T-Hub launches new programmes for corporates


Hyderabad: T-Hub announced the launch of two new avenues designed to meet the specific requirements of corporates and enable them to effectively enhance innovation quotient for their companies and collaborate with startups.

The two programmes, Corporate Membership and T-Lex will equip the corporates with a wider pool of Indian and global technology solutions for various industries.

Leading global corporates like AWS, Boeing, Facebook, Google, HSBC, Microsoft, Novartis, Qualcomm, Raytheon Technologies, Samsung, TATA, among others have already partnered with T-Hub. Corporates can gain unparalleled exposure to India’s biggest and fastest-growing innovation campus, which is connected to 2,000+ international and national startups, 500+ mentors, 500+ corporates and 20+ top universities.

Ravi Narayan, CEO of T-Hub and Chief Innovation Officer, Telangana, said, “Over the 5 years, T-Hub has enabled numerous corporates to initiate or redesign their innovation journey. This has helped them to either to stay ahead of the competition or impactfully survive in the market both pre and post-pandemic.”

The membership allows corporates access to events at T-Hub, T-Connect programme that allows startups connect with global and local innovators, T-Source programme which is focused on helping the corporates source startups that can solve challenges in a specific domain, arcade programme – a market-access programme designed for a specific segment or industry, branding and employee engagement.

T-Lex programme is a customized learning initiative by T-Hub which equips corporate employees with tools and frameworks used by the world’s most successful entrepreneurs and corporations to innovate and grow. It has aided over ten corporates to improve, innovate and grow its employees across levels, starting from entry, mid-level to leadership roles.

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