2nd Young Entrepreneur Summit 18 – 20 Nov 2017,Pune.

Posted by Youthaid Foundation
September 15, 2017

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Entrepreneurships and startups have become part and parcel of young people’s life in India today. There is a need to nurture this culture to build an ecosystem to support and mentor them. With this objective Young Entrepreneurs Summit  (www.yesummit.org) is being organized on the occasion of Global Entrepreneurs Week 2017 in Pune from 18 to 20th of November by YouthAid Foundation in association with CYDA as well as.

The purpose of this summit is to engage with young people or new ideas and to help them towards entrepreneurial growth. We strongly believe that idea should be allowed to be blossomed, nurtured and mentored so that they stand up to maximize wealth and job creation in society.

Last year a batch of 30 enthused young people started self employment ventures at various levels and scales. Their collective monthly income increased by around 400 percent to Rs. 2,23,500, per month from Rs 45,000 before the training.  We  continue to mentor and take them to 2nd level of evolution and growth.

This years program will have many stages were two days workshop will be organized at different locations to identify young entrepreneurs as well as social entrepreneurs. Best  innovative ideas will get the benefit to join a world-class training on entrepreneurship at Ramoji Krian University, Hyderabad. Around 300 such entrepreneurs will join for the  National Entrepreneurs Summit planned in Pune in November 2017

After the Summit entrepreneurs will be mentored, supported and linked with various agencies as well as the participants will be part of Young Entrepreneurs Network initiated by YouthAid Foundation (www.youthaidfoundation.org)

Centre for Youth Development and Activities (CYDA) is inviting business ideas from innovators and entrepreneurs and social entrepreneurs.

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