T-Hub, which leads the success of entrepreneurs and specific results through effective global collaboration, today organized its seventh foundation day to celebrate the spirit of entrepreneurship and innovation. Supporting a thriving startup ecosystem, the event saw inspiring discussions from industry leaders, government representatives and other leaders to inspire the next generation of innovators and dreamers. Since 2015, T-Hub has contributed significantly to the innovation and innovation ecosystem in India and has helped create jobs and provide funding opportunities for startups.
To celebrate, inspire and engage the startup community, the event focuses on T-Hub’s 6Ms – Mentors, Markets, Motivation, Human Resources, Finance and Process. The event brought together dignitaries, including Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary IAS, Information Technology (IT) Government of Telangana, Srinivas Kollipara, Group President Startup Ventures for Xelpmoc Design & Tech Ltd. & Co Founder, T-Hub, and Anu Acharya, Founder & CEO Mapmygenome.
KT Rama Rao, Minister of IT, Industries, MA & UD, Government of Telanganasaid, “Over the past seven years, T-Hub has grown into the best example of connecting startups with leaders in the Innovation ecosystem, such as government, academia, industry, and investors. T-Hub has played a disruptive and progressive role in helping the state of Telangana become a national technology hub for Indian entrepreneurs and innovators. T-Hub is a true catalyst for technology development. global through our country by expanding and strengthening the economic base and enabling our state to remain competitive globally.”
Jayesh Ranjan, IAS Principal Secretary, Information Technology (IT) Government of Telanganasaid, “To build a prosperous and just economy in India, our entrepreneurial community will need all the power to grow rapidly and create more jobs. Importantly, we also need the domestic projects, investors and other state governments explore and use India’s innovative technology, T-Hub allows them to collaborate and help them succeed. T-Hub in Telangana state has proven and it is an example of how and why India will remain firmly in the game of the world’s leading startups and host countries.”
MSR, CEO, T-Hubsaid, “During these seven remarkable years, T-Hub has been committed to creating an ecosystem that fosters entrepreneurship and innovation. Our innovative creative process has helped creators win challenge entrepreneurs to provide a network of experienced advisors, funding opportunities, marketing opportunities and networking opportunities with stakeholders in the environment. Furthermore, we will continue to support the entrepreneurial culture India’s growing economy to drive economic and business transformation and strengthen India’s position as a major global innovation hub.”
This program follows the theme of 6M, and everyone M provides important learning time. T-Hub organized a panel discussion on ‘connecting the dots: The T-Hub approach’ moderated by Srinivas Kollipara, Anu Acharya, and Sudheer Bandaru, founder & CEO of Insightly Research, as panellists.
The event also saw a heated discussion around ‘Pivoting – How to move forward?’ Managing the challenging times led by Jivraj Singh Sachar, Founder, Indian Silicon Valley Capital Venture Operations & AngelList India and Gaurav Mangla, CEO & Co-founder, Pickrr Technologies Pvt Ltd. Vikram Vuppala, Founder & President, Nephroplus delivered the T-Hub speech. shares his methods for success. The event hosted another interesting panel discussion titled ‘Journey from Seed to Series A’ moderated by Dr Srikanth Sundararajan, General Partner Ventureast Discussion and Sateesh Andra, Managing Director Endiya Partner Pawan Kumar Chandana Co-Founder Skyroot Aerospace and Sandeep Bommireddi, founder of Adonmo. as editors.
The event concluded with an awards night, bringing together innovators from across the country and T-Hub also released a handbook and mentor. The manual highlights the impact and involvement of consultants over the past year through the launch of T-Hub and capacity building programs.
Before the day of the founding event, T-Hub hosted a Mela of sorts to promote collaboration between education and startups. As a result, around 90+ registered startups and 350+ tools, and about 2000+ students from 50+ educational institutions attended. With this, T-Hub made it easy for students interested in entrepreneurship to connect with startups and look at job opportunities.
T-Hub has developed and delivered 100+ innovation programs in the past seven years, enabling the early 2000s to expand nationally and globally and connect them with people who have different environmental impacts. T-Hub’s innovation program has successfully secured 50+ grants, 150+ corporate partnerships with startups, 60+ corporate innovation programs and launched startups in 50+ countries. It has more than 600 international and national companies and 2000 consulting connections. T-Hub will continue to develop strategic programs to raise the level of innovation by engaging with stakeholders effective and will continue to support other environmental stakeholders – TSIC, T-Works, WE HUB, RICH, and TASK by sharing knowledge and resources, as and when needed. .