On June 28, the Telangana government launched the second phase of T-Hub,a 582,689-square-foot complex through which the government hopes to ‘influence’ 20,000 entrepreneurs over the next five years.
This also marks the official launch of T-Hub as the “world’s largest innovation campus,” .After it began as a business incubator housed in a facility at IIIT Hyderabad. The effective carpet area of the 10-story structure is 350,000 square feet. The 1,000 starter seats will be located on the first six floors.Stay tuned to our web page hostspotnews.com for additional latest updates!!!
The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and AIC T-Hub Foundation, an organisation founded at T-Hub in collaboration with the Atal Innovation Mission (AIM), NITI Aayog, given 18,000 square feet on the sixth level. The seventh floor houses the Department of Science and Technology’s (DST) Centre of Excellence for artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). The eighth and ninth floors, as well as social impact businesses and young entrepreneurs, suggested for the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) project (Y-Hub).
The structure built as a plank on four pillars and includes fixed, flexible, and private office spaces, conference rooms, floor pantries, a restaurant, and other amenities. It has two event rooms with AV equipment, an atrium with 400 sitting capacity, and corporate spaces.
According to Mahankali Srinivas Rao
CEO of T-Hub, stakeholders in the new campus will focus on sectors such as EV/Mobility, Healthtech, Enterprise tech, Gaming, and Artificial Intelligence. “We intend to help over 2,000 businesses and provide the necessary boost to these entrepreneurs by providing access to the 6Ms and 2Ps through worldwide collaborations,” authorities stated. Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao dedicated the structure. Dignitaries such as Cyient’s BVR Mohan Reddy and others were also present during the ceremony.
T-Hub also announced new foreign collaborations with Bangladesh and Uzbekistan, as well as a focus on internationalisation and capacity building.