THUB Hyderabad Pitching to be the largest Startup Incubator in India

T-HUB which is pitching big to be the Startup capital of India is all set to start it's operations from Hyderabad, State of Telangana, India on  Nov 5, 2015

Ratan Tata will inaugurate the country’s largest technology incubator center ‘T-Hub’ promoting startups and innovators in Hyderabad on November 5, 2015. Telangana Governor E.S.L. Narasimhan, Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao and Minister for IT KT Rama Rao will also grace the event.

T-Hub is K T Rama Rao's vision to anchor the startup ecosystem existing in Hyderabad and promoting a narrative " Walk in with an IDEA & Walk out with a product"

THUB is an “Incubator of Incubators”, and  that there are two aspects to it. Initially, we are getting technology start-ups to “co-habit”, followed by accelerator programmes that will be launched in tandem with multiple partners -said T-Hub CEO Jay Krishnan

T-Hub is not just about a building offering space for 800 people to work on innovative technology-driven products and solutions, but an integral part of a larger ecosystem the State government is keen on creating - said Telangana’s IT Secretary Jayesh Ranjan

  • 300 Startups to start 
  • 70,000 square feet facility 
  • Workspace for up to 800 people
  • World Class facility with mentorship from ISB
  • Technology Support from IIT Hyderabad & IIIT Hyd
  • Legal mentorship from NALSAR university
  • Run as Public-Private partnership model
What is T-Hub? 
 A Public Private Partnership (PPP) startup ecosystem initiative between the Government of Telangana, IIIT-H, Indian School of Business, NALSAR and some other organisations

Why T-HUB? 
There needs to be an organically-evolved mechanism to promote start-ups. Besides, competition with Bengaluru and the need to build on Hyderabad’s image as an IT destination have given Telangana the push.

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