Telangana’s T-Hub joins hands with Nasscom, others for ‘ScaleUP’

The programme will help companies showcase and promote their product, skill-up in areas required to scale further and access business opportunities and strategic advice.

By Author  |  Business Bureau  |  Published: 14th Nov 2017  4:57 pmUpdated: 14th Nov 2017  4:58 pm
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Hyderabad: T-Hub in association with Nasscom, Bloomberg|Quint and government of Karnataka is set to launch ScaleUP, an initiative designed to help emerging companies and startups scale for growth. It is targeted at companies in sectors like BFSI, healthcare, consumer retail and education and that are tech-driven.

As part of a six-month schedule, the programme will help companies showcase and promote their product, skill-up in areas required to scale further and access business opportunities and strategic advice. It will range from multi-format digital content to on-ground engagement with key players in the ecosystem including potential clients and venture funds. An advisory board will spearhead the vision for the programme which shall include content showcases, mentoring sessions, buyer-seller meets, sectoral summits, funding pitches leading up to a grand finale for all participants.

Speaking on this, Anil Uniyal, CEO, Bloomberg|Quint, said, “As a programme, ScaleUP has been designed to offer real, meaningful business value to companies. Whether it is highlighting their achievements or creating opportunities for business. And all of this will be spearheaded by an experienced set of partners and guides.”

Dr Somdutta Singh, serial entrepreneur, investor and vice-chairperson, Nasscom Product Council, who joins the board as the chief strategic advisor for BQ ScaleUP added, “Business growth is possible only through business connects and cross platform visibility. One should be able to quickly grab a new/existing opportunity and grow their business. This will be possible through Bloomberg|Quint ScaleUp.”

Srinivas Kollipara, COO, T-Hub, said, “Ideas are easy, implementation is hard, and scale is even harder. Business connects are critical, and can be the difference between success and failure, but they’re hard to get. An initiative like BloombergQuint ScaleUp will deliver these.”