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November 26, 2021 Friday 12:44:22 PM IST

Indian School of Business Inviting application for Aspiring Entrepreneurs


The programme’s first cohort is opening 25 seats for the early idea stage . Application intake will be open till December 31, 2021, and the cohort is scheduled to commence in February 2022. Application is open for – students, working professionals, and aspiring entrepreneurs; individuals with early-stage ideas (with or without a prototype); sector agnostic – tech & non-tech, high impact ideas.  

The programme is designed to offer interactive capacity building modules with expert mentorship and handholding support while aspiring entrepreneurs run structured experiments to validate their ideas and refine business strategies



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