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IIIT-H & TIE-Hyderabad sign MoU to launch Special Interest Group for Deep Tech

IIIT-H & TIE-Hyderabad sign MoU to launch Special Interest Group for Deep Tech

Hyderabad, Oct 29 (UNI) IIIT-Hyderabad and TIE Hyderabad have signed an MoU to promote deep Tech Special Interest Group, to nurture the next generation Products and Companies in deep technology space - in Fintech, Healthtech, Medtech, Agritech, Technology for social good and other areas.



TiE Deep Tech Special Interest Group (SIG), aims to become the catalyst and vehicle to empower, enable and provide profiting visibility for enterprises and much needed exposure to global applications and markets.



IIIT Hyderabad will support this program by bringing a good pool of talented engineers, Deep Tech knowledge base, technocrats, research and development capabilities.



SIG intends to identify, encourage and showcase the leading Deep Tech products and companies to the domestic and global community of customers & investors.



Ramesh Loganathan, Prof of Co-innovation at IIIT Hyderabad and Phani Pattamatta, Executive Director, TiE Hyderabad exchanged the MoU in the presence of Prof. PJ Narayanan, Director of IIIT Hyderabad and Suresh Reddy, President of TiE Hyderabad, Chairman & Founder Brightcom Group, a statement here said on Tuesday.



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