Hyderabad-based startup incubator T-Hub has selected 15 startups for the fourth batch of its programme, Lab32.
The incubation programme, which will be run online, will offer the startups in the cohort consultation and training from experts and professionals on product design and market expansion, a statement said.
About 50% of the startups in the fourth batch of Lab32, which are in the early and mid-growth stages, have not just managed the challenges that the pandemic introduced into their markets, but are ready to thrive, Ravi Narayan, CEO of T-Hub and CIO of the state of Telangana, said.
The shortlisted firms include healthtech firms Diagnocare and Oqupi Health Tech, recruitment automation platform Talentrackr, blockchain platform LegitDoc parent Crossforge Solutions, no-code platform Quixy parent Vividminds Technologies and software platform OPS Tech parent Shri Shakti Opstech.
The startups in the programme have a completed technology product or a prototype, and are currently in the stage of customer validation or market acquisition, the statement said.
The startups, the statement said, are based across cities such as Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Kolkata, and offer solutions in industries such as healthcare, food technology, human resource and enterprise SaaS.
“We have a good mix of local and outstation startups from industries such as healthcare, foodtech, enterprise SaaS, among others. There are some exceptional minds behind each startup’s team who have the potential to tap into the rapidly evolving opportunities in the digital economy in India,” Narayan said.
In January, T-Hub had chosen 45 startups for its third batch.