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RIM to setup first BlackBerry Innovation Zone in India

Our Bureau BANGALORE | Updated on May 31, 2012

 

 

Research In Motion and Startup Village have announced plans to launch the first BlackBerry Innovation Zone in India. The company said that it will be located at Rubus Labs in Kerala-based Startup Village. Rubus Labs will host regular developer activities such as BlackBerry Hackathons and Bar Camps.

Training sessions will be conducted across the 126 engineering colleges in Kerala under the BlackBerry BASE (BlackBerry Apps by Student Entrepreneurs) program by leveraging the campus outreach network of Startup Village. "Rubus Labs will also serve as an experiential zone for school children to introduce them to the world of smart phones," said Mr. Sijo Kuruvilla George, Chief Executive Officer, Startup Village.

Published on May 31, 2012

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