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i-Hub: With 1.5 lakh sq ft of space, Ahmedabad gets a new startup hub

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Gujarat made its ambition to become India’s very own Silicon Valley clear with the inauguration of the newly completed i-Hub building at the Knowledge Consortium of Gujarat (KCG). This ambitious project, with an investment of Rs 98 crores, can house upto 500 startups, equipped with state-of-the-art facilities that can significantly enhance Gujarat’s startup ecosystem. The i-Hub facility, designed across five floors, features co-working spaces, dedicated areas for networking, comprehensive 360-degree mentoring support, intellectual property assistance, funding opportunities, and much more.

The newly constructed building, built by Gujarat’s government’s Education Department, embraces the “mind-to-market” philosophy. The amenities it offers include dedicated workstations, air-conditioned meeting rooms, a cafeteria, printing and photocopying services, and ample parking. The startups at i-Hub will have access to a vibrant array of networking events, fostering connections and collaborations.

The previous i-Hub facility, spanning 20,000 sq ft within the KCG campus, was just the beginning. The new i-Hub building boasts an impressive 1.5 lakh sq ft of space, making it the largest innovation and entrepreneurship hub supported by the Education Department. 

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