Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is spending part of his holiday break offering some advice to startup companies that are based in his hometown of hometown of Hyderabad, India. Nadella visited the city's T-Hub technology incubator and spoke to a select group of people who are using the center to launch their companies .
T-Hub is located in the International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) in Hyderabad. The Times of India reports that Nadella spoke to its startups about how learning from one's failures can help bring success in the future:
"It's not about the failure, it's about learning from the failures. Failure itself cannot be celebrated. When I think about my career, my successes are built on learning from failures," he said when a youngster asked him about how to deal with failure."
Nadella stated he was impressed with the T-Hub incubator, along with the Indian government's support for these kinds of projects:
"It's an amazing space for entrepreneurs and it's also inspiring to see that the government here is trying to build a facility such as this for startups."
Nadella also stated Microsoft would be willing to offer assistance to these kinds of startup incubators, but he did not get into any specifics.
Source: Times of India