Mahindra University initiative launches pre-incubation program for aspiring entrepreneurs
Hyderabad — Mahindra University’s Mahindra e-hub initiative has launched a pre-incubation program for aspiring entrepreneurs and early-stage ventures.
The 12-week-long hands-on training program offers a structured framework that includes interactive and instructional sessions, skill-building, and insights into applying techniques to validate and refine business ideas, making them pitch-ready with a solid financial plan.
The focus of the pre-incubation program is Artificial Intelligence, AR and VR, Enterprise Tech, Fin-Tech, Green Technology, Mobility and Logistics, and other tech sectors. The program is designed to support young, English-speaking entrepreneurs between the ages of 18 to 40 years.
Early-stage start-ups, working professionals, and budding entrepreneurs registered in India or eligible to be recognised by the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) can apply for the program. It is a free program that will commence on June 10 in person. A brief overview of the program will be showcased on August 12.
“We are excited to launch the Pre-Incubation Program, which will help young entrepreneurs transform their innovative ideas into viable businesses. Through this program, we aim to provide the necessary guidance and support to enable young entrepreneurs to build sustainable and profitable ventures. At Mahindra University‘s Centre of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, we believe that innovation and entrepreneurship are key drivers of economic growth and social progress. With access to expert mentorship, resources, and a supportive community, our Pre-Incubation Program will empower the next generation of change-makers to create solutions that make a difference in the world. We can’t wait to see what our participants will achieve!” said Rajkumar Phatate Head – Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
Interested applicants can apply for the program by submitting their business idea, and the top applicants will be selected to participate in the program. Click this link to register for the program.