii enables business leaders and entrepreneurs to interact and innovate together. It helps corporates gain insights on tech disruptions, get connected to global startups relevant to their industry and grow faster by integrating innovative products and business models”, says Rajeev.

In terms of value addition to startups, GEPii will enable them to work smarter by being more aware on the latest tech disruptions, gain visibility amongst the corporate and investor community and grow faster by collaborating with large organisations, adds Rajeev. Founded in 2015, the company has 20 employees, with offices in Bengaluru   and London.

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