New Delhi: Social media platform Facebook on Tuesday released ‘Facebook Hubs’, an initiative to foster innovation and offer help for budding entrepreneurs.
Facebook Hubs will make more significant help for startup community via hosting mentor hours and carrying out training, workshops, discussions across 20 places. The places could be in Delhi, Gurugram, Noida, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Pune, Navi Mumbai and in Goa, the organisation stated in an announcement.
Facebook said it has partnered with 91springboard for a yr-long programme to help startups and marketers scale up their organisations. The initiative consists of co-working network website hosting, planning and setting up established activities like studying and talent development programmes for budding marketers.
“We have already laboured with hundreds of startups thru our diverse programmes and by teaming up with 91springboard we are hoping to reach out to greater, to gas India’s startup ecosystem with a vision to build agencies of the next day,” Satyajeet Singh, Head of Product Partnerships, Facebook India and South Asia said.
Facebook Hubs can be a part of an international network for schooling and mentoring facilities for startups, developers, small and medium companies, creators, and activity seekers, the declaration delivered.