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Tamil Nadu’s Atsuya secures spot in Google’s Startup Accelerator Program

Chennai-based Atsuya Technologies has been selected to participate in Class 7 of Google’s Startup Accelerator Program. It will participate in the three-month accelerator programme with 20 other Indian companies.

Tech companies using artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) are granted access to Google’s programs, resources, people, technology, and products under the programme. The only startup from Tamil Nadu to be included in Google’s list of 137 companies in India is Atsuya.

Rahul Ganapathy, co-founder, and chief executive officer (CEO) of Atsuya Technologies, said, “It is truly an honour to be a part of this prestigious program and have the opportunity to learn from and collaborate with such an esteemed community. We eagerly anticipate the acceleration of our growth journey through the invaluable support of Google.”

Atsuya Technologies is a deep tech company that uses the Internet of Things (IoT) and AI to help businesses operate effectively while focusing on sustainability.

The startup said, “The program commenced with a one-week face-to-face training camp in Bengaluru on June 12, providing valuable insights through comprehensive workshops and training sessions covering product and engineering, technology, growth strategies, and human resources.”

According to the report, the curriculum provided “significant” focus on AI/ML and generative AI, giving participants the knowledge and abilities to scale their businesses through workshops on product design, customer acquisition, and founder leadership, in addition to mentorship and technical project support.

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