HYDERABAD: T-Hub has partnered up with Niti Aayog’s Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) to foster innovation and entrepreneurship in the healthcare space. As a part of this alliance, T-Hub has rolled out a three-month cohortbased programme called AIC T-Hub Foundation exclusively for deep tech startups creating new-age solutions in the field of life sciences and healthcare.
As part of the programme, 10 deeptech startups have been hand-picked after an extensive screening process based on their cutting-edge deeptech innovation for healthcare and life sciences, go-to market readiness, scalability, team composition, T-Hub said on Wednesday. The programme will focus on providing startups with world-class experts and resources to sharpen understanding of markets, refine business and product commercialisation plans, it added.
“Telangana has been at the forefront of promoting the usage and development of new-age technologies. With T-Hub’s partnership with Atal Innovation Mission (AIM), we are further advancing and supporting cutting edge technology in healthcare and life science,” said Telangana IT & industries principal secretary Jayesh Ranjan while virtually launching the programme along with AIM mission director Dr Chintan Vaishnav.
“A key goal of the programme is to provide access to elite resources and experts to startups which will help their founders refine their business plans, market insights, and commercialization strategies,” the principal secretary added.
Pointing out that the future of healthcare is largely dependent on technological innovation to ensure superior accuracy in diagnosis and treatment, T-Hub CEO Ravi Narayan said the programmed is tailor-made to benefit healthtech startups at an early stage and help them get a direction to commercialise their products by making them market-ready at the global level.


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