Flipkart Leap Innovation Network: Paving the Path for Startup Success

The third cohort of Flipkart Leap Innovation Network, an Indian e-commerce platform owned by Walmart, has been unveiled as part of their business accelerator programme. According to the release, chosen entrepreneurs will have the chance to roll out their solutions throughout Flipkart’s consumer base and work closely with the product teams of the e-commerce company.

Naren Ravula, Vice President and Head of Product Strategy and Flipkart Labs, stated, “In the third edition, we are thrilled to welcome businesses to participate in the next cohort as we seek to achieve substantial improvements in the digital e-commerce market. Our passion is developing fresh business strategies and nurturing the next generation of tech talent to tackle India’s pressing problems”.

Startups from all across the world, not only those from India, are welcome to apply for the programme, which focuses on e-commerce technology fields such user and seller experiences, inventory and supply chain, payments, and credit.

The e-commerce giant added that chosen entrepreneurs would have the chance to deploy their products, work directly with Flipkart’s product teams, and conduct pilot projects with different business units within the Walmart-owned company.

The firms that were highlighted in the first two batches of the Flipkart accelerator received praise from Ravula as well.

“To provide startups an opportunity to realize their business ideas and to advance our innovation culture, we established the Flipkart Leap Innovation Network. Startups in the first two cohorts paid the programme remarkably close attention, demonstrating intense enthusiasm, creative ideas, and a strong entrepreneurial ambition”, he said.

Four firms were chosen for the initial batch, according to material on the Flipkart website. They were TryndBuy, Intellewings, Ashield, and ElixiaTech. These businesses’ products have been incorporated into the ecosystem of Flipkart.

Sangti, VTION Digital Analytics and Anagog, Speedsize, SignalX, and Botika were among the six firms chosen for trials with Flipkart in the second batch of the e-commerce company’s accelerator programme.