Rajesh Sawhney’s GSF accelerator has selected 11 startups for the next batch of its accelerator program. This is the accelerator's first batch under its cross-border accelerator program launched in February this year and third batch overall. These startups will go through a 13-weeks mentoring and coaching program starting with five weeks in India, followed by four weeks in San Francisco, two weeks in New York, one week in Toronto and finally one week in Singapore. Each startup will also be receiving seed funding of $40,000-$60,000 as part of this program. GSF claims that 15 out of 25 companies in its portfolio successfully raised seed investment, five have raised Series-A funding and three companies have had exits, the most recent one being Little Eye Labs which was acquired by Facebook in January this year. Startups included in this batch include: - tripMD is a medical travel co-ordination platform which allows patients to browse through various treatment options at medical facilities globally and schedule an e-consultation. Following this, it will help patients find and book travel & accommodation for them and their companions. The company claims that it co-ordinates all aspects of the trip including visa, tickets, accommodation, local travel and scheduling appointments with the hospital. Founded by Devashish Sharma and Matthew Beck. - Greymeter is an online talent engagement platform which allows students to solve real world challenges put up by various organizations, in order to earn rewards and discover career opportunities with these companies. Founded by Dheeraj Anand and Aman Garg. - GuideTrip is a travel marketplace which allows travellers to search and book personalized guided tours…
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