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Telangana Government launches T-Works prototyping facility in Hyderabad

The facility is expected to encourage innovation and collaboration in the state and will help drive India's path toward becoming the world's preferred manufacturing destination

Telangana Government launches T-Works prototyping facility in Hyderabad

Outlook Start-Up Desk

POSTED ON March 04, 2023 3:39 PM

The Telangana Government has opened a new prototyping facility, called T-Works, in Hyderabad, which was launched by Foxconn's Chairman, Young Liu. Although it was softly launched eight months ago, the centre is now fully operational and located alongside T-Hub, a government research and innovation facility.

T-Works will provide a platform for Micro Small and Medium Enterprises, start-ups, innovators, students and young entrepreneurs to prototype and rent equipment. Furthermore, it will host events, competitions and workshops for individuals to undergo training in using and managing equipment.

Foxconn's Chairman Young Liu was impressed with Telangana's rapid implementation of the T-Works project, emphasizing the importance of speed in the hi-tech industry. Meanwhile, the Mahindra Group's Chairman, Anand Mahindra, took to Twitter to applaud the launch of the facility, saying it would help India become the world's preferred manufacturing destination.

The new prototyping facility is part of Telangana's aim to provide an ecosystem for start-ups and businesses to flourish. The state has been proactive in creating such a favourable environment, with the establishment of the T-Hub being an example of this. The state's government has been offering incentives and subsidies to start-ups, and the state's capital, Hyderabad, has become a hub for technology and innovation in India.

The T-Works project is expected to drive innovation in the state and provide a platform for entrepreneurs to realise their dreams. The facility is also expected to encourage collaboration between individuals and businesses and foster a culture of innovation.

The T-Works facility offers various equipment and resources, including 3D printers, CNC machines, and various other tools, making it an ideal platform for start-ups to test and refine their ideas. It also has a team of experts who can provide guidance and mentorship to budding entrepreneurs.

Conclusively, the T-Works facility is a significant step towards promoting innovation in Telangana, and it is expected to bring about a positive change in the state's start-up ecosystem. The facility will provide the necessary infrastructure, resources, and mentorship required for entrepreneurs to bring their ideas to life. It is a commendable effort by the Telangana government to create an environment where start-ups can thrive and contribute to the state's growth.

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