“The startups are ready to revolutionize the world of consumer technology. The company’s MAIL initiative supports them by jointly developing innovative business solutions, ”MD and CEO of MSI Kenichi Ayukawa said in a statement.
The three new startups will now get in touch with the company for paid projects, he added.
MSI started the MAIL initiative in partnership with GHV Accelerator in January 2019.
The company said that this initiative is more than just a startup accelerator, as it aims to create a suitable environment to nurture, nurture and guide startups in their early stages.
With the latest addition of three startups, Maruti Suzuki has been working with 17 startups as part of the MAIL program over the past two years.