T-Hub had earlier entered into a partnership with Global Wales, a programme supported by the Welsh government and Universities Wales.
A three-month joint mentorship programme for startups in Telangana focussed on diverse sectors, including health tech, fintech, enterprise SaaS, EV, sustainability and sports tech, has been launched by T-Hub in association with Global Wales.
This follows a partnership between the tech startup incubator with Global Wales, which is a programme supported by the Welsh government and Universities Wales. Their strategic alliance aims to strengthen connections between Wales and India by harnessing the innovation ecosystems of both regions to nurture and support startups, T-Hub said in a release recently.
Fourteen startups from T-Hub have been selected to participate in the mentorship programme to showcase a spectrum of innovative ideas at various stages of development. The participating startups will receive comprehensive mentorship, covering vital aspects such as product development, problem-solving, competitive research, business modelling and technical solutions.
Global Wales will facilitate employability opportunities between Indian and Welsh organisations, leveraging T-Hub’s vast network and knowledge for future industry engagement and potential graduate employment. “The three-month engagement aims to foster a culture of collaboration and innovation, laying the foundation for long-term partnerships between T-Hub and Global Wales,” T-Hub CEO M. Srinivas Rao said.
Head of Global Wales Programme Gwen Williams said the partnership with T-Hub, launched in October 2022, has supported developments in electric vehicles, health technology and digital for Wales and Telangana.