The Upekkha Value SaaS Accelerator & Early-stage Fund helps founders build capital-efficient or Value SaaS business, giving them control over their growth route Vs diluting equity early on and losing options over time
If you go the traditional VC route, your chances of becoming a household name are definitely there. However, there’s the risk that a ‘mid-level’ success is much less likely. Some VCs will pressure you to take a 1/100 chance of reaching a $10 billion exit over a 1/2 chance of reaching a $100 million exit. Are those the same trade-offs you would make?
Upekkha helps startups build razor sharp focus. This focus helped us realign our strategic goals with a well thought-out plan that helped with our growth goals.
Co-founder & CEO, Signeasy
Upekkha is an eye-opener. There's no way for an entrepreneur to learn these things without committing mistakes over a large period of time. You definitely become a better entrepreneur, and this is, in true sense, an Accelerator.
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Whatfix acquires NittioLearn
Upekkha had a big role to play in the exit. They not only connected us with Whatfix CEO Khadim but also closely guided us through the deal - from how to pitch and frame the ask, to driving strategy and project management.
The selection process involves two rounds of interviews – one with the Upekkha community startup founders and one with Upekkha Partners.
How long does the program last?
The accelerator program runs for 6 months. You become a member of the tribe for eternity.
What's the program like?
You will take part in an intense experience full of sprints, reviews and consultative sessions. The program includes carefully crafted concoction of SaaS frameworks, actionable insights and peer learning modules.
What is the program fee?
The program fee is 4% equity for our flagship accelerator program. This includes lifetime community membership.
An additional fee of 5% equity for the $100K seed fund from Upekkha, which can be bought back.