Havi, a consumer electronics and robotics company based in Bhavnagar, Gujarat, with its research center at the IIT Gandhinagar Research Park, has been selected for this year’s Stanford Seed program.
Prashant Mamtora, founder and CEO of Havi, shared his thoughts on his selection for the prestigious programs: “Our entire team and I are extremely pleased with this achievement. For us, it is the variation on our goal – “Inspire to learn, create and perform, for everyone, at all ages”. The program will help us connect with and learn from one of the most mature startup ecosystems in the world.”
Havi, which makes robotic toys, aims to design useful, durable and fun technology products for the masses that help learn and create robotics, IoT, electronics and other STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths) projects . Havi has also built a free code learning platform, Havi Code, which facilitates learning coding and many other skills.
As part of the Stanford Seed program, led by Stanford GSB, Havi’s founders and management team receive support in the form of one-on-one mentorship, strengthening strategic skills, building partnerships and acquiring valuable local and global connections. This five-month program will help the selected start-ups become potentially scalable businesses and have a positive impact on their communities.
The IIT Gandhinagar Research Park enables industries to set up their offices in the IIT Gandhinagar Research Park to conduct their R&D activities and be part of a vibrant community of R&D professionals, educators and students. They will also gain access to state-of-the-art R&D infrastructure at IIT Gandhinagar, including labs, high-end equipment and other resources.
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