Facebook Backs Govt Recognized Startup – Websites.co.in under its prestigious FbStart Program
Mumbai, Maharashtra, August 19th, 2017: Websites.co.in has been selected by social media giant Facebook Inc. for its early-stage startup mentorship programme FbStart.
The startup received credits worth $40,000 and free tools and services from Facebook and it’s more than 30 partners including Amazon, UserTesting, Dropbox, and MailChimp. Besides partners, startups get free access to more than 25 services including open source tools like React Native, FB Login and Account Kit and App Analytics.
The Websites.co.in team through FbStart has access to the Facebook team and will be enrolled into the social media giant’s exclusive community of global startups that include Adobe, Coursera, Dropbox, and Salesforce.
Websites.co.in is a Consumer Internet and Mobile (CIM) , SAAS platform and services play that enables new digital solutions to connect people, allowing them to share ideas and do business more efficiently.
The startup was founded by Kartik Raichura in March 2017 and beta released on Google Playstore in May 2017 . The startup claims over 1000 app installs gathered organically in just the past 30 days from all over the world.
They are on a mission to get the 51 million small and medium businesses of India discovered online. The Websites.co.in platform enables businesses to get an active, geo-location based, online presence within minutes using their App or Web dashboard.
Their online discovery model enables a customer to quickly create, update and manage content on their website on the go through their app and web platform.
Websites.co.in is a recognised startup by the Govt. Of India and is currently incubated at Sardar Patel Technology Business Incubator supported by Govt. Department of Science and Technology.
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