US-funded startup hub Nexus looks to go beyond Delhi with new partners

Started exclusively in India by the American Center, the Nexus Startup Hub has trained more than 90 startups through 9 cohorts each with a 10-week programme

Young entrepreneurs  at a Workbench Projects Fablab in Bengaluru. Photo: Dalip Kumar

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The US Government-funded start up incubation center Nexus is planning to expand its activities outside Delhi by creating new centers in collaboration with potential partners such as T-Hub in other

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First Published: Dec 16 2019 | 5:24 PM IST

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