While a few sectors like logistics, on-demand platforms did see a negative impact, startup founders and experts believe the agility of entrepreneurs helped them sail through the pandemic with ease
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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.
Out of the eight startups selected from seven cities, two are Hyderabad-based startups – Empiezo IT Solutions and Edubuk.
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An entrepreneurship awareness programme was organised by Integrated Tribal Development Agency (ITDA) in association with Women Entrepreneurship Hub (WE- Hub) at Bhadrachalam
The CEO of WE-Hub spoke in length about the kind of work the incubator has been doing for women entrepreneurs from not just Telangana but pan-India
About 13 Hyderabad-based tech startups, out of 26 incubated startups, were part of an interaction session arranged at WE-Hub with Ranjan
The incubator has helped not just Telangana-based women entrepreneurs but even women entrepreneurs from across the country to have a say at the policymaking table
The vision behind creating this fund was to financially enable women across the spectrum, in view of the repercussions of the pandemic
The first cohort of 30 startups from Telangana graduated in August by formally registering their enterprises and raising finances through credit linkages and equity investments.