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ANI  |  New Delhi [India] 

Driven with the vision of creating a nurturing entrepreneurship ecosystem RevStart on Monday announced the launch of its quality co-working, incubation, and acceleration services at its 100,000 square feet facility. The company is launching its own incubation and acceleration program with a USD two million commitment from Ishan Singh.

As part of the mandate, only a select few start-ups will be part of a milestone-based accelerator, and the graduates will be invested into by RevStart's fund.

"I am excited to flag off the RevStart co-working, incubation, and acceleration program. We have an incredible office space that aspiring entrepreneurs, SMEs, and professionals can access at ease. Given my experience of establishing several successful ventures in the past and that I am on the board of three startups where I have led investment rounds, provides me a unique perspective to the requirements of a startup," said MD and CEO RevStart, Ishan Singh.

Cutting through the clutter of mushrooming co-working spaces and run-of-the-mill programs, RevStart curates result-oriented programs focused at helping companies accelerate their growth.

Selected businesses are provided with strategic tools, access to a large mentor pool, nurturing work environment, exposure to relevant events and a cost-effective office space.

Further, as part of the launch, RevStart is hosting the #RevItUp Launch Fest on January 19.

RevStart has partnered with established players in the ecosystem like TiE (The Indus Entrepreneurs), funding partners like Indian Angel Network, Mumbai Angels, Let's Venture, as well as corporate end users of technology.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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First Published: Mon, January 15 2018. 18:55 IST
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