T-Hub has signed an MoU with Redberri Earth Foundation under its T-Bridge initiative.
The partnership will aim to understand market opportunities for Indian startups in the US market.
Ravi Narayan, CEO of T-Hub, said, “This partnership will enable us to deliver knowledge and support not just to the Indian startups for their business expansion in the international market but also will welcome US-based startups to set up and scale-up in the rapidly growing but complicated Indian market. Together we will ensure that our high-potential startups have the end-to-end support and guidance as they prepare to launch their business in new global markets driven by innovation.”
Deepak Kant Vyas Chairman and CEO of Redberri Earth Foundation said, “T-Hub is a valuable partner to help the US startups to scale in a new market and experience India’s exceptional entrepreneurial ecosystem. We are also looking forward to enabling Indian startups to gain a strong foothold in the US market and connect them to the larger international players to enhance their growth journey. The startups will benefit greatly from the strategic workshops and interventions provided under this partnership to access both the markets and explore business opportunities. Redberri Innovation Center is proud to partner with T-Hub.”
T-Hub and Redberri will provide Indian and Chicago startups with business opportunities, market understanding and access to clients in Chicago and India, respectively.
The two entities will collaborate in the areas of startup innovation and entrepreneurship.
The partnership was formalized virtually with an MoU signed by Ravi Narayan, CEO of T-Hub and Deepak Kant Vyas Chairman and CEO of Redberri Earth Foundation.
This partnership will help the startups and support T-Hub in creating a strong foothold in the Chicago startup and innovation ecosystem.
T-Hub, in partnership with Redberri, aims to establish structured market access programs and soft-landing programs, which will help nurture the startup ecosystem in the US and India.
The program will run virtually first with a rich curriculum of online activities like webinars and roundtables, and gradually startups will be localized in North America and India. Indian startups will be incubated with Redberri in Chicago and US startups will be incubated with T-Hub in India.
This year-long fruitful partnership, under the T-Bridge program, will allow the Indian startups to tap into one of the fastest-growing startup ecosystems in the U.S.