January 30, 2015 3:21 AM ET

Real Estate Management and Development

Company Overview of IKP Knowledge Park

Company Overview

IKP Knowledge Park, a not-for-profit company, operates as a wet lab research park/biotech park/cluster in Hyderabad. It offers infrastructure facilities for companies working in the areas of biotech, pharmaceuticals, and chemistry; and research and development, and academic institutions. The company also leases ready-to-use multi-tenanted wet laboratory blocks, shared facilities, and developed land for customized research and development facilities. In addition, it operates a life science incubator for startup companies and spin offs. Further, the company provides information related services; infrastructure services, such as electricity, telecommunication, refuse disposal, conference facili...

Level IV

ICICI Bank Tower

1-11-256, Begumpet

Hyderabad,  500 016


Founded in 1998

Key Executives for IKP Knowledge Park

Chief Executive Officer
Vice President of Life Science Incubator
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

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