Indian law firm Fox Mandal has launched a digital technology incubation centre called Orygin in the southern city of Bengaluru in order to support the wave of start-ups in the country. 

Apart from office facilities, Orygin will have Fox Mandal partners advising the start-ups on legal aspects and prudent business practices. An expert mentor panel including legal and tax experts, business leaders, entrepreneurs and investors is also expected to advise the start-ups on various aspects of their ventures. 

The centre will have a selection process to identify digital start-ups for incubation and is subsequently expected to facilitate the process of connecting start-ups with potential investors and customers.



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