Brigade REAP, the first accelerator in Asia to focus on Real Estate, has now successfully on-boarded Cohort-4. With over 80 start-ups having applied to the program, 11 Start-ups were shortlisted out of which 5 were inducted into the program after a rigorous selection process.

The Start-ups inducted into the program, will under-go thorough mentorship and training for a period of 4-5 months after which they will be handed over to the industry for consumption of their products or services.

Speaking on this occasion, Ms. Nirupa Shankar, Director, Brigade REAP said, “we are excited with the innovation and technology that emerging startups are bringing to the table. At REAP, we focus on mentoring these start-ups to make them industry ready so that it is easy for the industry to adopt their technology, be it a product or service. Our goal is to improve the efficiency of the real estate industry through technology.”

The startups inducted into the Program are:

  • Aerologiks - an automated, intelligent & stable drone services and data solutions company, operating to provide valuable insights about ongoing construction projects.

  • Clairco- a B2B SaaS company that does air quality monitoring and management for indoor spaces on a real-time basis.

  • R2 Promise- a technology company working towards changing the waste disposal process from Waste Management to Resource management.

  • Renewate- a tech tool which is first of its kind in India that focuses on renovations, refurbishment and remodeling of all residential renovation needs.

  • Smarter Dharma – a company that focuses on sustainable building design that provides holistic and technical solutions to help builders adopt holistic sustainability.


Launched in August 2016, Brigade REAP is focused on technology startups whose end product / service is applicable to Real Estate be it Residential Commercial or Hospitality projects. The sectors range from IoT, Nano Technology, Cleantech and Renewable energy, Logistics and Visual Computing. The program is headed by John Kuruvilla, Chief Mentor for the program and Apul Nahata, Mentor-in-Residence.

Related Reading - How A 30-year Old Real Estate Firm Started India’s 1st Accelerator for Tech Startups In Real Estate Sector

Last July, Bengaluru-based QwikSpec, an end-to-end real-estate site operations platform startup, had raised Rs. 3.5 crores in funding from a consortium of investors led by Brigade Innovations LLP and industry veteran Mohandas Pai.

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