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EnableX launches program to support early-stage startups, a global full-stack communications platform and solutions provider has announced the launch of the “EnableX Founders Peak Program”, an initiative to support entrepreneurs across incubator programs. At launch, it has launched the program at India’s leading campuses, including IIM Bangalore, IIM Ahmedabad and XLRI.

EnableX Founders’ Peak Program will help start-ups through free access to EnableX’s CPaaS platform through complimentary credits for building their customer engagement journeys, and offer mentorship from EnableX’s experienced leadership team. EnableX is working with leading academic institutions globally to bring the program to more incubated start-ups.

Under the MoU, EnableX will specifically support startups that emerge from NSRCEL, IIM Bangalore, CIIE, IIM Ahmedabad, and XCEED, XLRI- all incubators that assist founders in launching high-impact new ventures through a variety of resources.

Sharing his view on the MoU, Chandan Agarwal, COO EnableX, said, “We are thrilled to collaborate with top B-schools through our EnableX Founders’ Peak Program. This partnership marks the start of an exciting journey to further support early-stage startups and play our part in the Startup India mission. We hope these leading B-schools and EnableX’s collective forces will work as game changer for young entrepreneurs. We are committed to making this a success.”

Commenting on the partnership, Dr. Fr. K.S. Casimir SJ, Director- XCEED, XLRI- Delhi NCR, said, “We are excited to work with partners like EnableX who understand, encourage, and support founders in their entrepreneurial skills. The EnableX Founders’ Peak program exemplifies how the convergence of technology and education can unlock possibilities and avenues for growth and development. We look forward to having the team engage with founders to help them grow.” News Patrolling

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