This year (2016) The Goa Project features a separate track on Entrepreneurship.
Any form of Entrepreneurship is not easy. But there are specific sectors that are more challenging than the others. If you are trying to build a sustainable organization in a difficult and / or unglamorous market, this is a great opportunity to show case it to the world. Please come and share your success stories, failures, learnings and experiences.
Some examples (but not limited to) are:
Creative entrepreneurs in design / performing arts / social impact space
Consumer facing business that is self-sustainable and profitable
Sectors like infrastructure, waste management, renewable energy, engineering, agri-food..
The tragedy of the commons
Useful technologies that require behavioural change / have poor adoption curves..
Developing markets outside India
Difficult to monetize sectors such as music or entertainment
Any thing else and more..
The emphasis is not really on the sector or even the problem-opportunity-solution. Tell us how you are cracking the challenges of adoption, sustainability and scalability. Even if it is Work in Progress, there is a lot we can all learn from you.
Nurturing entrepreneurship in schools
why learning entrepreneurship in school is benedicial?
how will it help to build an entrepreneurial ecosystem
how start ups can benefit and participates in this process
what is an entrepreneurial mind?
why exposing kids to entrepreneurship?
how a structured learning would help more kids to take entrepreneurship?
how building entrepreneurial mind can help kids to achieve success in everything that they do?
sushil mungekar, serial entrepreneur and mentor and an expert on entrepreneurship education. regarded as an inspirational leader, sushil has worked on incubating start ups and nurturing them. sushil has worked witb Tata group for more than 10 years in the areas of M&A, corporate strategy and financial services
sushil is chemical engineer from UDCT and MMS from JBIMS