About Dallas Venture Capital and T-Hub
Dallas Venture Capital (“DVC”) is a Venture Capital firm, based in Dallas and Hyderabad, investing in cloud infrastructure, cybersecurity, and DevOps.
And it is a Dallas-based early-stage venture fund investing in AI/ML, IoT, XR, and other emerging technologies
Dallas Venture Capital is an early-stage venture fund investing in emerging technologies launched by enterprise-focused entrepreneurs, Dallas Venture Capital is raising a separate fund in India of $50 million from local investors.
T-Hub is an innovation intermediary and business incubator based in Hyderabad, Telangana, India. Based on the triple helix model of innovation, it is a partnership between the Government of Telangana, three academic institutes in Hyderabad, and the private sector.
Dallas Venture Capital and T-Hub Partnership
T-Hub partners with Dallas Venture Capital to boost the funding ecosystem in Telangana
India and US-based Dallas Venture Capital on Friday, January 13, announced the DVC India Fund as well as a partnership with T-Hub, to scout startups in Telangana and help them scale their businesses. The venture capital firm said it would be working closely with existing as well as new portfolio companies to that end. The startups will receive support to create innovative technology that meets global market needs, increase their IT infrastructure efficiency as well as the team’s productivity and improve their top-line performance, DVC said in a statement.
DVC said the partnership is a part of its focus in 2023 that aims to scout startups to help them scale their business, enabling them to increase their customer base. For the same, DVC will work closely with existing and new portfolio companies, it said, adding that with T-Hub’s support, the company will get empowered to find fast-growing, innovative startups. The startups will get support to create innovative technology that meets global market needs, increase their IT infrastructure efficiency and team productivity, and improve their top-line performance.