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T-Hub launches funding programme ‘T-Angel’ to accelerate startups through angel investments

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T-Hub, an innovation ecosystem and startup accelerator, backed by the government of Telangana, has unveiled its funding programme ‘T-Angel‘. The programme has been commenced to empower and enable early stage investment ecosystem through angel investments.

T-Angel will be launched by T-Hub, on an online investment platform LetsVenture, cited yourstory.

“T-Angel is a joint initiative by Telangana government and T-Hub to create a robust investment ecosystem for the state. The programme will speed up startup collaborations with investors across the world with support from LetsVenture,” Ravi Narayan, CEO of T-Hub, said.

T-Hub is a state government initiative for startup, which was formed in 2015. The initiative has provided over 1100+ national and international startups with access to better technology, talent, mentors, customers, corporates, investors, and government agencies.

Whereas, T-Angel is a three-month investment acceleration programme where as many as 30 startups with the cutting-edge solutions in healthcare, real estate, entertainment, sports, education, and finance will be shortlisted.

Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary Industries and IT, Telangana State, said, “The quantum of funds received by startups in Telangana has grown significantly, we now see this only increases with the quality of startups the state has gathered. Now is the right time to attract global VCs and angel investors, and ensure both startups and investors progress. T-Angel is an initiative in that direction. T-Hub will be leading this programme, which is the first phase of a series of funding-focused programmes by the government that will boost the investment ecosystem in Telangana.”

The top 10 startups out of the 30 per batch will receive funding. The 10 shortlisted startups will be listed on LetsVenture’s investment platform, which has helped over 190 startups raise over $85 million in the last six years.

T-Hub said that the programme for the first batch of chosen startups will commence on October 20, which aims to secure investments for a minimum of 10 startups per batch, and four batches and 40 startups per year.

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