Startup Village, which had propelled the world’s first computerized hatchery for understudies SV.CO a month ago has held hands with online networking mammoth Facebook, which will give access to its engineer groups for understudies who gets enlisted in the business program.
Social Media Giant Facebook joined hands Kochi Startup Village
As a part of the SV.CO Startup Program, 50 understudies will make a six-day trek to Facebook’s central station in Menlo Park, California where they will likewise get a chance to introduce their thoughts to the Facebook group and get input.
“The motivation behind the visit to Silicon Valley is to give understudies an extremely valuable chance to retain and gain from innovation organizations, for example, Facebook. Understudies will get the opportunity to meet capable experts from around the globe and take in about making fruitful new companies,” said Startup Village executive Sanjay Vijayakumar.
Satyajeet Singh, of Product Partnerships, Facebook, said: “India is known for innovation and building ability, and we are quick to make more open doors for understudies to share their inventiveness and advancement to the world. We are satisfied to hold hands with SV.CO and backing their objective of giving a stage to understudies to manufacture supportable new businesses.”