A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed on Sunday between WE Hub, a city-based state-led accelerator for female entrepreneurs, and Cyber West Sign, an Australian digital marketing firm, to promote cross-border opportunities for businesses in both countries.
By utilizing the expertise of WE Hub and Cyber West Sign in their respective regions, the cooperation aims to assist Australian businesses in entering the rapidly expanding Indian market as well as the reverse, as per reported by BW Disrupt.
“The collaboration between WE Hub and Cyber West Sign is an excellent example of how we can leverage our respective strengths to create meaningful opportunities for startups in both countries,” Deepthi Ravula, CEO of WE Hub, said.
Startups will receive market data, access to industry networks, and tools from WE Hub and Cyber West Sign to assist them to overcome the barriers to entering new markets.
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A state-run platform for female entrepreneurs called WE Hub was created by the Telangana government. The announcement claims that it supports female entrepreneurs with fresh concepts, options, and ventures that concentrate on developing industries in technology and related domains.