Advaiya Labs champs will be available at the event to mentor the participating teams.
Advaiya Labs has announced that it sponsored PRARAMBH-2015, a 32 hour start-up challenge organized by IIM Udaipur, which started from 20th February and will end on 22nd February.
The idea of the start-up platform is to bring together budding entrepreneurs from different backgrounds including software developers, MBA students, marketers, designers and enthusiasts under one roof to develop synergies and facilitate the translation of ideas to reality. They gather to pitch ideas, form teams and build working prototypes in just 32 hours.
Advaiya Labs has been announced as the Technology Mentor for the event and as part of this, Advaiya Labs champs will be available at the event to mentor the participating teams. These champs will be from different domains including software development, business and design consulting, and cloud consulting and will help the team to ensure that they develop their ideas in right direction.
“Advaiya Labs is an Advaiya initiative that is cantered on technology envisioning, innovation and incubation. It focuses on enabling technology enthusiasts (employees and student community) to create something new, change the traditional ways of how technology helps others, and enjoy technology,” said the press statement.
Its services include – Business Transformation, Software Engineering and Product Development, and Marketing and Sales enablement. Advaiya has more than 50 valued customers including Microsoft, Google, VMware, UBM, Secure Meters, Hindustan Zinc, and more. They have a global presence with offices in Redmond (US), Udaipur & Delhi (India), and Dubai.
Manish Godha, CEO, Advaiya, said, “Advaiya has always promoted entrepreneurship and very well understands what it demands. We are delighted to be the Technology Mentor for PRARAMBH as we offer our expertise and experience to the participating teams. At the same time, it would provide us an opportunity to see through the young minds and their innovative ideas, which may become the next start-up.”