T-Hub, a leading innovation and startup catalyst in India, has inaugurated the world’s largest innovation campus in Hyderabad with an aim to support over 2,000 startups.
The innovation campus is T-shaped, with a total built-up area of 582,689 square feet, making it the world’s largest. The second largest innovation campus is Station F based in France.
T-Hub has evolved from a startup incubator to an innovation hub in India and beyond in the past six years. It has emerged as a strong organization that is focused on outcome-driven initiatives, and it is well-positioned to back the global aspirations and ambitions of our entrepreneurs, said Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao.
The innovation campus will act as a robust platform to elevate the stature of India’s innovation ecosystem globally.
The innovation campus will bring together all the startup ecosystem stakeholders to create sustainable businesses with a special focus on verticals like EV/mobility, healthtech, enterprise tech, gaming and artificial intelligence, said Mahankali Srinivas Rao, CEO, T-Hub.
T-Hub aims to assist at least 20,000 startups through its various program interventions in the next five years.
T-Hub has so far supported more than 1,800 startups and over 600 corporates like Facebook, Boeing, Otis, and Uber among others.