Be a T-Hub Mentor

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Accelerate Your Startup Journey with Mentorship

What Mentoring Mean to our Ecosystem?

To us, the term "mentoring" describes a relationship supporting someone through a learning or developmental journey. It's about reflecting, encouraging, and supporting new or existing business owners to make the most of themselves and their businesses. Mentorship is about mutual trust and respect.

Our mentors are former entrepreneurs, founders, and business coaches who have gained much experience and support from the ecosystem and are setting aside time to give back to startup founders. The expectation is to take an unbiased, transaction-free approach to help startups thrive.


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Access the Largest Mentor Network

A vast and diverse network of mentors from various industries and startup sectors. Whether in tech, healthcare, or any other field, our mentors offer a wide range of expertise to guide you on your entrepreneurial journey.

Guidance at Every Stage, Tailored for Startup Growth

Highly curated professionals with a deep understanding of the startup lifecycle. From ideation and inception to scaling and beyond, our mentors provide targeted support and insights.

India's Premier Startup Network

India's largest community of Business Coaches, Entrepreneurs-in-Residence (EIRs), and Domain Experts. Gain access to a wealth of knowledge, resources, and collaborative opportunities to propel your startup forward.



Focused Growth Guidance

Receive meticulous advice tailored to your startup’s specific focus areas. Gain strategic insights to navigate challenges and drive targeted growth.

Founders’ Mindset Transformation

We provide guidance on developing the right mindset for success. Navigate the highs and lows of entrepreneurship and foster resilience.

Direct Access to Industry Leaders

Engage in exclusive 1:1 sessions with renowned industry figures. Tap into the wealth of experience and knowledge of these networks.

Structured Program for Startup Growth

Leverage our programmatic approach designed for holistic startup development. Navigate your growth journey with a structured framework that ensures comprehensive progress.

Elevated Visibility and Impact

Gain recognition as expert trainers, coaches, and panellists in top-notch events and webinars. Share your knowledge and position yourself as a thought leader.

Empower Startup Growth Through Workshops

Shape the success of startups by designing, conducting, and executing theme-specific workshops. Impart your expertise with our extended startup community.

Diverse Networking Opportunities

Unlock connections with industry leaders, government officials, and academic experts. Open doors to meaningful collaborations and partnerships.

Collaboration Across Ecosystem Entities

Experience collaborative interfacing with T-Hub’s sister concerns such as TSIC, RICH, T-Works, WeHub, and more. Tap into a diverse range of projects and initiatives.

A Mentor's Journey

Mentoring Matters

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Mentor Engagement is crucial to build a stronger community through ideas and expertise stemming from a rich industry experience. It helps nurture and sustain a vibrant, dynamic, and flourishing innovation ecosystem.

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Distinguished Mentors

Rama Iyer

Head - Innovation, GMR Group

Raj Thota

Advisor, Stanford SEED

Hari TN

Co-Founder, Artha School of Entrepreneurship

Jayanthi Subramanian

CEO/Co Founder, Doctorite Inc

Arun Chinnachamy

Founder, EnsoView

Viiveck Verma

Founder & CEO, Upsurge Global

Rajani Kasu

CEO, Zyppys

Patrick Widmann

Head of Startup Programs / Co-Founder, KIT Innovation

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

  1. Please fill out the linked form
  2. After the initial screening, you will be invited for an interview with the mentoring desk at T-Hub
  3. After qualifying, the next level of interview shall be set up with one of our existing mentors in order to understand your role with T-Hub better

Apart from the startup engagements, mentors will also work with the program managers of Lab32, T-Angel, Trestle, etc., to design better outcomes for the up and coming cohorts.

Mentor Engagement is crucial to build a stronger community through ideas and expertise stemming from a rich industry experience. It helps nurture and sustain a vibrant, dynamic, and flourishing innovation ecosystem.

Mentors will be engaged on an as-needed basis and as much as possible based on their availability and interests. Mentors also have opportunities to represent T-Hub as speakers, panelists, judges at community events, T-Hub events, and partner events, including WeHub, TSIC, etc. For further inquiries, please feel free to contact us at

The mentoring relationship, acting either as a mentor or a mentee, may present you with a number of issues or dilemmas. Often, there are no easy or obvious solutions and there may be no clear-cut sense of ‘right’ or ‘wrong’.

These simple guidelines highlight a set of behaviors that might impact the mentoring relationship or, indeed, when using mentoring/coaching techniques in other situations.

  1. The mentor’s role is to respond to the mentee’s needs and agenda; it is not to impose their own agenda.
  2. Mentors will agree with the mentee how they wish the relationship to work, while adopting the most appropriate level of confidentiality
  3. Mentors will be aware of and adhere to any current legislation relating to activities undertaken as part of the mentoring service.
  4. The mentee should be made aware of their rights and any complaints procedures.
  5. Mentors and mentees will respect each other’s time and other responsibilities, ensuring they do not impose beyond what is reasonable.
  6. The mentor will ensure the mentee accepts increasing responsibility for managing the relationship; the mentor will empower them and promote the mentee’s autonomy.
  7. Either party should not dissolve the relationship at any time throughout the period of the mentoring relationship without discussing it with the mentoring team at T-Hub regarding the same.
  8. The mentor will not intrude into areas the mentee wishes to keep private until invited to do so. They should, however, help the mentee to recognize how other issues may relate to these areas.
  9. Mentors will be open and truthful with themselves and their mentees whilst participating in the mentoring relationship
  10. Mentors will share the responsibility for the smooth winding down of the relationship with the mentee, once it has achieved its purpose – they must avoid creating dependency.
  11. The mentoring relationship should not be exploitative in any way, nor may it be open to misinterpretation.
  12. Mentors should never work beyond the bounds of their capability, experience, and expertise to the point where they do not feel confident in providing the mentee with proper support. Where appropriate, mentors should seek advice or refer mentees to another point of contact or enterprise support professionals.
  13. The confidentiality of the mentee remains paramount at all times. At no time will a mentor disclose any part of the relationship to any person whosoever, without the explicit agreement of the mentee. Any notes or other records of mentoring sessions shall remain, at all times, the property of the mentee. They may, for convenience, be retained by the mentor but may be requested by the mentee at any time.
  14. Mentors have a responsibility to highlight any ethical issues (such as conflicts of interest) that may arise during a mentoring relationship at the earliest opportunity.
  15. Mentors should not attempt to do the mentee’s job for them ‐ the mentee has the ability and the potential, the mentor’s job is to help them realize it.
  16. Mentors will maintain their professional competence through participation in continuous professional development
  17. Download Mentor Handbook for guidance through your mentorship journey

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