AIBC & T-Hub Hyderabad sign MOU for bilateral exchanges

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By SAT News Desk

MELBOURNE, 7 FEBRUARY 2020: Hyderabad’s T-Hub and the Australia India Business Council, Victoria have signed a memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for bilateral exchanges to help Connecting the Australia-India Strategies and Innovation Ecosystems. T-Hub Hyderabad is the world’s 3rd largest startup ecosystem in the world, supported by India’s Telangana State and other agencies.

T-Hub, Hyderabad CEO Ravi Narayan addressing a select gathering of entrepreneurs at the Indian Consulate, Melbourne explained his experience in the United States and India (2006) and the current work of the T-Hub, Hyderabad to take up related issues and move startups in Telangana and other parts of India. The main point he explained how now it is much better for startups in India than when he came back from the United States.

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Irfan Malik, AIBC Victoria & National Chapter for Startups and Innovations explained how Australia and India can have a fruitful relationship in the context of the Australian ES 2035 Report. He also touched the Australia-India Innovations Bridge Program which the AIBC will work for in the coming months.

AIBC, Victoria President Preeti Daga and a few representatives of startup representatives from India and Australia gave informative presentations.

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