In a statement, Jayesh Ranjan principal secretary, IT & Industries, Telangana, said, “A sizeable percentage of this generation is becoming entrepreneurs, and organizations like T-Hub are sowing the seeds early. They are proving to the ecosystem the real potential of starting a business and providing guidance to make it a success.”
“Innovation is not just an invention but it is the result of rigorous efforts to make it of market value, followed by numerous collaborations, continuous coaching, and networking in the ecosystem. We have seen a rise in the total number of startups which grew from 400 to 2000 in the span of the last few years in Telengana,” said Ravi Narayan, CEO of T-Hub and Chief Innovation Officer, Telangana in a statement.
T-Hub plans to continue to develop strategic programs to elevate the levels of innovation by effectively engaging stakeholders such as startups, corporates, investors, academia, and the government. It will also keep supporting other ecosystem enablers – TSIC, T-Works, WE HUB, RICH, TASK by sharing knowledge and resources, as and when needed.