Microsoft Invests $150K in A Engg. Student Founded Startup SCOPE, Selected for the Incubator Program
Given that the program has an acceptance rate between 1% and 3%, SCOPE has proved its mettle against millions of other startups emerging in the market
SCOPE will receive benefits like mentorship, access to startup-friendly offers from Microsoft and powerful development tools, including GitHub and Microsoft 365
Making substantial strides in the fast-evolving and growing entrepreneurial ecosystem, SCOPE, a pioneering and holistic new-age platform for budding entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, investors and industry experts, has added another feather to its cap. The brand has been selected for the Microsoft Startup Incubator Program, which includes an investment of USD 150K. Considering the program has an acceptance rate between 1% and 3%, SCOPE’s selection is a testament to its growth, progress, and potential.
|Appalla Saikiran, Founder & CEO of SCOPE|
Being backed by Microsoft for the tech giant’s Incubator Program comes with several high-end benefits, which will now be at SCOPE’s disposal. This includes access to productivity and development tools including GitHub and Microsoft 365, mentorship opportunities from business leaders and technical maestros and passage to pro-startup offers from Microsoft partners. The Startup Incubator Program is renowned for providing access to technology, go-to-market and community benefits to emerging startups to expand their operational base.
Appalla Saikiran, Founder and CEO of SCOPE, said, “This opportunity couldn’t have come at a better time for SCOPE. We are thrilled to be a part of the Microsoft Startup Incubator Program and plan to make the best of this window. At SCOPE, while we are gradually progressing and growing, there are a few critical areas where we need the guidance of experts to ensure long-term success. The program promises everything we require, including crucial funding, mentorship opportunities, productivity and development tools. We are optimistic that this milestone in SCOPE’s journey will accelerate its growth trajectory.”
A teen Telangana-based entrepreneur, Saikiran founded SCOPE at the age of just 17. He is currently a first-year BTech Data Science student at Manipal University, Jaipur. Even before crossing the threshold of his teen years, Saikiran is already leading a prosperous professional career. He completed his Junior CEO program certified by Brown University. He also received the monumental Global Kids Achievers Award for developing SCOPE’s avant-garde application. He was also one of the top-100 students across India selected by Google to visit their office.
Through SCOPE, Saikiran is committed to initiating a common platform where people can connect, collaborate and create together with like-minded people. The platform will help the younger generation to take charge of their lives, summon opportunities instead of waiting. It is the brainchild of a teenager striving to create a revamped networking platform that directly impacts numerous lives.
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