While T-Bridge will facilitate global market access for Indian startups, T-Scale will prepare startups for Series-A readiness.
As part of T-Scale, which it has rolled out in collaboration with Factoryal, T-Hub has introduced a pioneering growth maturity model which will guide 25 qualifying startups through a 12-month journey and prepare them for Series-A funding.
T-Hub also announced pathbreaking partnerships with CARE, Carrier Global, SIDBI, FalconX, KPMG, and Association of Geospatial Industries (AGI) spanning social business acceleration, design thinking infusion, cross-border startup support, investment ecosystem fueling, and innovation in geospatial and space-tech sectors.
Speaking on the occasion, Telangana IT & industries principal secretary Jayesh Ranjan said that as Telangana’s startup ecosystem continues to evolve, T-Hub stands as a pivotal force, contributing significantly to the narrative of innovation and growth. He said T-Hub had played a central role in shaping a robust and globally competitive startup ecosystem not just in Telangana but the country as well.
While T-Hub founding director and Cyient founder BVR Mohan Reddy said the success of T-Hub serves as a testament to the collaborative spirit of the Telangana government, academia and private sector that defines the Telangana startup ecosystem, T-Hub CEO Mahankali Srinivas Rao said T-Hub has been a catalyst for groundbreaking ideas, forging global partnerships and cultivating a flourishing ecosystem.
In its journey of over eight years, T-Hub has helped startups raise a total investment of $3.5 billion, fueled innovation with over 600 corporate partnerships, facilitated 500 mentor connections and engaged over 3000 startups.