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T-Hub and Facebook announces winning start-ups of 'India Innovation Hub'

T-Hub and Facebook announces  winning start-ups of 'India Innovation Hub'

Hyderabad, Apr 11 (UNI) T-Hub and Facebook on Wednesday announced the first batch of winning start-ups, selected for their joint program “India Innovation Hub.”



The program which was launched in November last year, aims to help start-ups focused on using emerging technologies by providing support and mentorship to accelerate their businesses in new and innovative ways.

A cohort of nine start-ups focused on VR have been selected and each startup will get access to training, mentors, workshops, research, and Facebook’s VR Innovation lab located at T-Hub as a part of the three-month accelerator program, a statement here said.

Nine startups -- Dimension NXG, GMETRI Studios, Highir Technologies, Innov4Sight Health and Biomedical Systems, Loop Reality, Merxius Software, Parallel XR, Scapic Innovations and VadR Selected from 20 shortlisted applications that presented to a jury comprised of subject matter experts from Facebook, T-Hub, and external industry members. The participants were reviewed based on quality of technology solution, product/solution readiness, possible impact in the vertical.



The selected startups have the potential to boost innovation ecosystem and are working on projects in the domains varying from Healthtech to Industrial Manufacturing, Education to Corporate Learning & Development among many others. With an intent to support a new generation of Indian startups, this cohort of startups as part of India Innovation Hub program will get an opportunity to work and scale up under the aegis of Facebook. The startups selected through this program will work with subject matter experts, mentors, and coaches from both Facebook and T-Hub, to collaborate and prioritize the solution.

All interventions will happen at T-Hub, the statement added.

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