What developing countries can learn from India's entrepreneurship ecosystem

People take a picture outside T-Hub in Hyderabad, India. Photo by: TEDx Hyderabad / CC BY-NC-ND

HYDERABAD, India — India’s largest technology incubator — only 2 years old — is launching its first 90-day accelerator program, thanks to a new Microsoft partnership.

The Hyderabad-based T-Hub has already seen hundreds of startups pass through its doors, and plans to welcome the first 10 startups to the new accelerator program in February, connecting those entrepreneurs to new revenue sources and helping them assess shortcomings in their distribution channels, according to T-Hub CEO Jay Krishnan.

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