Hyderabad: T-Hub today announced that it was working with leading technology companies to enable its startups to scale faster and accelerate their growth.

T-Hub, an incubator for startups, is an initiative by the Telangana government.

According to a press release issued by T-Hub, it has joined hands with Amazon Web Services, DigitalOcean, Google Cloud, HubSpot, Microsoft and Zoho as its premium partners.

"These technology companies will help all the startups of T-Hub's cohort-based incubation programme Lab32, advance their daily operational tasks by providing them with a suite of services, training, and access to events," it said.

CEO of T-Hub, Jay Krishnan said, the strategic partnership with these global partners will support entrepreneurs with world-class tools, guidance, libraries and other services that will enable them cut operational costs, become more productive, gain efficiency, and ensure that the quality of their scale-up processes is not compromised.

T-Hub's premium partners will provide startups with free credits by giving them access to various service offerings and training programmes.

After exhausting free credits, the startups can continue to avail these services at an affordable price.

T-Hub plans to continually explore such exclusive tie-ups to benefit startups, it added. (PTI)

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