TATA Social Enterprise Challenge: For Indian Social Enterprises

Deadline: January 20, 2013

Do you run a promising social enterprise in India? TATA Social Enterprise Challenge is a fantastic opportunity for you and your business.

About

TATA Social Enterprise Challenge, is a joint initiative by the TATA Group and the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (IIM Calcutta) and a National Level challenge to find India’s most promising social enterprises. Also aimed at raising awareness about Social Entrepreneurship, TATA Social Enterprise Challenge aims to encourage the youth to step up to be the next generation of social entrepreneurs.

The challenge will invite social entrepreneurs from across India, who either have an early stage venture or an idea with a proof of concept. The proposed venture needs to have a sustainable business model that creates social impact. There is no restriction on the business model and it can be for-profit, not for profit
or even a hybrid model.

Benefits

– Get Mentored: India’s most renowned Social Entrepreneurs, Mentoring Partners & IIM Calcutta Faculty will mentor semi-finalists for 3 weeks.

– Get Funded: This is an opportunity to pitch to some of India’s largest Social VCs.

– Get Incubated: Winners get an opportunity to be incubated at IIM Calcutta’s Incubation Centre, to be launched with the Grand Finale of this event.

Social entrepreneurs identified through the competition will be offered mentorship support, awarded cash grants and have an opportunity to pitch for funding and incubation at IIM Calcutta.

Challenge Details

The teams are required to submit a detailed Impact Proposal for the event based on which teams will be shortlisted for a 3-week mentorship program which includes mentorship at IIM Calcutta campus.

For more information, click here.

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