A Social Entrepreneur – Who, What & How

Ennovent Pool member Rohit Shipstone writes about social entrepreneurs and how they are different to ‘traditional’ entrepreneurs. He observes as to what drives them and lists the key techniques needed for success. » Read more

Weekly Roundup, 26.12.2014: Driving social change through students

In this week’s roundup we focus on efforts taken by students to encourage social entrepreneurship in India. We also share expert views on social business and preview an upcoming event. » Read more

Idea to Paper – Dreams to Reality!

Digbijoy Shukla, Director – Ennovent Communities, provides key pointers on putting entrepreneurial ideas to paper, which is a rigorous task but a critical step towards success. » Read more

Weekly Roundup: 26.10.2014

Among this week’s top stories, we look at innovations in the healthcare sector in India, ventures for social causes and whether the nature of charity is changing. » Read more

Weekly Roundup: 05.10.2014

In this week’s roundup we look at toilet-building efforts across the country, Big Data opportunities in India and entrepreneurship awareness programs. » Read more

Weekly Roundup: 19.09.2014

In this week’s roundup we refer to an entrepreneurship paper published by a Think Tank, bring you an excellent innovation in the education sector and question whether students are actually learning at school. » Read more

How Social Media is Changing Mentorship

One of the places mentors make the biggest difference is when it comes to entrepreneurship. In today’s digitally-connected world, social media is used to find mentors as per business needs. » Read more

Interview with Kunal Upadhyay – Chief Executive, Centre for Innovation Incubation and Entrepreneurship

Kunal Upadhyay speaks about India’s emergence as an innovation hub along with the challenges faced by the social entrepreneurial network in the country. » Read more

How Invensis hires under-qualified people and converts it into an advantage

According to statistics, education plays an important role in enhancing employment and fighting poverty and under-qualified people are at a disadvantage when it comes to finding jobs in a tough market. Read how Invensis is changing this trend by using under-qualified employees to create a competitive advantage. » Read more

Women’s business empowered by SURE

There has been a massive growth of microfinance in India, and 85% of the poorest users of microfinance are women, with microloans giving them more economic freedom. Aiding this trend is a company called Sakhi Unique Rural Enterprises, or SURE. SURE works with women in rural areas, and empowers them as entrepreneurs to sell products in their communities. » Read more

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