Five more start-ups becomes part of Maruti Suzuki’s MAIL initiative

  • Gayatri
  • Tuesday | 29th September, 2020

Maruti Suzuki India’s MAIL initiative supports startups by co-creating innovative business solutions. It was launched with an aim to nurture innovation in the automobile and mobility sector in partnership with GHV Accelerator in January 2019.

The India’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India Ltd (MSIL) has taken fiver more start-ups under its basket of a start-up supporting initiative MAIL (Mobility & Automobile Innovation Lab).

The five new startups chosen in Cohort 3 are Clean Slate, Peer Robotics, Vicara, Hyper Reality, and URJA. With the addition of these five startups, Maruti Suzuki is now engaged with 14 startups under the MAIL programme in the last 18 months, the company said in a statement.

Maruti Suzuki India’s MAIL initiative supports startups by co-creating innovative business solutions. It was launched with an aim to nurture innovation in the automobile and mobility sector in partnership with GHV Accelerator in January 2019.

The five startups of cohort 3 underwent an extensive shortlisting process that included screening and pitch sessions. Clean Slate Technologies, a startup from Bengaluru, stood as the winner of the programme, followed by Peer Robotics from Gurgaon as 1st runner up and Vicara from Bengaluru as the 2nd runner up.

These startups will now engage with Maruti Suzuki for paid projects and also will be entitled for other benefits associated with the programme, the company added.


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