Ever since its launch, Hyderabad-based startup incubator T-Hub has received a lot of attention. Be it for being the first-of-its kind incubator in Hyderabad, or for the programs and support it offer startups and even its well-designed campus that has been lauded by many corporates.
This has also resulted in much curiosity about what the T-Hub building entails, how it functions and what actually goes on in there. In order to give everyone a glimpse of what T-Hub is all about, T-Hub is opening up its campus to public every Tuesday. T-Hub will now give public a tour of its campus between 2 30pm t 3 30pm on Tuesdays where people can visit to learn about the programs and initiatives of T-Hub, see how startups function and what happens there. T-Hub has also opened up an experience zone where the products of various startups will be showcased. People can go through this experience zone and interact with startups to understand their products and solutions.
While there is no age limit or cost for the visit, those wanting to attend the Tuesday tours will have to register in advance. T-Hub is yet to announce how many visitors will be allowed per visit.
T-Hub is a startup incubator, which was launched in November 2015 with the idea of helping technology-related startups by giving them a working space and access to mentorship, networking opportunities, and workshops for a nominal fee.
From there, it has grown into a platform for growth stage startups to scale further and create sustainable businesses. T-Hub has various programs such as corporate innovation, T-Bridge, hackathons, virtual membership, India market access programs, among others.
As of November 2017, when it completed two years, T-Hub had been associated with 835 startups with 117 mentors on board, and enabled 32 community and 14 international partnerships. It had at the time conducted 13 startup-oriented programs and saw 57 of its startups raise $33.6 million in funding.