Entrepreneurship development – Shiawase Win http://shiawase-win.com/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 06:16:03 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://shiawase-win.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/profile-30-150x150.png Entrepreneurship development – Shiawase Win http://shiawase-win.com/ 32 32 A training seminar was held on the topic “Problems of developing entrepreneurship in the makhallas, employment provision and improving existing conditions” https://shiawase-win.com/a-training-seminar-was-held-on-the-topic-problems-of-developing-entrepreneurship-in-the-makhallas-employment-provision-and-improving-existing-conditions/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 06:39:00 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/a-training-seminar-was-held-on-the-topic-problems-of-developing-entrepreneurship-in-the-makhallas-employment-provision-and-improving-existing-conditions/ UZBEKISTAN, June 14 – A training seminar was held on the topic “Problems of developing entrepreneurship in makhallas, employment opportunities and improving existing conditions” On December 21, 2021, the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan No. PP-62 “On measures for organizing the activities of the Agency for the Development of Labor and […]]]>

UZBEKISTAN, June 14 – A training seminar was held on the topic “Problems of developing entrepreneurship in makhallas, employment opportunities and improving existing conditions”

On December 21, 2021, the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan No. PP-62 “On measures for organizing the activities of the Agency for the Development of Labor and Entrepreneurship of Mahallabai under the Ministry of Development Economy and Poverty Reduction” was adopted.

According to this decree, the work of the Mahallabai Labor and Entrepreneurship Development Agency and its regional branches and district centers was initiated.

On June 13 this year, at the Academy of Public Administration under the Presidency of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Mahallabai Labor and Entrepreneurship Development Agency, to further improve the skills of heads of 14 territorial administrations, 207 district (city) centers , as well as to further improve the activities of territorial administrations, with the participation of heads and district centers, launched a week-long training seminar on the topic “Issues of entrepreneurship development in makhallas, employment supply and improvement of existing conditions”.

This training seminar was organized in accordance with the program developed in cooperation with the Academy of Public Administration and the Ministry of Economic Development and Poverty Reduction.

The training seminar was attended by the heads of all territorial departments and district (city) centers of the Agency, as well as specialists responsible for ministries, departments and other organizations.

During this training seminar, conducted by the Agency, it is intended to give an idea of ​​the main ways and legal foundations of employment and poverty reduction in our country, the involvement of the population in entrepreneurship and the development of youth entrepreneurship, employment of the unemployed in decent jobs, participation in professional and entrepreneurial activities.

Source: Ministry of Economic Development and Poverty Reduction of the Republic of Uzbekistan

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SJM to launch ‘entrepreneurship development centers’ in 773 districts nationwide https://shiawase-win.com/sjm-to-launch-entrepreneurship-development-centers-in-773-districts-nationwide/ Sat, 04 Jun 2022 15:45:18 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/sjm-to-launch-entrepreneurship-development-centers-in-773-districts-nationwide/ SJM co-organizer Dr. Ashwani Mahajan said his organization would also organize the ‘Swawlambi Bharat Abhiyan’ and raise awareness about the need to use local produce to help boost the country’s economy. /Representative image Representative photo | RSS affiliate Swadeshi Jagran Manch said on Saturday it would set up “entrepreneurship development centers” in all 773 districts […]]]>

SJM co-organizer Dr. Ashwani Mahajan said his organization would also organize the ‘Swawlambi Bharat Abhiyan’ and raise awareness about the need to use local produce to help boost the country’s economy. /Representative image Representative photo |

RSS affiliate Swadeshi Jagran Manch said on Saturday it would set up “entrepreneurship development centers” in all 773 districts of the country.

MJS co-organizer Dr. Ashwani Mahajan said PTI his organization would also perform the ‘Swawlambi Bharat Abhiyan’ and raise awareness of the need to use local produce to help boost the country’s economy.

”The expansion of the Swawlambi Bharat Abhiyan will be discussed at the ongoing SJM National Executive here. The abhiyan aims to provide jobs through entrepreneurship development and skills development,” he said.

“We will launch entrepreneurship development centers in all 773 districts nationwide. We will recruit full-time Swawlambi Bharat Abhiyan workers after one year,” he added.

Responding to a question on whether the Union government was doing enough to promote ‘swadeshi’, he said that the Center had launched the ‘Make in India’ initiative in 2014 but it should in fact be “Made by India”.

Programs like Atmanirbhar Bharat help boost indigenous production, he said.

(With PTI inputs)

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India News | SJM to launch ‘entrepreneurship development centers’ in 773 districts nationwide https://shiawase-win.com/india-news-sjm-to-launch-entrepreneurship-development-centers-in-773-districts-nationwide/ Sat, 04 Jun 2022 12:52:10 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/india-news-sjm-to-launch-entrepreneurship-development-centers-in-773-districts-nationwide/ Nagpur, Jun 4 (PTI) RSS affiliate Swadeshi Jagran Manch said on Saturday that he would set up “entrepreneurship development centers” in all 773 districts of the country. Read also | Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the global initiative “LiFE Movement” tomorrow. SJM co-organizer Dr. Ashwani Mahajan told PTI that his organization will also organize […]]]>

Nagpur, Jun 4 (PTI) RSS affiliate Swadeshi Jagran Manch said on Saturday that he would set up “entrepreneurship development centers” in all 773 districts of the country.

Read also | Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the global initiative “LiFE Movement” tomorrow.

SJM co-organizer Dr. Ashwani Mahajan told PTI that his organization will also organize the “Swawlambi Bharat Abhiyan” and raise awareness about the need to use local produce to help boost the country’s economy.

Read also | The added value of minor forest products has boosted employment opportunities, says Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel.

“The expansion of the Swawlambi Bharat Abhiyan will be discussed at the ongoing SJM national executive here. The abhiyan aims to provide employment through entrepreneurship development and skills development,” he said.

“We will start entrepreneurship development centers in all 773 districts of the country. We will recruit full-time Swawlambi Bharat Abhiyan workers after one year,” he added.

Responding to a question on whether the Union government was doing enough to promote ‘swadeshi’, he said that the Center had launched the ‘Make in India’ initiative in 2014 but it should in fact be “Made by India”.

Programs like Atmanirbhar Bharat help boost indigenous production, he said.

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JKEDI 10-Day Entrepreneurship Development Program Concludes at Gbl & Pul – India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News https://shiawase-win.com/jkedi-10-day-entrepreneurship-development-program-concludes-at-gbl-pul-india-education-latest-education-news-world-education-news/ Sun, 29 May 2022 02:50:57 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/jkedi-10-day-entrepreneurship-development-program-concludes-at-gbl-pul-india-education-latest-education-news-world-education-news/ SRINAGAR: A group of 58 aspiring female entrepreneurs have passed out from the Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI) after completing an Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP) today from ten days under the Tejaswini program of Mission Youth in the district centers of Pulwama and Ganderbal. The young people trained are from different neighborhoods in […]]]>

SRINAGAR: A group of 58 aspiring female entrepreneurs have passed out from the Jammu and Kashmir Entrepreneurship Development Institute (JKEDI) after completing an Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP) today from ten days under the Tejaswini program of Mission Youth in the district centers of Pulwama and Ganderbal.

The young people trained are from different neighborhoods in these districts and the aim of the program was to hone their entrepreneurial skills by providing training facilities at their doorsteps so that the program covers as many unemployed young people as possible.

JKEDI aims to establish an ecosystem where female entrepreneurs are encouraged to form business units and become economically independent.

The Institute trains candidates in the manufacturing, service and agricultural sectors under the Tejaswani curriculum. The EDP aims to instill skills development, performance improvement and basic business concepts in aspiring entrepreneurs to nudge them on their journey to self-employment. A field visit by the trainees to successful business ventures in their respective districts was also part of the training program.

The candidates chose various activities, mainly dairy farming, sheep and poultry farming, ready-to-wear clothing retail outlets, boutiques, saloons, appliance stores, temporary stores , etc. in Pulwama and Ganderbal districts.

A team of trainers from the Institute’s Regional Center in Pampore helped provide quality training to these budding entrepreneurs at the district centres. The services of various visiting faculties from the line departments of DECC, DIC, J&K Bank, Insurance Industry and Handicraft Department were utilized during the PDE.

At the end of the program, certificates were issued to successful candidates by JKEDI officials.

So far, the Institute has trained 760 women entrepreneurs under the Mission Youth Tejaswani program at J&K and 2310 DPRs have been prepared by the Institute which are submitted to the respective DECCs.

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NIESBUD organizes a week of entrepreneurship development program https://shiawase-win.com/niesbud-organizes-a-week-of-entrepreneurship-development-program/ Tue, 24 May 2022 01:12:24 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/niesbud-organizes-a-week-of-entrepreneurship-development-program/ Srinagar- Dr. Poonam Sinha, Director, National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development (NIESBUD) Ministry of Skills Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India today inaugurated a program for the development of one week entrepreneurship for the youth of Jammu in association with NSTI Srinagar and Govt Polytechnic College for Women Jammu and Kashmir. In his […]]]>

Srinagar- Dr. Poonam Sinha, Director, National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development (NIESBUD) Ministry of Skills Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India today inaugurated a program for the development of one week entrepreneurship for the youth of Jammu in association with NSTI Srinagar and Govt Polytechnic College for Women Jammu and Kashmir.

In his inaugural speech, Dr. Sinha highlighted the importance of the culture of entrepreneurship within the agricultural community and highlighted the various opportunities in the sector.

Dr. Sinha informed the participants about the different programs of NIESBUD and the various opportunities in the entrepreneurship sector. She expressed her views on the scope of entrepreneurship in Jammu and Kashmir, onboarding and mentoring entrepreneurs, adding value and marketing products nationally and internationally. She asked participating entrepreneurs to become job providers rather than job seekers. Dr. Sinha further stated that promoting the culture of entrepreneurship among the youth could make a big difference and contribute to the overall development of the economy.

Guest speakers on the occasion, including DK Singh, NIESBUD Chief Consultant, gave a detailed lecture on agripreneurship and agripreneurship opportunities, government programs and the support ecosystem for young people.

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Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce Hosts NOVA AAPI Entrepreneurship Development Forum https://shiawase-win.com/virginia-asian-chamber-of-commerce-hosts-nova-aapi-entrepreneurship-development-forum/ Fri, 20 May 2022 18:34:34 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/virginia-asian-chamber-of-commerce-hosts-nova-aapi-entrepreneurship-development-forum/ May is American Asian and Pacific Islander (AAPI) or “Asian Heritage Month” to recognize the contributions and influence of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to the history, culture and achievements of the states -United. VIRGINIA ASIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE and long-time government partner LOUDOUN COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT are celebrating Asian Heritage Month by hosting a […]]]>

May is American Asian and Pacific Islander (AAPI) or “Asian Heritage Month” to recognize the contributions and influence of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to the history, culture and achievements of the states -United.

VIRGINIA ASIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE and long-time government partner LOUDOUN COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT are celebrating Asian Heritage Month by hosting a special event on May 24 focusing on post-COVID opportunities and win-win communication skills.

This event is part of a series of three events hosted by the VIRGINIA ASIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE in three (3) major Virginia regions, Northern Virginia, Central Virginia, and Southern Virginia!

The AAPI Business Community and Friends Network of GREAT NORTH VIRGINIA-MID ATLANTIC REGION (VA-MD-DC) are invited to attend AAPI NOVA Entrepreneurship Development Forum to learn business strategy and opportunities surrounding NOVA’s rapidly growing AAPI small business community.

THE VIRGINIA ASIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND LOUDOUN COUNTY PROUDLY PRESENTS:

AAPI NOVA Entrepreneurship Development Forum

DATE: TUESDAY 24 MAY 2022

WEATHER: 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

LOCATION: The Lakehouse Bungalow, 46116 Lake Center Plaza, Sterling, VA, 20165

REGISTRATION: https://aapinova.eventbrite.com

ATTENDANCE PRIZES FOR EVENT PARTICIPANTS ONLY:

Up to $1,000!

You are cordially invited to attend this special AAPI Business Economic Development Networking Mixer Forum, focused on learning the best marketing and communications strategies to help small businesses sustain and thrive in the competitive post-COVID marketplace.

How could these marketing and communications principles be used to do business with and in Loudoun County, one of the top-ranked business communities in the United States with one of the most vibrant Asian communities ?

Learn directly from Mr. Rick Morris, Business Development Officer representing the Loudoun County Department of Economic Development, about trends, opportunities, prominent business analysis and programs to help business owners do business in the Loundon County.

Learn about the continued growth and innovations of Loundon County’s technology sector and government initiatives to help spur the entrepreneurship that has spawned the highest concentration of data centers in the world.

You will also learn about the latest domestic and global business development opportunities in Asia and around the world.

The Forum speakers are:

My Lan Tranexecutive director of the VA Asian Chamber of Commerce will serve as moderator of the AAPI Business Forum.

Mr. Rick MorrisBusiness Liaison Officer, Loudoun County Economic Development Authority, will present the latest

economic growth with a comprehensive update on the latest national and international exports, investment projects, plans for the future and how entrepreneurs can exploit these opportunities.

Ms Rose HongPresident of Global Dragon TV, will lead a discussion focused on the critical importance of branding and communications skills to winning business and maintaining relationships.

Exhibit Table Opportunity and Sponsorship Program:

Limited exhibit tables are available for sourcing diversity leaders and service providers (from all industry sectors) interested in reaching the Asian American business community.

Sponsorship opportunities are also available. Please contact the Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce at [email protected] – Find out about sponsorship opportunities for this forum and future events.

REGISTER NOW: https://aapinova.eventbrite.com

Speaker information:

Rick Morris, Business Development Officer

Loudoun County Department of Economic Development

Mr. Rick Morris is a Business Development Officer with responsibility for leading our Site Selector Liaison Program, overseeing retail and leading strategic projects for one of the states fastest growing counties -United.

Mr. Morris has worked for technology-focused companies including Sprint, Cable & Wireless, Lockheed Martin and Motorola across market segments and industries. His background includes 23 years of deep international experience, successfully working across the globe in a variety of roles including global sales management and business development.

Mr. Morris holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland, College Park, in business administration and marketing, and an MBA from the University of Baltimore.

Rose Hong, CEO, Global Dragon TV

Rose Hong is a published author, television producer and host. She has a distinguished career in international affairs and in the federal government that spans more than 30 years.

She is the Founder/Executive Director of Global Dragon TV (www.GlobalDragonTV.com). Hong has published numerous articles in major newspapers and magazines and served as an executive producer and television host for several hundred episodes of television programs in the United States and China. She has also served on various civic and charitable boards, including Montero Medical Mission, which conducted medical and educational campaigns by sending American volunteer doctors around the world; and Medical Music Symphonic Group, which serves our nation’s veterans and international medical causes.

About the Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce

The Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce (VACC) was established in 2004 to promote, advance and encourage domestic and international commerce.

As the voice of Asian American businesses in Virginia, Maryland, the District of Columbia, the Carolinas, Georgia and Alabama, the Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce is the nation’s premier Asian Chamber of Commerce with a successful track record in enhancing the competitiveness of our growing membership in the Mid-Atlantic and Southern United States.

For more information, please visit: http://aabac.org.

For media inquiries, please contact the Media Department, Global Dragon TV at [email protected]

Media Contact
Company Name: World Dragon Television
Contact person: Media department
E-mail: Send an email
Call: 1-703-901-6588
Address:10329 Path of Democracy
City: Fairfax
State: Virginia
Country: United States
Website: http://www.globaldragontv.com

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Business Loan Requirements: How to Obtain One https://shiawase-win.com/business-loan-requirements-how-to-obtain-one/ Tue, 17 May 2022 04:12:33 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/?p=284 Taking out a business loan which is available via greendayonline.com to meet payroll or acquire inventory can give funding to assist you through tough times, boost your cash flow, or help you develop your firm. While each lender has its criteria, particular standard business loans must keep in mind as you apply. 1. Credit Scores […]]]>

Taking out a business loan which is available via greendayonline.com to meet payroll or acquire inventory can give funding to assist you through tough times, boost your cash flow, or help you develop your firm.

While each lender has its criteria, particular standard business loans must keep in mind as you apply.

1. Credit Scores for Businesses and Individuals

When you apply for a business loan, the lender will often look at both your personal and business credit ratings to determine the risk you represent. While a low personal credit score might harm your approval prospects, a high personal credit score can increase your chances of approval and help you achieve a cheaper interest rate.

What constitutes a good or poor personal credit score varies according to the credit scoring algorithm and internal rules. One of the most extensively used credit scoring models, FICO measures creditworthiness on a scale of 300 to 850. While a score of less than 580 is deemed poor, at least 670 is considered acceptable.

While minimum credit score criteria vary by lender, some internet lenders may accept you for a business loan with as little as a 500 personal credit score. However, a typical lender, such as a bank may need a minimum credit score of 680.

As with personal credit ratings, what constitutes a good or negative corporate credit score varies according to the credit scoring methodology. The (D&B) Dun & Bradstreet PAYDEX score, one of the most widely used corporate credit rating models, spans from zero to one hundred. An excellent business credit score is between 80 and 100; a negative business credit score is between 0 and 49.

2. Annual Revenue and Profitability of the Business

Lenders often need a minimum yearly income level, and some require a minimum monthly revenue level. A lender will require bank records and income tax returns from your company to verify its profits. You may submit your bank statements manually or, if accessible, enable a lender to connect to your bank and examine them for you.

Additionally, some lenders may need to view your profit and loss figures to verify whether you have a sufficient positive cash flow to repay the loan.

3. Duration of Business

Businesses with a more extended history of business have a better probability of loan acceptance. While minimum time requirements vary per lender, it is usual for conventional lenders to ask that you have been in the company for at least two years. Applicants to online lenders are often required to have been in the company for at least six months.

This criterion, however, may change based on the form of company funding. For instance, when it comes to invoice factoring, which is selling unpaid invoices to a factoring firm, a lender may demand that you have been in business for no more than three months.

4. Debt-to-Gross Domestic Product Ratio

Specific lenders will examine your debt-to-income (DTI) ratio to decide if you can afford the further debt. Your DTI ratio compares your monthly debt to your gross monthly income.

The DTI ratio is calculated by dividing your monthly debt by your gross income. If your monthly loan payment is $10,000 and your gross monthly income is $20,000, your DTI ratio is 50% ($10,000/$20,000).

A higher DTI ratio indicates a riskier borrower. Since lenders have varied minimum DTI requirements, it’s best to keep your DTI below 43%.

5. Debt repayment Ratio of Coverage

Another ratio used by specific lenders is the debt-service coverage ratio (DSCR), which compares your business’s yearly net operating income to its total debt. Bear in mind that annual net operating income refers to profits before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA).

Divide your business’s EBITDA by its total yearly debt to get your DSCR. For example, if an organization’s EBITDA is $100,000 and its annual total debt (including the business loan you are requesting) is $80,000, the DSCR is 1.25 ($100,000/$80,000). A ratio more significant than one indicates to a lender that your organization will likely have sufficient revenue after costs.

Although DSCR criteria vary per lender, SBA loans in the United States demand a DSCR of at least 1.15.

6. Security for Secured Loans

Lenders give business loans on both an unsecured and secured basis. With a secured loan, you must pledge valuable assets as security that the lender may seize if you fail.

Collateral requirements vary by loan type. For example, you may get financing to acquire a company asset, such as equipment, a commercial car, or commercial real estate. In such a case, the collateral would be the support received. This implies that if you acquire business equipment, such as a printer, the printer will act as collateral.

Additionally, some lenders may need a personal guarantee, which means you agree to repay the loan with your assets if the firm defaults.

7. Your Industry Is Vital

Your industry also plays a role in determining whether you qualify for a loan. Each sector has a unique risk profile, and specific lenders are prohibited from lending to particular industries, such as adult entertainment, gaming, and not-for-profit organizations. Before applying, contact the lender to confirm if your sector is eligible.

8. Business Strategy

Specific lenders, mainly if you are a startup, may need you to provide your business plan, which may contain the following:

  • Financial forecasts
  • The funding will be used for the following purposes:
  • Prospects for the industry
  • Analyses of competitors

Your plan should clarify how you expect to utilize the loan money and provide a five-year cash flow, income, and cost estimate. If you’re confused about how to construct a business plan, the SBA’s website has example business plans.

Commonly Required Documents for Business Loans

Gather the essential documentation before applying for a small business loan. A lender will almost certainly need any or all of the following:

  • Account statements
  • Individual and corporate income tax returns
  • Licenses and permissions for businesses
  • Identification Number for Employees (EIN)
  • Evidence of collateral
  • Statement of financial position
  • A copy of your business lease
  • Other debts disclosed
  • Aging of accounts due and receivable
  • Possessions and ties
  • Contracts and agreements that are legally binding
  • Your automobile driver’s license
  • Insurance policies for businesses
  • Payroll logs
  • Documents of incorporation
  • Business strategy

Before applying, examine your lender’s website and contact them to get a list of all needed papers.

The Following Steps: Determine the Type of Business Financing You Require

After learning how to apply for a business line of credit or loan, the next step is choosing the best company loan for your specific requirements. Term loans, invoice factoring, SBA loans, company lines of credit, working capital loans, and equipment financing are popular forms of small business loans.

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How will IIT Delhi’s Entrepreneurship Development Program help in setting up businesses? https://shiawase-win.com/how-will-iit-delhis-entrepreneurship-development-program-help-in-setting-up-businesses/ Wed, 11 May 2022 12:40:00 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/how-will-iit-delhis-entrepreneurship-development-program-help-in-setting-up-businesses/ India’s entrepreneurial activity has witnessed unprecedented growth and development and has contributed significantly to the economic development of the country. It is the third largest source of start-ups in the world and has been ranked the second most entrepreneurial country in the world ahead of major economic powers such as the United States, China and […]]]>

India’s entrepreneurial activity has witnessed unprecedented growth and development and has contributed significantly to the economic development of the country. It is the third largest source of start-ups in the world and has been ranked the second most entrepreneurial country in the world ahead of major economic powers such as the United States, China and the United Kingdom. The Indian start-up ecosystem has grown exponentially between 2015 and 2021, recording a 9-fold increase in the number of investors; a 7-fold increase in the total financing of Start-ups; a 7-fold increase in the number of incubators.

Indian entrepreneurs have opened up new avenues of wealth creation, provided consumers with new products and services and generated jobs. They have also made optimal use of technology to enable the growth of their business models and create a market for their offerings. A fusion of innovation, human talent and technology has led to several for-profit companies that have attracted international investors and a large injection of capital in recent years.

What are the key learning outcomes of IIT Delhi Senior Executive Management Program in Entrepreneurship Development?

  • The immersive program with a consultative learning approach will help participants develop an entrepreneurial mindset and guide them with practical knowledge and essential perspectives on entrepreneurship. At the end of the programme, learners:-
  • Benefit from a well-designed platform to immerse yourself in the entrepreneurial culture and be part of the entrepreneurial ecosystem.
  • Learn how to nurture valuable business ideas and incubate and fund worthwhile business opportunities.
  • Equip yourself with ingrained skills to imagine, establish, grow and grow entrepreneurial ventures.

IIT Delhi’s Executive Management Program in Entrepreneurship Development includes:

  • Entrepreneurial ecosystem and business creation
  • Creativity, Innovation and Design Thinking
  • Marketing Management and Digital Marketing
  • Marketing research for entrepreneurship
  • Business operations and decisions
  • Strategic leadership and team management
  • Entrepreneurial finance
  • Business plan development and presentation skills
  • Funding for entrepreneurial initiatives and mentoring
  • Business laws and political regulations
  • Develop and scale up entrepreneurial ventures
  • Management of entrepreneurial failure

Who is the program for?

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  • Aspiring entrepreneurs who want to start their own business
  • Working professionals who want to be their own boss
  • Professionals such as doctors, lawyers, artists, photographers, designers, wanting to start a business
  • Graduates of engineering schools/universities, who have good skills and wish to take the start-up path
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Program Completion Certificate

At the end of the program, participants who achieve at least 60% overall marks and a minimum attendance of 60% will receive a Certificate of Completion from IIT Delhi CEP. Those who achieve less than 60% overall marks and have a minimum attendance of 60% will receive a certificate of attendance from IIT Delhi CEP.

Program Details

Starts on: June 26, 2022

Program Fee: 1,00,000 + GST

Application deadline: May 15, 2022

To learn more about the program and to apply, click here

About ITI Delhi

The Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT Delhi) is one of the initial 5 IITs established for training, research and development in science, engineering and technology in India. Established as the College of Engineering in 1961, the Institute was later declared an Institution of National Importance under the “Institutes of Technology (Amendment) Act 1963” and renamed “Indian Institute of Technology Delhi” . It was then granted Deemed University status with the power to decide its own academic policy, conduct its own examinations and award its own degrees.

Since its inception, over 48,000 students have graduated from IIT Delhi in various disciplines including engineering, physical sciences, management, and humanities and social sciences. Of these, nearly 5,070 have obtained a doctorate. The rest have earned master’s degrees in engineering, science and business administration. These alumni now work as scientists, technologists, business leaders and entrepreneurs. There are several alumni who have moved away from their original disciplines and have turned to administrative services, active politics or are with NGOs. In doing so, they have contributed significantly to nation building and industrialization worldwide.

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SEMy2030 sets new direction for development of social entrepreneurship, says PM https://shiawase-win.com/semy2030-sets-new-direction-for-development-of-social-entrepreneurship-says-pm/ Sat, 23 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/semy2030-sets-new-direction-for-development-of-social-entrepreneurship-says-pm/ KUALA LUMPUR: The recently launched Social Entrepreneurship Framework for Action 2030 or SEMy2030 provides a new national direction for the development of social entrepreneurship in Malaysia, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob has said. He said he emphasizes the development of an effective regulatory and governance framework to ensure that social enterprises operate with […]]]>

KUALA LUMPUR: The recently launched Social Entrepreneurship Framework for Action 2030 or SEMy2030 provides a new national direction for the development of social entrepreneurship in Malaysia, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob has said.

He said he emphasizes the development of an effective regulatory and governance framework to ensure that social enterprises operate with responsibility and accountability, in addition to building trust among the population and the private sector. .

The Prime Minister said that SEMy2030 sets five goals in line with the aspirations, strategies and initiatives set out under the Shared Prosperity Vision 2030, the National Entrepreneurship Policy 2030 and the 12th Malaysian Plan.

“To ensure the achievement of its policy objectives and targets, SEMy2030 has developed five strategic axes, 20 strategies and 45 initiatives. SEMy2030 has also defined new descriptions for more inclusive enterprises in line with the characteristics of social enterprises at the global level”, did he declare. said this at the launch of SEMy2030 here on Saturday (April 23).

The Minister of Entrepreneurs and Cooperative Development, Tan Sri Noh Omar, was also present.

The framework, developed by the Ministry of Entrepreneurs and Cooperatives Development (Kuskop), provides the basis for developing a comprehensive and conducive ecosystem to support the growth of social entrepreneurship in the country.

“This plan also outlines initiatives to increase awareness, reach and inculcation of a competitive and effective social entrepreneurship concept to improve the livelihoods of society.

“To ensure that social enterprises can grow and be competitive, SEMy2030 also outlines targeted strategies to build social enterprise capacity and skills,” he said.

He said this includes providing more structured training on adapting technology and digitization, expanding access to finance and financial support, and facilitating access to domestic markets. and international.

Ismail Sabri said the government, through Kuskop, will also review and improve the registration and accreditation framework for existing social enterprises to enable them to have wider access to aid and opportunities. of growth.

Tracing the history of social entrepreneurship in Malaysia, Ismail Sabri said it started in 1922 with the publication in the Gazette of the Cooperative Societies Act 1922, which was replaced by the Cooperative Societies Act 1948. cooperatives.

“Unlike the cooperative and micro, small and medium enterprise (MSME) sectors, the growth of social entrepreneurship in Malaysia is still in its infancy. Many important elements, including the regulatory framework, financial infrastructure and financial security network, have not yet been established,” he said.

He said that despite various problems and challenges, local social entrepreneurship has great potential for development and in fact, with the help of the government, several social enterprises in the country have already been successful.

Citing an example, he said that Helping Hands Penan Shop had succeeded in empowering Penan women by giving them the opportunity to generate income through the production of various handicrafts.

Another success story is MyMedikal Healthcare which provides services to less fortunate groups who had no access to healthcare services, including in Sabah.

“The government is aware of the potential and important role of social entrepreneurship in the socio-economic growth of the country. In this regard, a long-term national policy and goal should be formulated.

“Social enterprises should continue to be empowered and their role strengthened to face unexpected challenges and changes, in addition to elevating their performance to the next level according to the needs and demands of society and the environment,” said he declared.

Ismail Sabri urged all parties interested in the development of social entrepreneurship, especially public and private agencies, social impact investors and companies, to continue their strong support, cooperation and commitment.

He also hoped that more of the younger generation, especially young people and graduates, as a support group, would pool their ideas and resources to strengthen social entrepreneurship in Malaysia.

“I hope that by 2030, social enterprises will be recognized as an important contributor to the development of a prosperous, inclusive and sustainable Malaysia,” he added. – Bernama

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Ismail Sabri: SEMy2030 sets a new direction for the development of social entrepreneurship https://shiawase-win.com/ismail-sabri-semy2030-sets-a-new-direction-for-the-development-of-social-entrepreneurship/ Sat, 23 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://shiawase-win.com/ismail-sabri-semy2030-sets-a-new-direction-for-the-development-of-social-entrepreneurship/ KUALA LUMPUR (April 23): The New Social Entrepreneurship Framework for Action 2030 or SEMy2030 provides a new national direction for the development of social entrepreneurship in Malaysia, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob has said. He said he emphasizes the development of an effective regulatory and governance framework to ensure that social enterprises operate […]]]>

KUALA LUMPUR (April 23): The New Social Entrepreneurship Framework for Action 2030 or SEMy2030 provides a new national direction for the development of social entrepreneurship in Malaysia, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob has said.

He said he emphasizes the development of an effective regulatory and governance framework to ensure that social enterprises operate with responsibility and accountability, in addition to building trust among the population and the private sector. .

The Prime Minister said that SEMy2030 sets out five goals in line with the aspirations, strategies and initiatives set out under the Shared Prosperity Vision 2030, the National Entrepreneurship Policy 2030 and the 12th Malaysia Plan.

“To ensure the achievement of its policy objectives and targets, SEMy2030 has developed five strategic axes, 20 strategies and 45 initiatives. SEMy2030 has also defined new descriptions for more inclusive enterprises in line with the characteristics of social enterprises at the global level”, did he declare. added.

He said so at the SEMy2030 launch here on Saturday (April 23). The Minister of Entrepreneurs and Cooperative Development, Tan Sri Noh Omar, was also present.

The framework, developed by the Ministry of Entrepreneurs and Cooperatives Development (KUSKOP), provides the basis for developing a comprehensive and conducive ecosystem to support the growth of social entrepreneurship in the country.

“This plan also outlines initiatives to increase awareness, reach and inculcation of a competitive and impactful concept of social entrepreneurship to improve the livelihoods of society.

“To ensure that social enterprises can grow and be competitive, SEMy2030 also outlines targeted strategies to build social enterprise capacity and skills,” said Ismail Sabri.

He noted that this includes providing more structured training on adapting technology and digitization, expanding access to finance and financial support, and facilitating access to domestic markets and international.

Ismail Sabri said the government, through KUSKOP, will also review and improve the registration and accreditation framework for existing social enterprises to enable them to have wider access to aid and opportunities. of growth.

Tracing the history of social entrepreneurship in Malaysia, the Prime Minister said it started in 1922 with the publication in the Gazette of the Cooperative Societies Act 1922, which was replaced by the Cooperative Societies Act 1948. cooperative societies.

“Unlike the cooperatives and micro, small and medium enterprise sectors, the growth of social entrepreneurship in Malaysia is still in its infancy. Many important elements, including the regulatory framework, financial infrastructure and financial security network, have yet to be put in place,” he said.

He noted that despite various problems and challenges, local social entrepreneurship has great potential for development and in fact, with the help of the government, several social enterprises in the country have already been successful.

Citing an example, he said that Helping Hands Penan Shop had succeeded in empowering Penan women by giving them the opportunity to generate income through the production of various handicrafts.

Another success story is MyMedikal Healthcare which provides services to less fortunate groups without access to healthcare services, including in Sabah.

“The government is aware of the potential and important role of social entrepreneurship in driving the socio-economic growth of the country. In this regard, a long-term national policy and objective should be formulated.

“Social enterprises should continue to be empowered and their role strengthened to face unexpected challenges and changes, in addition to elevating their performance to the next level according to the needs and demands of society and the environment,” said he added.

Ismail Sabri urged all parties interested in the development of social entrepreneurship, especially public and private agencies, social impact investors and companies, to continue their strong support, cooperation and commitment.

He also hopes that more of the younger generation, especially young people and graduates as a support group, would pool their ideas and resources to strengthen social entrepreneurship in Malaysia.

“I hope that by 2030, social enterprises will be recognized as an important contributor to the development of a prosperous, inclusive and sustainable Malaysia,” he stressed.

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