Start-Up Premier League organised to welcome employees back to office
CHENNAI – A gully cricket Start-Up Premier League was organised between eight start-ups in the city to welcome their employees back to work and to ease the transition from Work from home” to “Back to office. The series was won by M2P Fintech and runner-up was Superops.AI. Both the teams showed some real class in their cricketing skills
The match organised by QED Corporate Advisors, a boutique advisory firm based out of Chennai, and was powered by Fego.AI, HSBC and Tether. The event was held at Double Dribble located on the rooftop of Ampa Skywalk mall and the following companies participated in the event – Rocketlane, M2P Fintech, Superops.AI, Pipecandy, Everstage, Growfin, Guardian Link and Ippopay
A total of six players, lead by the respective founder, represented their start-up. The winner walked home with 25$ NFT from World’s First NFT Cricket Game to be launched by Guardian Link and the runners up got 1$ AWS credit. The Winner trophy and prize cheque was given by Mr.Suresh Sambandam, Founder of Kissflow and Mr. Kumar Srivatsan, Founder of Fego.AI.
Aravind.S, Founder of QED Corporate Advisors, said, “Every start-up founder is handling this transition of “Work from home” to “Back to office”. We wanted to be a part of this whole transition process and as it is the IPL season, we came up with the idea of hosting a Startup Premier League. All the start-ups exhibited their cricketing skills and made the Start-Up Premier League a huge success. We look forward to host more fun events in the near future.”
Prabhu.R, Co-Founder of M2P Fintech and Winner of the Startup Premier League, said, “Events like these bring the startup community together and this gave a great opportunity to interact with some of the leading startups in Chennai. The cherry on top was our team winning the league. All the teams gave their best and it was really nice to see the camaraderie. I would also like to appreciate QED’s efforts in bringing together the Startups through this initiative. The key goal of us joining this was to have fun and we had loads of that! Looking forward to more such events.”