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One Internet expands resources to assist 500+ startups

02-June-2016
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One Internet expands resources to assist 500+ startups

One Internet, a 360 degree startup support system, has announced launch of its new incubator cum accelerator centres at Gurgaon and NSP (New Delhi); spread over an area of 5000-sq feet and 1500- sq feet, respectively. The group has been closely working with over 100+ start-ups to scale up growth. This increased capacity will enable additional 500+ startups to benefit from integrated resources offered by the company under one roof-to work in a co-efficient manner. 

Many more startups will now benefit from the complete eco-system of resources enabled by One Internet. The company will continue to support the growing startup community by meeting their requirements of a co-working space, entrepreneur mentorship program, strategic planning, investment support, acceleration program, virtual office, networking events, and more. Launched in September 2015, the company has already generated revenue of Rs 6 crore and aims to reach Rs 9 crore by next fiscal.

Commenting on the expansion of the company in Delhi/NCR region, Himanshu Bindal, co-founder of One Internet said that, “Young enterprisers are emerging at a very fast pace in India. It is this potential we wish to harness by giving them space and resources to flourish in an integrated work environment. We help connect like-minded people to share their experiences with each other, while giving them resources to enable work more coherently.” 

Apart from the obvious – luxurious infrastructure, high speed internet, reception, IT, HR, legal, conference room usage, admin support – One Internet offers free programs allowing local business owners to develop new skills. Free of cost workshops are provided on digital marketing, understanding your customer, how to pitch etc. Mentor sessions, networking events, pitching sessions to investors etc are also organized.

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