An innovation and mentoring hub, 'Innovivi Centre of Excellence' was launched here Monday with an objective to provide a platform to foster innovation and entrepreneurship in a collaborative and enabling environment.
Innovivi would endeavour to up-skill youth, men and women and provide them an opportunity for sustainable career transformation by filling the gaps in the education system.
Founded by Sree Divya and Hilary Weber, the centre would offer 'Sky Programme,' an international innovation internship programme for a month in association with SkyDeck, UC Berkeley, Innovivi said in a release.
Innovivi would also conduct Block-chain course in India with faculty from University of California, Berkeley in collaboration with Indian experts for a 4-month programme, it said.
US Consulate General of Hyderabad, Katherine Hadda, Chairman of Telangana Urban Finance and Infrastructure Development Corporation (TUFIDC), K Viplav Kumar were among those who were present.
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