South Asia's biggest start-up complex inaugurated in Kochi

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Kochi (Kerala), Jan 14 (ANI): South Asia’s biggest start-up complex was inaugurated by Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on January 13. The Integrated Startup Complex, under the Kerala Startup Mission (KSUM), houses ultra modern facilities of Maker Village which promotes hardware startups, Bionest that promotes medical technologies, BRINC which is the country’s first international accelerator for hardware startups, BRIC which is country’s first cancer technology incubator developing solutions for cancer diagnosis and care, and a Centre of Excellence set up by industry majors. Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan said the state government is working to have a total area of 2.3 crore sqft of IT space across the state. It has replaced Bhamashah Techno Hub, Jaipur as South Asia’s largest startup hub. A start-up works towards innovation, development, deployment or commercialisation of new products, processes or services driven by technology or intellectual property.

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