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Mumbai Angels Network partners with Neoleap Accelerator

With this partnership, Mumbai Angels Network will provide a rich platform to the highly curated startups from Neoleap Accelerator to showcase in front of their network of investors.

, ET Bureau|
Oct 16, 2019, 04.08 PM IST
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“The partnership with Mumbai Angels Network will provide a vast funding pool to our curated startups," Raghav Kanoria, founder of Neoleap Accelerator said.
KOLKATA: Mumbai Angels Network entered into a strategic partnership with Neoleap Accelerator, the first structured private accelerator from eastern India offering emerging entrepreneurs and startups a supportive ecosystem to nurture and thrive.

With this partnership, Mumbai Angels Network will provide a rich platform to the highly curated startups from Neoleap Accelerator to showcase in front of their network of investors.

Elaborating on the partnership, Mumbai Angels Network MD & CEO Nandini Mansinghka said: “We are actively looking to partner with leading incubators and accelerators, both in India and globally. With our partnership with Neoleap, we look forward to bringing the strong startups from Neoleap’s cohorts as potential investment opportunities to our network’s members, especially from the East.”

“The partnership with Mumbai Angels Network will provide a vast funding pool to our curated startups. Neoleap Accelerator is very active in east India and is entering into strategic alliances for funding and mentorship with the leading platforms for the same,” Raghav Kanoria, founder of Neoleap Accelerator added.

Started in 2006, Mumbai Angels Network is India’s premier platform focused on new venture investing. The network presently has 400 plus members across 7 chapters, namely Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Goa and Pune. It has a 130 plus strong portfolio and has invested more than Rs 150 crore.

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