Girls in Tech India is hosting the ‘First Ever Entrepreneur Basics Boot Camp’ at Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, India
The event combines powerful curriculum developed in partnership with Change Catalyst and inspired by curriculum as taught at Stanford D School, mentoring through the event by highly experienced mentors and judging of participants on last day.
A unique Three-day Workshop from March 15-17, 2016.
Time : 9 a.m to 5 p.m
Deadline for registrations is March 10th, 2016.
Change Catalyst, Zana (World’s first virtual incubator), IBM, Automattic, LoopUp, GoDaddy, Indian School of Business (ISB), Indian Women Network-CII, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Jobsforher, 50K Ventures, Artcafe, FTAPCCI, Edutel Technologies, Sheroes, Imwiser to name a few.
Online Registration Link: http://goo.gl/forms/35mZMuEj1K
Payment link : http://www.meraevents.com/event/Entrepreneur-Basics-Boot-camp-Curriculum
For students: Rs. 1500 (Registrations closed for students)
Members and Partners: Member exclusive fee applicable on participant fee
Points to note : Participants shall be provided with certificate of completion, Lunch and event materials
Participants: Women Entrepreneurs, Aspiring Women Entrepreneurs, Women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics), women aspiring to take up STEM, professional women, working professionals, returning mothers, women restarting their careers and students.
*Pre-registration is a must.
” Girls in Tech India – Entrepreneur Basics Boot – camp (Curriculum as Taught at Stanford D School) “
Uniqueness of the Program:
1. Teams will be formed on the first day.
2. Highly experienced, skilled, talented Mentors from different fields shall be interacting with teams to provide an in-sight to the teams
3. Teams to pitch and judged on the final day – Awards given and judging by High-Tech companies
Day 1: Ideas & Validation
Experience firsthand the importance of testing and validation and why ideas are the easy part
Day 2: Customer Discovery
Reduce startup risk and build things people really want by interviewing customers
Day 3: Business Model Canvas
Proactively innovate on your business model because companies with great business models win every time
About the speaker: Melinda Briana Epler, Founder & CEO, Change Catalyst
Melinda Briana Epler has more than 20 years of experience elevating brands and developing business innovation strategies for social entrepreneurs, mature social enterprises, Fortune 500 companies and global NGOs.
As Founder & CEO of Change Catalyst, Melinda empowers diverse, inclusive and sustainable tech innovation through events, education and funding. Through Tech Inclusion, an initiative of Change Catalyst, she partners with the tech community to solve diversity and inclusion together. Her work spans the full tech ecosystem, from Education to Workplace, Entrepreneurship and Policy.
Melinda speaks, mentors and writes about diversity and inclusion in tech, social entrepreneurship, women entrepreneurs and investing. She is also an award-winning documentary filmmaker – her film and television work includes projects that exposed the AIDS crisis in South Africa, explored women’s rights in Turkey, and prepared communities for the effects of climate change. She has worked on several television shows, including NBC’s The West Wing.
Terms and Conditions:
1. Deadline for registrations: March 10th, 2016
2. ID card must be carried to the event
3. No swapping of registrations and fee is non-refundable
4. All three days compulsory once registered as its a continuous program
Girls in Tech India’ (GIT India) is a non-profit organization focused on the engagement, education and empowerment of women in technology and entrepreneurship.
Girls in Tech India is on web:
Venue: Khemka Auditorium, Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, India
Find the location here: CLICK HERE : Indian School of Business, Hyderabad, India