/Bizzcamp cohort organised by Easy to Pitch & Edumaan secures funding for startups across diverse verticals

Bizzcamp cohort organised by Easy to Pitch & Edumaan secures funding for startups across diverse verticals

Atleast 10 startups across diverse verticals have collectively secured Rs 5 crore of funding during the ‘bizzcamp’ organised jointly by Easy to Pitch – a one-stop pitching solutions for startup founders and entrepreneurs and Edumaan.

The Hobby Tribe (edtech), Hesa (fintech), Indian Institute of Drones (edtech), Last Moment Tuitions (edtech), Kourier Sprint (supply chain), OrganicShala (foodtech), TROS (retail industry), Dr Maddy Brown (healthcare), Iscicle (food tech) and Health Saarthi (health tech) are some of the startups who got the funds during 30-day long camp, Easy to Pitch said in a statement.

Angel investors like Girish Shivani of YourNest, Mitesh Nandlaskar of Hem Securities, Munish Bhatia of India Accelerator, Nilesh Balakrishnan of WaterBridge Ventures, Akshay Grover of Fluid Ventures, Shiva Shanker of Ankur Capital, Rajesh Mane of Venture Catalysts, Sandro Stephen of Indian Angel Network, Sarthak Biswas of Kae Capital, Sneha Kulukuru of 50k Ventures and Hesham Zreik of FasterCapital have invested in these startups, the statement added.

The ‘bizzcamp’ cohort was organised to mentor startups raise funds. The cohort also saw tremendous engagement from more than 20 investors keen to invest between Rs 50 lakh – Rs 1 crore in the participating startups to accelerate their growth by the end-December 2020.

Elaborating on the camp, Easy to Pitch founder & CEO Priyanka Madnani said: “To make it easy for incubators, accelerators, and start-ups, the ‘bizzcamp’ cohort focused on preparing the founders for the demo day and provided special mentoring sessions for their pitch grooming.” Buoyed by the surge in the startup ecosystem, Easy to Pitch has decided to work as a long-term advisor to maximize the chances of fundraising.

Founded by Priyanka Madnani and Nikhil Parmar, Easy to pitch is based on the idea to make the ‘founders pitch ready’ and help them reduce the chances of being rejected. Going forward, the company is planning to integrate automated tools and processes to make it easy for the founders to create their pitch presentations.

Having established itself in Gurgaon and Mumbai, it is now looking to expand its footprints to tier II and tier III cities.

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