The Incubator for Social Enterprises and Entrepreneurs for Development (ISEED) at IRMA will organize its 5th Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP) on Building & Managing Social Enterprise from 7th- 9th February, 2019.
The programme seeks to equip social enterprises (both for and not-for-profit) in building and managing their enterprises. The EDP will build on contemporary understanding of entrepreneurship globally that encourages start-ups to think and plan activities differently by using insights from innovation, design thinking and lean start-ups for enabling social enterprises to build business models for growth and scale.
The EDP will enable participants to envision and plan their enterprises through opportunity recognition and value creation and also sensitize them to think and work with the larger social entrepreneurial ecosystem of incubators, mentors, coaches, venture capital funds, etc.
Potential participants have the added opportunity of receiving mentoring and networking support from ISEED supported by the Department of Science & Technology (DST).
This programme is meant for you, ‘IF YOU ARE’:
- A founder or co-founder of an existing social enterprise.
- You are planning to start a social enterprise and have already made some headway and would like to bounce your ideas.
- A non-profit organization or a senior professional of a CSR foundation keen on starting or supporting social enterprises.
- Any organizations receiving support from DST’s iSTED or SEED programmes
For more information, please peruse through the brochure of the Programme.
You can contact ISEED on email@example.com.
ISEED works with early stage enterprises with a clear focus on rural and social enterprises. It brings to its incubation ecosystem extensive experience and expertise in providing support to social enterprises through networks, collaborative research, entrepreneurship training, and capacity building.
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