The jury at the Yes Bank – Wharton India startup challenge included Maximl Labs among the ‘10 high caliber start-ups’ to participate in its Start-up exhibit. Along with 10 other finalists that exhibited (20 start-ups altogether), Maximl was granted access to the WeWork India co-working space, select fundraising services and lots of additional benefits.
The Wharton India Startup challenge is hosted by the Wharton India Economic Forum which ‘is an annual conference hosted by the students of Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. It is a global business forum focused on understanding and engaging with India’s startup landscape. One of the objectives of the contest is to provide support to aspiring entrepreneurs by offering them a global platform to showcase their grand ideas and raise funding from leading investors.’
Maximl enhances productivity and safety of large industrial projects such as Turnarounds and Shutdowns. Using a machine-learning enabled tool, it assists management teams through all phases of project management – from planning all through to execution and eventual closeout.