The innovation and entrepreneurship hub of IIM Bangalore, NSRCEL and Buddha Fellowship Program (BFP) have collaborated for a joint rural entrepreneurship incubation programme.
The agricultural entrepreneurship incubation programme goals to remodel the event sector when it comes to scale with high quality and affect by attracting India’s greatest and brightest expertise.
It’s directed at creating an ecosystem to nurture, assist and supply alternatives for these professionals to pursue their aspiration to turn out to be growth entrepreneurs, and in flip, construct the way forward for India that’s trendy and inclusive for its much less privileged and marginalised communities. Purposes at the moment are open at https://bit.ly/RuralIncubation.
“Rural entrepreneurship, which is in its nascent stage, holds super potential in our quest to construct lives and livelihoods in the direction of a extra self-reliant nation. Our focus shall be to assist entrepreneurs who’re already working in rural areas in addition to to supply alternatives for many who need to return to their roots to make an affect,” stated Venkatesh Panchapagesan, Chairperson, NSRCEL at IIM Bangalore.
The agricultural entrepreneurship ecosystem and home-grown entrepreneurs have been ignored and so they face a variety of scalability challenges on account of lack of awareness and consciousness on advertising, branding, high quality requirements, worth chain creation, product innovation, Panchapagesan added.
Ved Arya, founder and director, Buddha Fellowship Program (BFP), stated, “We intention to construct on younger Indians’ entrepreneurial desires to resolve issues of rural poverty and make our nation self-reliant BFP’s mission is to groom 1,000 Buddha Fellows and affect the lives of 5 million folks over the subsequent ten years.”