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When asked about the best piece of business advice she was given while starting, writer, editor, and media entrepreneur, Tavi Gevinson says :
What a powerful thought!
All entrepreneurs possess cross-disciplinary curiosity. They have the ability to spot serendipitous opportunity as it arises as a by-product of a deliberate effort. Their life stories are a testament to the power of creativity, tenacity, and the gift of seeing rejection not as a deterrent but as a springboard for innovation.
If this sounds like you, keep reading!
We believe that entrepreneurs are not born but are nurtured and trained. This can be achieved through Entrepreneurship Development Programmes.
The meaning of an entrepreneurial development programme is simple. It is an innovative educational initiative to provide aspiring entrepreneurs with the knowledge, skills, and resources required to establish and manage a thriving business. These programs offer a holistic and comprehensive curriculum that includes instructional sessions, interactive workshops, mentorship opportunities, networking events, and access to financial support and resources.
The curriculum encompasses various aspects of entrepreneurship, including market analysis, strategic business planning, financial literacy, marketing strategies, and sales techniques, among others. The overarching objective of these programs is to equip participants with the tools and insights necessary to transform their entrepreneurial aspirations into a thriving reality.
Entrepreneurship has significantly disrupted traditional corporate models in the past 30 years, shifting the focus of innovation and growth from established corporations to startups, science parks, incubators, and accelerators. By fostering entrepreneurship, these programmes empower individuals, especially young women and men, to turn their passion, drive, and aspirations into economic contributions, thus mitigating unemployment challenges.
Additionally, entrepreneurship development programmes drive economic growth, accelerate modernisation, and contribute significantly to sustainable development and job creation.
Our nation has solidified its position as a global leader in innovation and entrepreneurship, with a burgeoning startup ecosystem ranked third in the world. Recognising the pivotal role that startups have played in propelling the Indian economy to its current status as the fifth-strongest globally, the 2023-2024 Budget strongly emphasizes harnessing technology to drive entrepreneurship and create job growth.
In India, the government has been proactive in fostering an entrepreneurial ecosystem through various initiatives. The Small Industry Services Institute (SISl), in collaboration with the Industrial Development Bank of India (IDBI), the Small Industry Development Organization (SIDO), and Technical Consultancy Organizations (TCOs), has launched Entrepreneurship Development Programmes (EDPs) to equip individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge to start and run successful businesses.
Here are a few of the most noteworthy EDPs in India:
It is a two-day initiative to identify and inspire individuals to embark on the entrepreneurial journey, specifically through establishing a Mid-Sized Enterprise (MSE).
These programmes aim to educate and engage the youth about entrepreneurship and are conducted in ITIs, Polytechnics, and other technical institutions. The curriculum is designed to encompass the various aspects of industrial activity, including project profile preparation, marketing, pricing, export opportunities, financial management, and accounting.
It is an intensive training programme that provides a comprehensive upskilling experience for prospective entrepreneurs, the existing workforce, and technicians of MSEs. The programmes are specifically tailored to the needs of socially disadvantaged groups (SC/ST, PH, and women) and are conducted in various regions across the country, including less developed areas.4.
These are short-duration training programmes aimed at enhancing the decision-making abilities of existing, aspiring, and potential entrepreneurs, resulting in improved productivity, efficiency, and profitability. The curriculum is industry-driven and can be customised to meet the unique needs of the attendees.
Entrepreneurship, as a dynamic and adaptable force, presents a unique opportunity to navigate the complexities of the post-COVID-19 world. By embracing risk and identifying new opportunities, entrepreneurs expand the options available to society as it strives towards a more sustainable, equitable, and resilient future.
Therefore, Atria actively fosters a culture where entrepreneurial learning is pervasive. Our focus is on equipping future leaders with soft and core skills, including problem-solving; team-building; and transversal competencies – such as learning to learn, social and civic responsibility, initiative-taking, and cultural sensitivity. We are training Beyonders to be at the vanguard of spurring new economic growth and address novel challenges the world faces.
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