For the longest time, Life Sciences industry in India operated under the banner of manufacturing sector or other industries, having integrated operations, working out of standalone facilities or commercial spaces, etc. This has however changed signifcantly in the two decades.
Today, India has several hotspot clusters (both systematically planned and organically grown) across the country.
There are around 12 operational life sciences parks, with at least another 5 under development and around 23 life sciences incubators.
GV Connect is currently actively supporting India's first and largest cluster - Genome Valley, Hyderabad.