MAHE, Vision Karnataka Foundation starts research-based incubation facility
Vision Karnataka Foundation: Vision Karnataka Foundation (VKF) and Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) inaugurated a research-based incubation facility for geographical indications (GIs) tagged products on December 27 at Manipal.
The brooding project will chip away at creating, constructing and advancing job bunches around Udupi area with GI focussed networks having a place with the Udupi Mattu Gulla and Shankarpura (Udupi) Mallige groups. It will then, at that point, slowly cover different GIs filled in Karnataka through the hatching program.
Vivesvaraya Trade Promotion Centre (VTCP), the nodal organization for the advancement of worldwide exchange and topographical signs labeled items from Karnataka was likewise addressed on the event.
According to the arrangement, VKF will offer help to GI ranchers, self improvement gatherings (SHGs) and different partners for further developing the item quality, upgrading attractiveness, giving better market linkages to the GI-labeled items. The VKF is intending to set up normal office communities (CFC) under the miniature little and medium endeavors (MSME) bunch improvement program (CDP) plan to offer truly necessary benefit expansion to these GI labeled items.
MAHE vice-chancellor MD Venkatesh expressed his enthusiasm for the initiative and said, “This collaboration marks a significant milestone in the journey of sustainable development and community empowerment. At MAHE, we are deeply committed to fostering innovation and education that benefits society at large.”