“T- Hub clearly embodies what we believe India’s start-up ecosystem should stand for. What T-Hub has done for India, is impressive and we hope we can take this example to many states across the country. I will surely use this as an example of progress and innovation wherever I travel in the world. The innovative start-ups I met and the work they are collaboratively creating makes me congratulate T-Hub and the government of Telegnana on this great achievement. Hyderabad is emerging as a innovation hub city” he said after interacting with many techies and IT professionals.
Telangana minister for IT KT Rama Rao who accompanied the minister said , “We are happy with the progress we have made through T-Hub. Today we can confidently say Hyderabad is fast progressing as a city that could be seen as a gateway for innovation to and from India. With the successful launch of T-Bridge we are confident of the increased investment flow into the state.”
Srinivas Kollipara, COO of IT Hub said, “Our aim is to ensure we have enough start up activity happening in different parts of the city with innovation and scale at the core of what we do. We are proud of the unique model we have set up in Hyderabad which is not only structured but also provides ready access to anyone looking at startup activity in India.”.
Ravi Shakar Prasad’s rode on a battery-operated bicycle and felt extremely excited to share with his followers on twitter. The Minister also witnessed several innovations by start-ups such as PayMatrix – payment of monthly rent and rent advance on credit card, Ambercare – on demand ambulance aggregation platform to connect hospitals owners and users, Any time Loan – provider of reliable, transparent and real time credit to millions of Indians for their personal, children education, business or any other needs, by leveraging technology, Gayam Motor works – Vehicle management system, Hug Innovations – World first gesture control smart watch, Olivo – fully integrated, patient centric or personalized care management for chronic patients.