Target India's accelerator program that focuses on early stage startups (in the retail industry), today announced the addition of its fourth batch of startups. Five startups including Preksh, MintM, Uncanny Vision, Lechal and Lawbot, selected by Target will go through a four-month training program. These startups come from industry verticals like health & wellness, Internet of Things (IoT) and retail technologies. The program will provide mentorship from top entrepreneurs, investors, academicians and experts in the concerned industry for each startup. According to Target’s website, the program will allow startups to pitch their idea to potential investors; funding may also be provided by Target. It will also provide a co-location space at Target India’s Bangalore office with resources and amenities like IT support, cafeteria and transportation services; training in enterprise business areas including Finance, Legal, HR, Marketing and IT Services. A look into the five startups selected by Target -Preksh provides augmented reality solutions to retailing stores across Apparels & Accessories, Furnitures and Home Décor. It allows customers to browse and discover products online or in a physical store on a virtual screen, proving a walkthrough experience of every corner of a store. -MintM is an in-store customer engagement platform that provides advertising, branding and marketing services to brands and stores. One particular product of the startup provides ‘location based ads’ to businesses/brands looking to run ads in their stores or at locations of their choice, or at Point of Purchase (POP). -Uncanny Vision is a computer vision processing library for…
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