Startup engine T-Hub has completed one year this month. To commemorate the same, it announced a slew of strategic initiatives to boost Hyderabad ecosystem.
The anniversary celebration was inaugurated by Telangana IT Minister KT. Rama Rao amid senior industry leaders and government officials. Among those present were the T-Hub Board of Directors; Jayesh Ranjan, IT Secretary, Telangana State; B.V.R. Mohan Reddy, Executive Chairman, Cyient; and Srini Raju, Managing Director and Founder of Peepul Capital.
Commenting on the occasion, KT. Rama Rao, Minister for IT, NRI Affairs, Municipal Administration & Urban Development, Industries & Mining, Govt. of Telangana, India, said, “When we started T-Hub a year back there were many questions about how we will create a mark in the startup world. But looking at what we have achieved, makes me proud. Today the world wants to talk to Hyderabad, and know how we can bring in more investments. Through T-Bridge we will access and bring the best to you to grow and make the city one of the top startup cities in the world.”
T-Hub is a unique public/private partnership between the government of Telangana, IIIT-H, ISB, NALSAR, and key private sector leaders. Currently T-Hub stands as the largest startup ecosystems in India,with over 70,000 sq. ft. of space.
Through its networking sessions T-Hub has reached out to over 700 entrepreneurs, and claims to have benefitted over 200+ startups with over 90 workshops conducted in last one year.
Speaking on the occasion, Jay Krishnan, CEO, T-Hub said, “Innovation is the core of what we do. Through the year we have strived each day to build a strong structure that fuels a culture of innovation through capacity building and mentorship. This has enabled us to catalyse deal flow and take Hyderabad on the world map in the startup ecosystem. Some of the products and services we launched through the year, T-Bridge, Sandbox, Playbooks have truly set us apart. We have brought structure to the madness which investors and corporates are recognising.