CM launches ‘Keystone’ incubation facility for startups | Thiruvananthapuram News


Thiruvananthapuram: Chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Wednesday said that the arrival of Boston based Taurus Investment Holdings in Technopark as part of their business expansion plans has given a major boost to the IT business in the state. He was speaking while inaugurating Keystone, the incubation facility for startup centres, which is the first project to start rolling in the Technopark Downtown Project implemented by Taurus Investment Holdings India in association with prominent realtor, Embassy Group.
Keystone has 62,500 square feet prefabricated office facility for incubation. The incubation space has a seat capacity of 800.
Thiruvananthapuram MP Shashi Tharoor, tourism Minister Kadakampally Surendran and city corporation mayor Arya S Rajendran also attended the event.
While delivering the welcome address, Taurus Investment Holdings India MD Ajay Prasad said that the Niagara office building, which houses the incubation facility, will open its doors to over 10,000 technology professionals next year.
“The Taurus Downtown Trivandrum Project will act as the nucleus of Technopark and a new city centre for the capital city and help to power the growth of the city as we recover from the effects of the pandemic,” Ajay Prasad said.
During the event, minister Kadakampally Surendran also inaugurated the EarthCam monitoring system, a first of its kind facility used in the country. It will enable tracking and closer monitoring of the construction activities on-site for all concerned stakeholders.


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