Watch Stunning Images Of India’s largest Incubator – “T-Hub”

Abhishek Mazumdar

October 31st, 2015

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Of late, many Indian start-ups have been making the news for multiple 100 million dollar funding rounds that have quickly made India the hotbed of entrepreneurship. This is great news for everyone interested in setting up his own business.

Recently, the government of Telangana, 3 of India’s premier academic institutes (IIIT-H, ISB & NALSAR) and key private sector leaders have joined hands in a unique public-private partnership and created T-Hub in Telangana, in an effort to boost the start-up ecosystem, encourage more people to create and invest in start-ups, and to facilitate the launch of new start-ups.

T-Hub, designed for technology-enabled start-ups, is going to be India’s largest incubator. We present some stunning images of the infrastructure that this place boasts of, and hope that this will help more ideas become real businesses.

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