The seventh cohort of Surge, the accelerator programme run by Sequoia Capital India, has surged successfully. This cohort consists of 37 founders from 15 early-stage startups.
Surge combines up to $3 million of seed capital with company-building workshops, global immersion trips and support from a community of exceptional founders.
Attentive, Beam, Boxs, BuyerAssist, ClearFeed, Gan, Hatica, and Metaschool are included in the seventh cohort. PixCap, Pratech Brands, agritech platform Semaai, TrueFoundry, Unravel Carbon, and Whiz are additional firms in the cohort. The accelerator withheld the name of the fifteenth startup in the seventh cohort for the time being because the travel-related startup is currently in stealth.
In their blog Surge shared, one-third of the startups in this 16 week long program have at least one female founder.
Surge Community includes 281 Founders Now
Founders in this cohort are tackling climate change with the first AI-powered decarbonisation platform in Asia Pacific; helping people with no design experience create 3D animation anywhere in the world
Attentive, Boxs, BuyerAssist, ClearFeed, Gan, Pratech Brands are Indian startups while TrueFoundry and Hatica have been led by Indian origin founders which are based out of San Francisco.
The new cohort comes seven months after the announcement of the sixth cohort by the venture capital firm.With the addition of the seventh cohort, the community now includes 281 founders from 127 firms operating across 16 industries.
Surge further claims that the startups in its cohort have raised over $1.7 billion in follow-on funding rounds.