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Times Internet launches T-Labs as an incubation programme for digital entrepreneurs

Times Internet Limited (TIL), the internet and mobile
venture of BCCL (The Times of India Group) has launched T-Labs as incubation and
development programme designed to nurture and support the ideas and projects of
budding internet and mobile entrepreneurs. T-Labs will work with the startups
and provide them support at each and every step. It will not only help
them  in defining and detailing their
concept into a business plan, but will also help in implementing of the idea

Times Internet Limited (TIL), the internet and mobile
venture of BCCL (The Times of India Group) has launched T-Labs as incubation and
development programme designed to nurture and support the ideas and projects of
budding internet and mobile entrepreneurs. T-Labs will work with the startups
and provide them support at each and every step. It will not only help
them  in defining and detailing their
concept into a business plan, but will also help in implementing of the idea
and refining the product by leveraging its vast infrastructure, user base and
experience.

Rishi Khiani, CEO, Times Internet said, “We are providing a
much-needed platform to the aspiring entrepreneurs to shape their ideas into
sustainable business models. We have always believed that entrepreneurship will
script the next big Indian growth story, and T Labs is a major step towards
giving a concrete shape to the startup ecosystem of the country. Our mentorship
and quality leadership would ensure that the products of these budding
entrepreneurs would compete with the very best in internet and mobile industry.”

Gautam Sinha, director, Technology, Times
Internet, said, “Key words behind the initiative are – innovation, incubation
and investment. We truly believe if there is an innovative Idea which has
potential, then it should be nourished at the right time so that it can reach
its potential. Also early stage businesses require more than just money to
succeed. They require close mentoring and inputs on strategy as well as
execution.”

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