IIIT-Delhi to host Innovate Delhi along with Stanford Graduate School of Business

Thursday, September 5, 2013

 

Innovate Delhi 2014

June 1 - June 22, 2014
IIIT-Delhi, New Delhi

Supported by:

Stanford Graduate School of Business
IIIT-Delhi

Innovate Delhi, a novel entrepreneurship academy funded by Stanford GSB SEED Institute and IIIT-D, will be held at the campus of IIIT-D in Okhla, New Delhi from June 1 to June 22, 2014. Innovate Delhi is a three-week intensive academy designed to help aspiring entrepreneurs in India hone their skills in innovation, venture design, and strategy.

Innovate Delhi participants will learn the latest startup frameworks from entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and faculty from leading universities.  Innovate Delhi subscribes to the idea that we learn best when we do. The Innovate Delhi curriculum is hands-on and participants will work collaboratively to develop a startup idea and have a chance to win funding.  Full details about the program can be found at http://www.innovatedelhi.com/program.

“We are very excited to offer the Innovate Delhi program to aspiring young entrepreneurs in India at IIIT-D next June”, said Dr. Sharique Hasan, Assistant Professor at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business and Innovate Delhi co-founder. “We are looking for smart, creative, and passionate men and women to participate. So, if you are passionate about startups, tech, or using your skills to design innovative products and services that millions of people will use, you should apply”.

"I am really looking forward to Innovate Delhi”, said Dr. Ponnurangam Kumagraguru, Assistant Professor at IIIT-D and co-founder of Innovate Delhi. “We are really fortunate that IIIT-D and Stanford’s SEED Institute have been able to generously support the Innovate Delhi program. It is a wonderful opportunity for young Indians that are passionate about entrepreneurship to learn from venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, and faculty as well as win some great prizes. If you have innovative ideas or have ever thought of creating your own startup, we encourage you to apply.”

“We plan to accept 300 participants, so you will get to learn from literally hundreds of other smart and creative people”, said Rem Koning, co-founder of Innovate Delhi. “The amazing connections participants will make over the three-weeks of the academy will help them in all their future entrepreneurial journeys.”

The academy expects to receive many more applications than there are spots available. Early applications are encouraged.

Applications are due by December 1, 2013.


Press Contacts

Ponnurangam Kumaraguru (INDIA)
Email: pkiiitd.ac.in
IIIT-Delhi, New Delhi, India