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IndiQube enabling women entrepreneurs

Flexible office space provider sees growth opportunities in existing six cities it operates, including Hyderabad

T-Hub’s Lab32 programme launches fifth edition, selects 30 startups

The programme will run until June 2021 and it will continue with its hybrid model, launched last year owing to the pandemic.

Endiya, Applied Ventures launch programme for startups

The selected cohort of five startups will have access to dedicated mentorship sessions with Endiya and Applied Ventures.

T-Hub calls for application for 5th batch of Lab32 programme

The programme will continue with its hybrid model launched last year owing to the pandemic.

Business Women Expo 2021 to be held from March 6

Vice President of India Venkaiah Naidu along with Union Minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy and Telangana Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan will be gracing the event.

TSSN aims at building ecosystem of 5,000 startups in State

TSSN is an initiative with a notion to build a solid ecosystem for social startups as an all-inclusive and cohesive body to foster entrepreneurship.

Dassault Systemes to empower startups, students with new solutions

Called 3DExperience SolidWorks for Makers and 3DExperience SolidWorks for Students, the new offers will provide them with cloud-based access to the world's most powerful digital environment for design, engineering and collaborative innovation

RICH rolls out accelerator programme for diagnostic startups

Backed by the Government of Telangana, and the Office of Principal Scientific Adviser to the Government of India RICH aims to transform the scientific start-up ecosystem, by focusing on enabling inventions and innovations to reach the market.

WE-Hub, Western Digital select 8 startups for accelerator

Telangana IT and Industries department principal secretary Jayesh Ranjan said WE-Hub is enabling high potential women-led technology startups to be a part of this innovation revolution in Telangana.

WE-Hub, Western Digital select 8 startups for accelerator programme

Out of the eight startups selected from seven cities, two are Hyderabad-based startups – Empiezo IT Solutions and Edubuk.

Exports by STPI units in Q3 FY21 estimated at Rs 1.20 lakh crore: DG

This is 11.7 per cent higher than around Rs 1.07 lakh crore worth of exports clocked by STPI-registered units in the corresponding period previous fiscal.

‘Seed-stage funding for startups to be tough’

Early-stage investments saw a sharp uptick in the August-October period with 101 deals worth $323 million, compared to $180 million across 75 deals in May-July, according to data by Venture Intelligence.

T-Hub launches new programmes for corporates

Leading global corporates like AWS, Boeing, Facebook, Google, HSBC, Microsoft, Novartis, Qualcomm, among others have already partnered with T-Hub.

Caspian Debt partners with IIM-A incubator to launch Innocity Startup School

Initiative aims to support and nurture early-stage startups in multiple regions by developing the startup ecosystem through collaborations

T-Hub, La Trobe University partner

Startup incubator to provide India market access to Australian startups as part of the collaboration

T-Hub completes five years of building innovation ecosystem in Telangana

T-Hub has designed and delivered over 75 innovation programmes, enabled startups go-to-market, got customers, raised funds and empowered corporations to build a culture of innovation and create impact.

NMDC, IIT-Hyderabad programme for startups

This initiative titled, NICE Program is a joint programme between NMDC Ltd and i-TIC Foundation, a startup support system at IIT Hyderabad that aims to support deep-tech startups

TS eyes on $50 bn revenues from life sciences by 2030

State to attract not just manufacturing facilities, but also R&D wings of leading pharmaceutical and medical devices companies

Microsoft, Accenture to nurture startups by social entrepreneurs

Through the initiative, Microsoft Research India and Accenture Labs will help social enterprise startups test and validate proof-of-concepts, conduct design thinking sessions to help entrepreneurs re-envision the impact of their solutions.

Startups, SMEs most vulnerable to cyberattacks

Most common types of cyberattacks faced by startups and SME's are ransomware, cryptojacking, phishing, password targeting attacks and advanced persistent threat (APT) attacks

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