Ten Indian startups, from different domains got lucky on Monday, after they were selected for the Target Accelerator Programme. It is a four-month long cohort programme.
The selected startups will be focusing on leveraging technology to create solutions for the Target India. They will also work on enhancing the shopping experiences of Target’s potential customers (both online and offline).
“Every new batch brings new possibilities and opportunities to develop and scale solutions in the global retail setting. We are excited to begin the work as one team, co-creating and developing disruptive solutions to address the needs of our guest and advance the retail industry,” Tammy Redpath, Senior Vice President of Target in India, said.
Target Accelerator Programme was launched in 2013. It is a four-month long cohort and this will be the seventh batch of the programme.
The selected startups will be using technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), computer vision, natural language processing, and analytics.
The startups, selected for the seventh batch of Target Accelerator Programme are:
SprintAI: The platform was founded by Ankit Jain and Anurag Bhatt in 2018. It enterprise AI startup building solutions for smart inventory placement, optimisation of assortment and buying decisions, and intelligent fulfilment.
Intello Labs: A platform for grading and quality monitoring of agriculture commodities using AI tools such as computer vision and deep learning. This was founded by Milan Sharma, Nishant Mishra, Himani Shah and Devendra Chandani in 2016.