US-based accelerator Y Combinator is thinking about making its mid year 2020 program for new businesses an online-just issue, because of the movement limitations that are probably going to proceed in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The mid year 2020 program is scheduled to be held from June to August 2020, and Y Combinator is welcoming new companies to present their applications. Enroll now.
In its declaration, Y Combinator explained that the new companies can apply later also, however the odds of getting shortlisted will be a lot of lower. The shortlisted organizations will be welcome to meet Y Combinator, however the program is yet to settle on the subtleties of these gatherings.
Y Combinator has funded near 2K new businesses since it started its program in 2005 and the consolidated valuation of its portfolio is $100 Bn. Its portfolio incorporates Airbnb, Meesho, Razorpay, Cleartax, Coinbase, Dropbox and that's only the tip of the iceberg. New companies should make a parent organization in the United States or the Cayman Islands so as to take an interest in the Y Combinator quickening agent program. YC will not only fund seed-stage ventures but also mentor them to scale their businesses.
Presently, Y Combinator is in arrangement to sort out the demo day for its winter group of 2020, which is said to have 28 Indian new companies. The demo day for the winter group is booked to be held one week from now on March 16 both carefully due to coronavirus flare-up. In an email, the prestigious quickening agent reported, "While we won't have the option to reproduce each part of Demo Day, we'll attempt our best to make an astounding encounter for our authors and speculators."