TLabs Announces It’s Batch 6 Startups; Portfolio Increases To 36.

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TLabs, the startups accelerator run by Times Internet Group has announced the 5 startups for its’ 6th batch. The startups are from diverse areas like marketing & analytics, Big Data, mobile etc. With these 5 startups the portfolio count for TLabs increased to 36.

From this batch TLabs has raised the valuation of each startup to Rs 1.5 crore, and will invest 12 lakh in each startup.  Previously, it invested Rs 10 lakh each in its portfolio companies.

Here are the 5 startups that made to the TLabs Batch 6:

TLabs-Vidooly


Vidooly is a YouTube video marketing & analytics suite for content creators, brands & MCNs. It helps to grow & optimize YouTube video views & channel organically with its set of advanced intelligent features

TLabs-Wibe


Wibe integrates YouTube videos on Google, Flipkart, Amazon and Wikipedia thus increasing the Interest Quotient of its Content. In simple words using Wibe, users can watch videos relevant to the content they are reading on any website.

TLabs-Neuron


Neuron is a Big Data tool with inbuilt Deep learning to help you discover customers from social networks for your online businesses. It picks up users who are interested in any brand’s products, and then figures out its potential customers.

Tlabs-Flynx


Flynx is a floating browser for android that loads web pages in background while you do something more productive. It doesn’t obstruct current workflow and helps multitask.

tLabs-Mobapper


Mobapper helps the web masters to optimize their websites for mobile experience by creating native mobile apps. It also creates native apps for iOS, Android, Windows and Blackberry platforms on the fly.

Engineering student by education and Entrepreneur by choice. Asish is a TCS Best Student Awardee, NDTV featured student entrepreneur and International School of Entrepreneurship Education awardee. He also worked with many startups and big companies for their business development and strategical growth. Asish has been heading The Startup Journal since its inception in 2014.