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MOU builds start-up bridge from India to WA

A new agreement will lay the foundations for a start-up and innovation bridge between Tamil Nadu and Western Australia.

Curtin University’s WA Data Science Innovation Hub, the WA cluster for data science, artificial intelligence, and information technology innovation, and the iTNT Hub – India’s first emerging and deeptech innovation network – signed an MoU at the recent Umagine conference in Tamil Nadu.

iTNT Hub Chief Executive Officer Mr Vijay Anand said the partnership is paving the way for greater collaboration and exchange between the two States.

“Our primary goal is working with entrepreneurs, innovators, an academic network of more than 570 engineering colleges and industry to spur innovation at scale, and we look forward to the outcomes of this exciting collaboration with the brilliant start-up minds in Western Australia.”

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