The CEO of WE-Hub spoke in length about the kind of work the incubator has been doing for women entrepreneurs from not just Telangana but pan-India
India’s first and only government-led incubator for women, WE-Hub situated in Hyderabad, has so far worked with 3,497 entrepreneurs across the board and has made sure that not just urban startups but even rural entrepreneurs are provided a platform to grow their business, said Deepthi Ravula, CEO, WE-Hub. On the last day of TiE Global Summit, she spoke in length about the kind of work the incubator has been doing for women entrepreneurs from not just Telangana but pan-India.
“We are working with women entrepreneurs across verticals, space and scale. There are three main things that we are focused on – government liaising, incubation wherein we also run a pre-incubation programme for entrepreneurs to understand the nuances and then tell them to apply for the incubation, and finally work with 32 institutions and 18 countries to support our entrepreneurs,” she said.