New Delhi: T-Hub has announced that it’s launching the third cohort of the AIC T-Hub Healthcare program to help entrepreneurs navigate the challenges around growing a startup, through expert-led workshops, specialized mentorship, market access, and investor and industry connect.
From a total of 200 plus applications, 17 startups have been handpicked after an extensive screening process by T-Hub, Atal Innovation Centre (AIC) and external industry experts. The startups were selected based on factors such as their DeepTech innovations for healthcare and life sciences, go-to-market readiness, scalability, and team composition. The program is focused on providing startups with experts and resources to sharpen their understanding of markets and refine their business and product commercialization plans. This time, the cohort is focused on areas such as data digitization, prevention and early detection, non-invasive medical devices, capacity building, and diagnostic tools for CVD, cancer, eye diseases and healthcare workers.
The program was officially launched at T-Hub in the presence of Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary, IT & Industries, Telangana, Harsimarbir Singh, Co-Founder, Pristyn Care and Dr Anand Govindaluri, Founder & CEO, Govin Capital Singapore, and Dr Harshavardhan Reddy, Founder & Chief Surgeon, Smart Vision Eye Hospitals.
In light of the announcement, MSR, CEO, T-Hub, said, “We are excited to welcome the selected startups to the AIC-T-Hub program. Over the next few months, we will work alongside AIC to provide the startups access to the right mentorship, funding channels, and networking opportunities.”
Commenting on the launch, Rajesh Adla, CEO, AIC T-Hub Foundation said, “This is the best time for our startups to rethink Healthcare innovation. There are enormous opportunities for India to become a Healthcare destination”.
Dr Reddy concluded, “Healthcare advances have been delivering great benefits to society, bringing material improvements in average life spans and quality of life. Future technological innovations will continue to keep transforming the healthcare industry. This sector has the potential to lead to economic growth and provide employment. In the near future, I visualize health care innovation in India serving as a global model.”