VentureNursery announces second batch of startups, Interview Master, Klip, Smart Sample and The Venturator

VentureNursery-Logo.pngAngel backed startup accelerator VentureNursery has announced the newest batch of startups that got into their program. Four startups–Interview Master, Klip, Smart Sample and The Venturator– were selected out of 150 applicants.

“Nearly 30% of them were from tier- 2 cities like Lucknow, Kanpur, Bhopal and Nagpur. Retail, consumer technology and e-business sectors have drawn the most interest,” said Apoorv Ranjan Sharma of VentureNursery.

The startups will graduate in the first week of April and will be presenting to a group of Charter Angels on the pitch day for seed investment.

Here’s a look at the startups that got through

Interview Master

Interview Master is a hiring application which uses automated video interview solution which allows you to create, administer, evaluate interviews online using pool of pre-recorded video questions and structured evaluation tool. The startup claims that you can cut down on recruitment time by at least 90 % as compared to traditional methods. Interview Master is cofounded by a group of people from IIT Bombay, NMIMS with experience in MNCs like National Instruments, KPMG and Larsen & Toubro.

KLIP

KLIP is a social shopping curation platform that helps users make better buying decisions and personalize their shopping experience. It provides a community where users can discover new products and do relevant products research through their social connections.

Smart Sample

This startup is an evolving community of new product enthusiasts. The platform enables the user to not only voice their feedback and experience directly to large corporate at the launch and pre launch stage of the product.  Marketers can generate generate trial, awareness and advocacy through the their community of more than 50,000 people.

The Venturator

 

The Venturator is an online marketplace that connects start-ups with eco-system enablers. It aspires to be a portal to connect early startups with resources.

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