Through its many program interventions, T-Hub 2.0, a business incubator backed by the Government of Telangana, hopes to have an impact on at least 20,000 startups over the following five years. International partners for the T-Hub 2.0 will include countries including Japan, Korea, and the UAE.
T-Hub 2.0 and Startups
Both early-revenue and early-scale startups will be included in the extensive incubation and acceleration efforts of T-Hub 2.0. T-Hub 2.0 will enter a new phase with a stronger emphasis on internationalization and capacity building thanks to new international relationships with Bangladesh and Uzbekistan. The T-Hub 2.0 building has 10 stories and a total built-up area of 5,82,689 square feet on 3.14 acres. It is built in a T form.
T-Hub 2.0 would have six stories (G+5 floors), 1,000 startup seats, and an effective carpet area of 3.5 lakh square feet. The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and the AIC T-Hub Foundation, a group established at T-Hub 2.0 in collaboration with the Atal Innovation Mission (AIM), NITI Aayog, are given 18,000 square feet on the sixth level.
The Department of Science and Technology’s (DST) Center of Excellence is tasked with promoting AI and ML on the seventh level. The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) project is proposed for the eighth and ninth floors, along with social impact enterprises and young entrepreneurs (Y-Hub).
T-Hub 2.0 is based on a hybrid work model approach and new industry standards. The four-minaret Charminar, the city of Hyderabad’s emblematic monument, served as an inspiration for the design. The building is the largest basic cantilever structure in the entire nation since it rests entirely on four pillars like a plank.
About the Features
The innovation campus is furnished with top-notch meeting rooms, floor pantries, private offices, and cafeterias. It features a grand atrium with 400 seats, two event rooms equipped with the most advanced AV systems, and specific spaces for the corporate centers of excellence.
The campus for innovation is furnished with work areas, conference rooms, floor pantries, and a cafeteria. Two event spaces, a magnificent atrium with seating for 400 people, and specialized sections for the corporate Center of Excellence are also included.
The increased emphasis on internationalization and capacity building of T-Hub 2.0 will be demonstrated by the relationship with Bangladesh and Uzbekistan as well as international partners from Japan, Korea, and the UAE.
Early revenue and early-scale startups will also be featured in T-Hub 2.0. It is the largest basic cantilever construction in the nation and is built in the style of the Charminar with four pillars acting as planks. Private workspaces, meeting rooms, and atriums to support startups with their daily operations