T-Hub, Corporate Connections ink MoU to connect established firms, startups

Technology startup incubator T-Hub and a network of industry leaders and organisations Corporate Connections have decided to collaborate on a platform that will connect established companies and startups, primarily to facilitate the exchange of knowledge, resources, and investment.

Their effort will be to drive innovation and investment, T-Hub said on Wednesday in a release, announcing a partnership with Corporate Connections.

Startup Investments

Under the partnership, T-Hub will host exclusive startup showcases for Corporate Connections members. Startups associated with the incubator will gain access to an extensive network of established entrepreneurs and industrialists from various parts of the country.

It will also conduct investor education sessions to empower Corporate Connections members with insights for informed startup investments in a dynamic ecosystem.

“The partnership opens doors for startups to secure vital investments, access new markets, and benefit from expert mentorship,” T-Hub CEO Mahankali Srinivas Rao said. An MoU between T-Hub and Corporate Connections coincided with the launch of the latter’s second chapter in Hyderabad.

“This partnership marks a significant step in our commitment to fostering innovation and collaboration within our extensive global network spanning 29 countries with over 1,000 members,” Corporate Connections executive director Ananth Badhe said.

Srinivas Rao Mahankali (center right), CEO, T-Hub, exchanging MoU with Nihar Yerubandi (center left), Executive Director, Corporate Connections Hyderabad, along with Ananth Badhe (right), Executive Director, Corporate Connections Global, and Ajay Manchukonda (left), Co-Founder, Gaap Tu Glass