OPPO Join With T-Hub, Inks MoU To Support The Startup Ecosystem In India - GADGET-INNOVATIONS

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· The partnership will help startups in the areas of Artificial Intelligence, 5G, Battery, Camera and Image Processing, Gaming, and System performance.


OPPO, the leading global smart device brand, and T-Hub, which leads India’s pioneering innovation ecosystem, today announced their partnership to support the startup ecosystem in India.  The collaboration will bring in scale up opportunity for some of the most innovative startups in the areas of Artificial Intelligence, 5G, Battery, Camera and Image Processing, Gaming, and System performance.


The selected startups will receive incubation support from OPPO along with technical mentorship and access to new markets. T-Hub will bring its vast experience and expertise in running various programs and will provide the startups with the right mentorship and exposure to the domestic and global incubation and innovation ecosystems.


This partnership will further reinforce OPPO’s longstanding commitment to strengthen the startup ecosystem in India and bolster a culture of entrepreneurship. These startups would be selected based on the innovative prototypes and strategic fitment with OPPO products which has the potential to accelerate.


Over the years, the Telangana government has been able to attract global corporate US giants like Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Deloitte and Amazon, amongst others, to set up their offices in India. Through T-Hub’s effort to build an innovation ecosystem for the country, the state has been successfully driving collaborations with many such corporates, international government bodies and startups, thus also contributing to the growth index across other ecosystems in different geographies. T-Hub’s new partnership with OPPO India will create a variety of opportunities for startups to receive national and international exposure. 


OPPO India aims to provide impetus to the Government’s Startup India program and explore the potential of Indian Startups’ to develop customer-centric innovations


Earlier this year, OPPO signed MOU with IIT Hyderabad, to promote collaborative research in the field of science and technology. Additionally, similar MoUs were signed with the Government of Telangana & Kerala Startup Mission (KSUM) that were signed last year.





India, 1st June, 2020



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