Eight start-up ventures have already been selected and granted space in the incubation centre
Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation (KSIDC) is all set to launch its technology business incubation centre on November 13 to empower start-ups in IT and electronic, as reported by PTI.
State IT Minister P K Kunhalikutty will lay the foundation of this 5,000 square feet centre. 120 incubatees can be accommodated in this centre. Besides, the centre will encompass separate cabins and common work stations.
The PTI report also stated that eight start-up ventures have already been selected and granted space in the incubation centre.
The centre qualified the start-ups from various segments like software, mobile application development, interactive game development, e-commerce activity, wireless charging technology, CSR management activity, virtual classroom for teaching practices, enterprise software product development, etc.
Further, KSIDC is also looking to launch business incubation centres at INKEL Complex in Angamaly and at KSIDC's Industrial Growth Centre in Kozhikode.