On a recent visit to Bangalore as part of a UKTI delegation, TechHub CEO Elizabeth Varley was interviewed about the indian startup community.
London-headquartered TechHub, which provides shared workspaces for start-ups, sees Bangalore as a gateway to India with a vibrant ecosystem in the city. TechHub is a community that offers permanent desks for resident start-ups and drop-by desks for annual members for a fee. "We had companies who were coding away in their bedrooms, now they have a desk for themselves. Some may have a great technology, but a terrible business plan. But by virtue of being a part of the TechHub, they get access to the full spectrum of the ecosystem including investors," said Elizabeth Varley, CEO of TechHub. "We are looking at 4 new sites in Europe and potentially India," she added.
You can find the full article from the Times of India here.
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