T-Hub, Hiroshima sign MoU to help startups

The association will bring together cultures and ideas from both the innovation ecosystems to transform customer experience and foster digital transformation.

By   |  Business Bureau  |  Published: 15th Sep 2020  4:01 pm

Hyderabad: Hyderabad-based startup ecosystem builder T-Hub on Tuesday signed an MoU with the Hiroshima Prefectural Government. Through this association, T-Hub will collaborate with the Hiroshima Government in the areas of creation of innovation, entrepreneurship, and open innovation, which will help nurture the startup ecosystem between Telangana and Hiroshima.

The association will bring together cultures and ideas from both the innovation ecosystems to transform customer experience and foster digital transformation. As the first step of this partnership, T-Hub will lead a virtual innovation programme called “Road To Shine (R2s)” in partnership with Infobridge India — an Indo-Japanese business development and consultancy firm.

The program will empower the next generation leaders to generate new technologies and solutions that address the future challenges of India. Through this programme, T-Hub and Hiroshima Prefectural Government will collaborate with students and engineers, including the startup ecosystems in Hyderabad.

T-Hub will call for applications from the student innovators and early growth-stage startups, with a background in computer science and related engineering fields. The main applicant can participate individually or as a team, where he/she can recruit up to two other members. All members must be based in Telangana and under the age of 30 to participate in this programme. The main applicant should be available for all online workshops and events.

The call for applicants will commence from September 8 and will remain active until October 17. The shortlisted participants will present their innovative ideas/solutions to the Hiroshima Prefectural Government.


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