Mentoring Startup Entrepreneurs Daily update ⋅ January 18, 2018


Paul Kenny: from entrepreneur to investor to mentor

Paul Kenny won the Arabian Business Start Up ‘Mentor of the Year’ award. “Most people don’t pre-validate their business and establish if their business is worth doing, especially in sectors such as e-commerce. If the market is not that big, you will find it hard to show investors how they will get their …
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Sputnik ATX Announces Its First Class of Startups

Unlike many other accelerators that offer open or optional mentoring resources, the Sputnik ATX program highly tailors its mentoring to focus on helping entrepreneurs increase product-market fit and increase sales. At the end of the curriculum, the participating startups have the opportunity to present to …
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PM Modi, Netanyahu to inaugurate entrepreneurship centre in Ahmedabad

“We went to explain to the chief minister the importance of entrepreneurship, but to our surprise, it seems he had long back subscribed to the idea of entrepreneurship and start-up ecosystem for the youth,” said Parag Amin, the chief mentor of iCreate (International Centre for Entrepreneurship and …
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TiE Amaravati Chapter & Andhra Angels To Help Foster Andhra Pradesh StartupEcosystem

“To enable State of Andhra Pradesh to lead collective dream of a new India and for the development of innovation, entrepreneurship and startup culture, … in the state of Andhra Pradesh by focusing on giving a strong platform for networking, knowledge sharing and mentoring to women entrepreneurs.
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Campaign calls on Virgin Trains to create ‘Startup RailCard’ for cheaper travel

An online campaign calling on Virgin Trains and the ATOC to create a ‘Startup RailCard’, that will offer entrepreneurs cheaper travel, has been launched. … Virgin Startup, a not for profit organisation that offers mentoring and financial support to thousands of 18-30 year old entrepreneurs across the UK.
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Maharashtra Cabinet Meeting: State’s startup policy gets final clearance

The policy, in the making for a year, speaks about setting up “startup incubators” across the state to help new companies by providing workspace, mentoring, and training to help entrepreneurs grow their businesses. The policy defines startups as entities that have been registered in the last five years …
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