Tech wizards and innovators will soon have a new place to brainstorm their ideas and build innovative startups for a modern world as Q-Hub. The startup incubator is all set to open at the Q city multi-tenanted IT park Gachibowli.
The 9,000 sq ft facility will provide budding startups with access to networking, ideas to build their startup, effective mentorship, and interaction with investors that could help them set up their business to a new level. This campus is precisely located in the Financial District of Gachibowli. As an introductory gesture, the IT park has announced a Q-city Codethon, wherein tenants of the Q city will participate in an exclusive coding event that could win them prices worth 5.5 Lakh.
The codethon is open for more than 7500 tenants in the Q-city IT park. The director of Q-city, who was in the city for the inauguration at Financial District, explained how this codethon is just limited to the IT park but is definitely set to mark the beginning of large codethons, which could lead to the occurrence of nationwide coding events and become an annual event.
Q-city has been the first choice for many startups over the years, even though T-hub has been dominating the startup scene. But Q-hub, with this rare event, is all set to get closer to T-hub and build a better base of innovators preferring their incubation space to brainstorm their ideas and grow their startup and expand into the big wide world of technology.