Tata Sons Chairman Ratan Tata reacts as he speaks during a press conference prior to the launch event of the Tata Nano in Mumbai, India, Monday, March 23, 2009. Tata Motors is launching its snub-nosed, US$2,000 Nano Monday in Mumbai, a vehicle meant to put car ownership within reach of millions of the world's poor. The Nano, starting at about 100,000 rupees (US$1,980), is 10.2 feet (3.1 meters) long, has one windshield wiper, a 623cc rear engine, and a diminutive trunk, according to the company's Web site. (AP Photo/Gautam Singh)
As Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao gets ready to initiate the new office of business hatchery T-Hub today, congrats have poured in from unmistakable financial specialists, industrialists, and heads of the country. Ratan Tata was among the people who stretched out his congrats to the public authority of Telangana on its new T-Hub office, situated in Hyderabad, saying it would give a lift to the Indian startup environment.
“Congrats to the Government of Telangana and Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao on its new T-center point office in Hyderabad, which will be an extraordinary lift to the Indian startup environment,” the Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons tweeted in light of photographs of the office shared by Telangana IT Minister K T Rama Rao.
K T Rama Rao on Sunday tweeted “Charmed to report that Hon’ble CM KCR Garu will introduce the new office of @THubHyd on 28th June giving an immense fillip to the Hyderabad Innovation biological system.”
Laid out in 2015, T-Hub (Technology Hub) is a development center point and biological system empowering agent based out of Hyderabad. “This (T-Hub 2.0) will be a microcosm of the development environment which will house in excess of 2,000 new businesses, corporates, financial backers, the scholarly community, and public and worldwide biological system empowering agents,” T-Hub CEO Srinivas Rao Mahankali said.
A few other conspicuous characters praised the foundation of the new T-Hub, including NASSCOM President Debjani Ghosh, entertainers Vijay Deverakonda, Samantha Ruth Prabhu, and Mahesh Babu, among others.
“Over the most recent six years, T-Hub has developed from being only a startup hatchery to a development center point. It has assisted with contributing colossally to the Indian development environment by systematizing advancement programs for new companies, and enterprises, and that’s just the beginning, and building a worldwide development center point,” said CEO Srinivas Rao Mahankali.
“T-Hub which contacted in excess of 1,800 new businesses through different projects and drives has advanced from prototyping projects to making standardized projects to help the development excursion of more than 600 global corporates like Facebook, Uber, HCL, Boeing, Microsoft, and Qualcomm.”
Here is the tweet by Mr.Ratan N. Tata:
Congratulations to the Government of Telangana and Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao on its new T-hub facility in Hyderabad, which will be a great boost to the Indian startup ecosystem. https://t.co/XppHITrRl7