TLabs Overview

  • Investor Type
  • Accelerator/​Incubator

  • Status
  • Inactive

  • Investments
  • 57

  • Portfolio
  • 13

  • Exits
  • 41

Exits

TLabs General Information

Company Description

Founded in 2011, TLabs was an accelerator owned by Times Internet, the digital arm of the Times Group and was based in Noida, India. The firm offered 16-week long intensive program which aims at helping founders build their ideas and MVPs(Minimum Viable Product) into sustainable businesses.

Business Details

Website
tlabs.in
Year Founded
2011
Investor Status
Out of Business
Primary Investor Type
Accelerator/Incubator
Other Investor Types
Venture Capital
Corporate Office
  • FC-6, Times Center
  • Sector 16A (Film City)
  • Noida, 201301
  • India

TLabs Investments (57)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
Authenticook 10-Oct-2016 Accelerator/Incubator 0000 Information Services (B2C) Generating Revenue
Digichorus Technologies 25-Apr-2016 000000000000 000.00 IT Consulting and Outsourcing Startup 00000000 00000
Kahan Technologies 01-Apr-2016 0000 00000 Business/Productivity Software Generating Revenue 00000000 00000
Peersome 24-Mar-2016 000000000000 0000 Automotive Out of Business 00000000 00000
Prokure 17-Nov-2015 000000000000 Distributors/Wholesale Generating Revenue 00000000 00000
SuperDoc 01-Nov-2015 000000000000 0000 Other Healthcare Services Out of Business 00000000 00000
GetMyUni 28-Sep-2015 000000000000 Information Services (B2C) Generating Revenue 00000000 00000
ClickPost 01-Sep-2015 000000000000 000.00 Business/Productivity Software Generating Revenue 00000000 00000
Creshya Technologies 01-Sep-2015 Accelerator/Incubator Business/Productivity Software Generating Revenue
Medaino 01-Sep-2015 Accelerator/Incubator 000.00 Electronics (B2C) Out of Business 00000000 00000
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TLabs Exits (41)

Company Name Exit Date Exit Type Exit Size
Vidgyor 08-Jul-2023 Merger/Acquisition
MeetUniversity.com 01-May-2023 000000000 00000000
Cirtru 01-Mar-2023 000000000 00000000
GetMyUni 16-Feb-2022 000000000000000000 00.000
Vidooly Media Tech 05-Jan-2022 000000000000000000
Happay 01-Dec-2021 000000000000000000
Spayee Labs 11-Oct-2021 000000000000000000 0000
Take Zero 16-Sep-2021 000 00 00000000
Gradeup 07-Sep-2021 Merger/Acquisition 0000
Spoyl 09-Jul-2021 Out of Business
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TLabs FAQs

  • What is TLabs?

    Founded in 2011, TLabs was an accelerator owned by Times Internet, the digital arm of the Times Group and was based in Noida, India.

  • When was TLabs founded?

    TLabs was founded in 2011.

  • Where is TLabs headquartered?

    TLabs is headquartered in Noida, India.

  • How many investments has TLabs made?

    TLabs has made 57 investments.

  • What has TLabs invested in?

    TLabs has made numerous investments in companies like Authenticook, Digichorus Technologies, and Kahan Technologies within the Information Services (B2C), IT Consulting and Outsourcing, and Business/Productivity Software industries.

  • What has TLabs invested in recently?

    TLabs's latest investment was on 10-Oct-2016 in Authenticook, a company within the Information Services (B2C) industry.

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