Apart from funding, PVL will also offer resources to startups to turbo-start their idea. It will provide PVL entrepreneurs with in-house talent in design, marketing and product management. It will also incubate companies
based on the deep research by researchers.
PVL has so far incubated over 10 companies in the deep tech space, which are present in the final stages of their product launch. Four of the companies are expected to hit the market next month.
“This unique initiative will help our students
have an early exposure to the entrepreneurial ecosystem we have created at PESU. This is a beginning to amazing things that await students
at PESU Venture Labs,” said Jawahar Doreswamy, Pro-Chancellor, PESU.
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