DesiOPT, a startup job portal from T-Hub, a technological incubator set up by Telangana Government, today said it signed a deal with Uber to provide STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) talent for a year starting January 2017.
Under the agreement unlimited access of STEM talent will be provided to Uber for 1 year from DesiOPT.
Uber India, Public Policy Head, Shweta Rajpal Kohli said, “We are happy to be contributing to promoting and supporting innovative ideas out of spirited start-ups in India like DesiOPT. Telangana is one of the most progressive states and has set up a culture of ‘regulatory incubation’ allowing new ideas and business models to thrive.” “The vision behind setting up T-Hub is a testament to their commitment. Today more and more people around the world want to build something themselves. Through initiatives like Uber EXCHANGE, our mentorship programme for Indian startups, we hope to encourage more people to come up with the next big idea and spur entrepreneurship,” she said.
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