On Thursday, The Indian School of Business has launched relief for its virtual startup incubation and acceleration arm DLabs. They are planning to connect with approximately 50 companies till the end of this year.
The virtual incubation program was launched in 2015 has guided 32 startups so far and still providing their services. The incubator, which has been set up in collaboration with the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, will be under the supervision of Indian School of Business Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Rajendra Srivastava, Dean of Indian School of Business stated that “business school is also eyeing on to add various accelerators and investors in the coming few months, we are in talks right now and will announce some partnerships soon,”
Previously, The Business School had such partnerships but then with time it lapsed. Well-known Software giant SAP had agreed to become partners with the school in July 2016 to foster five social startups. Apart from this, the US Consulate General, Hyderabad has also partnered with the business school to launch a startup accelerator program in November 2016.