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Weekend filled with fun, learning and engaging activities at the first boot-camp of India’s Future Tycoon - the first ever business and entrepreneurship platform that has been designed to attract great minds to present their ideas.



The children from various schools in the city had gathered up for taking their ideas from an essay to a startup plan. They were given an opportunity to explore the exciting world of entrepreneurship and showcase their ideas about ventures, improvise on it, get trained by the experts and helping them transform the same into an actual business model.



The boot-camp started with Mr Sushil Mungekar, Founder & CEO, Enpower breaking a stereotype of equating entrepreneurs to businessperson. He built a canvas for students about how entrepreneurship is far more encompassing on solving people’s problems by actively pursuing opportunities than mere profit motives. Participants were explained entrepreneurship mindset through a team building game of a human version of Minesweeper to realize why this mindset is important for every individual in modern times.



This entrepreneurial challenge is inspired from UN’s 17 goals of sustainable development. Four themes chosen are No Poverty, Zero Hunger, Good Health and Well-Being, Quality Education and Clean Water and Sanitation.



Speaking at the boot camp, Mr Sushil Mungekar explains the journey of a startup as, “It all starts with ‘empathy’ and searching your passion in providing a solution to someone’s problem. More critical and widespread the problem is, bigger Founder & CEO, Enpower breaking a stereotype of equating entrepreneurs to businessperson. He built a canvas for students about how entrepreneurship is far more encompassing on solving people’s problems by actively pursuing opportunities than mere profit motives. Participants were explained entrepreneurship mindset through a team building game of a human version of Minesweeper to realize why this mindset is important for every individual in modern times.



This entrepreneurial challenge is inspired from UN’s 17 goals of sustainable development. Four themes chosen are No Poverty, Zero Hunger, Good Health and Well-Being, Quality Education and Clean Water and Sanitation.



Speaking at the boot camp, Mr Sushil Mungekar explains the journey of a startup as, “It all starts with ‘empathy’ and searching your passion in providing a solution to someone’s problem. More critical and widespread the problem is, bigger and sustainable the venture would be. Good entrepreneurs focus on making their ventures more sustainable than dreaming about profits. They also learn from their own mistakes, dare to manage risk and failures, explore collaborative opportunities and always have higher ned for achievement.”



The boot camp is an intense live simulation that gives exposure to young teens, aged 13 -17 years on how to refine their ideas into a venture. These bright stalwarts will be trained under the guidance of WeSchool’seCell students. They will also be mentored and judged by venture capitalists from Aavishkaar, a firm that recognizes talent from underdeveloped regions in India and helps them nurtures and capitalize it to be sustainable in work environment.  


 
 
 

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