IIT Bombay's Ecell partners with Nurture Talent Academy for Eureka 2011.
In the month of September itself, Nurture Talent Academy's Amit Grover will be traveling to 15 cities, to spread the word and train aspiring entrepreneurs across colleges in India, including Jaipur, Hubli, Nagpur, Chandigarh, Pune, Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Indore, Tumkur and others. "We want to reach out to masses in the small towns as well, and not limit ourselves to metro cities only. Students as future entrepreneurs will decide India's destiny and we want to make our contribution in that. The aim is to train over 1000 students across campuses", said Amit Grover, CEO-Founder of Nurture Talent, and himself an IIT-IIM alumnus. The students will be going through exercises on marketing, business models, scaling up, mistakes in current business setup and raising venture capital as a part of the training session.
After the round of training workshops across the country, shortlisted entries of students will go through intensive mentoring sessions for next few months, so they can polish their ideas and give them shape as a viable business venture.
"We at E-Cell, IIT-Bombay have been pioneers in supporting entrepreneurship. We wanted to give more value and exposure to students interested in participating in Eureka 2011 and Nurture Talent Academy was a natural fit as they have shown the commitment towards young ventures even before they start.", said Nikhil, Manager for Eureka 2011.
The grand finale for the Eureka business plan competition will be held in January, 2012, in the presence of Venture capitalists, angel investors, successful entrepreneurs and top media-persons. It will not be a surprise if one or all of the startups go on to build the next Facebook!
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About Nurture Talent Academy
Nurture Talent Academy is India's 1st institute for training entrepreneurs. Started in January, 2010, it has conducted 92 workshops across 28 cities for 1705 startups, students and professionals. The objective is to enable 1000 ventures to start and generate 20000 jobs in 3-5 years.
About The Entrepreneurship Cell, IIT-Bombay
The Entrepreneurship Cell is a non-profit organization run by the students of IIT Bombay that aims at manifesting the latent entrepreneurial spirit of young students. E-Cell hosts various workshops, speaker sessions, innovative games,competitions for the aspiring entrepreneurs and supports them by providing necessary resources such as seed funding, mentoring, consultancy and networking.
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