Techpreneur

Nurture Talent Academy today announced its series of workshops named Techpreneur to impart entrepreneurship and technology skills among Indian students. The program will be held for one week each in four cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Hyderabad. Venture capitalists, angel investors and successful entrepreneurs will be invited as experts for the program.

The aim is to train students on the basics ofbusiness plan and starting a technology venture. Each session will be having interactive exercises,business plan templates and dialogue with experienced experts. Amit Grover, Founder of Nurture Talent said, “In 2 years of my journey as an entrepreneur, I have seen the potential of Indian students closely. Given the right information, awareness and knowledge, they can do wonders and achieve their dreams at an early age. They have the potential to creat the next Apple, Facebook or Instagram”. Nurture Talent has conducted over 200 workshops across 68 cities attended by over 10000 students, professionals and entrepreneurs.

The objective of Techpreneur is to motivate the students to solve the key problems, generate ideas and build small prototype during the programs and train the students to take up entrepreneurship as a career option. This will also help students to learn how to make rapid prototypes, LEAN STARTUPmethodology, mentoring on ideas, making minimum viable product during the program itself. The best students will get one month Internship opportunities in startups like Ixigo, Myntra, Pristine and many more startups across India. For more details, you can visit this link

 


About the Author

Amit Grover, founder of AHAtaxis.com, is an IIT Delhi and IIM Indore alumnus, having more than 12 years of industry experience. He started Nurture Talent Academy, and earlier worked with Infosys, Asian Paints, Onida and Mumbai Angels. He regularly blogs on www.amitgrover.co.in. AHA Taxis, his recent venture, offers one way outstation travel across India.

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