SAIP Conducts Webinar for Students & Faculties – EarlyStage Entrepreneurs

Event Type: Webinar

Date: 25/08/2022

Time: 01:00 pm to 02:00 pm

 Duration: 1 Hr 00

Mins Venue: Zoom Platform

 Mode: Online

 Organizing Body: SAIP-IIC

 No. of Participants: 81

No. of faculties: 20

 No. of students: 61

 Speaker Details: 

Dr Kumargaurav, Assistant Registrar,

Advanced Centre for Entrepreneurship, IIT Indore.

 Event Coordinator: Ms Kiran Verma, Assistant Professor, SAIP

 Report Courtesy: Ms Kiran Verma, Assistant Professor, SAIP

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 Objective of the event:

 To acquaint students with an understanding of accelerators/incubation opportunities for them and Early Stage Entrepreneurs among them. This workshop also had great examples of people who have been a success in this field of entrepreneurship. Also, it delivered how new ideas and their selection can be done so as to become an entrepreneur.

 Event Details:

 Entrepreneurship is the ability and willingness to start and run a business. An entrepreneur realises the opportunity and inculcates an idea that would be beneficial for people and will use all possible resources so as to provide a valuable product for the population. With the intent to educate the students about accelerators/incubation opportunities for them and Early Stage Entrepreneurs among them, SAIP-IIC organized a workshop.

The speaker elaborated with examples of how the ability to come up with an idea that could lead to the creation of something profitable for the population can be prosperous for the students. The examples of TATA, JIO and MICROSOFT were discussed under it. In the end, she concluded the session with the intellectual property right, patient filing fees, and the procedure of filing grants.

 Benefit in terms of learning/skills/knowledge obtained:

  1. Earlystage funds provide capital to young businesses so that they are able to grow, and get equity in return.
  2. Prepare students for an uncertain future. We live in an age of unprecedented global
  3. Technological transformation.
  4. Leave room for creativity and collaboration.
  5. Teach problem identification

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