05 July 2023 | News
To facilitate seed-stage investment funding of $200-600K and capacity building for startups
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Bengaluru-based Centre for Cellular and Molecular Platforms (C-CAMP) has partnered with venture capital firm, Capital 2B to foster early-stage deep-science innovations from India.
This partnership will facilitate seed-stage investment funding of $200-600K and capacity building for startups having innovative solutions across biotechnology, more specifically food tech, agriculture and sustainability.
Through this partnership, startups selected by C-CAMP and Capital 2B will receive investment opportunities along with mentorship, networking opportunities, capacity building for enablement of acceleration towards market deployment.
In the last decade, C-CAMP has funded, mentored, incubated & accelerated 360+ startups. Many of these innovations are already in the market benefiting the society and contributing to India’s bio-economy.
Through this partnership with Capital 2B, C-CAMP will soon open applications for further funding for startups across India. Selected startups will benefit opportunities from the combined ecosystem of Capital 2B and C-CAMP’s to deploy their technologies.