πŸ’° Three startups win BITS Pilani event

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Three Bengaluru-based startups have won big at the BITS Pilani Conquest.

Story so far: Out of 1,500 applications, 15 were shortlisted, and four have won an equity-less grant of β‚Ή30 lakh each. Of these, three startups are based in Bengaluru. The winners were decided based on three categories – Pan India, BITSian, and Web3.0. 

Winners in Pan India category: Two startup companies from Bengaluru, Green Tiger Mobility and Daffodil Health, won in the Pan India category.

  • Green Tiger Mobility, a cleantech firm, is working on developing a hybrid vehicle that will allow you to switch between electric to internal combustion engines. 
  • Daffodil Health, a healthcare startup, aims to give parent-mediated therapy to children experiencing developmental disorders such as autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and others.

Winner in Web 3.0 category: Bengaluru-based StreamMoney won in the Web 3.0 category.

  • StreamMoney is enabling Non-Fungible Token (NFT) owners to rent out or provide subscriptions of their NFTs through a utility protocol.

Conquest: Conquest is run by BITS Pilani’s Centre for Entrepreneurial Leadership. It is the first-ever student-run startup accelerator, conducting events and programmes every year to aid startups with funding and mentors. 

  • The 18th edition of this programme was held in Bengaluru on Sunday, displaying 15 startups to a panel consisting of investors and industry leaders. 

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