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IIM Bangalore ties up with Goldman Sachs

IIM Bangalore has joined hands with Goldman Sachs in order to launch programme for women entrepreneurs. Read the full news at jagranjosh.com.

Nov 15, 2016 10:02 IST
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IIM Bangalore
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IIM Bangalore has tied up with Goldman Sachs in a strategic move to launch programme for women entrepreneurs. As per the sources, this initiative aims to promote a wave of women entrepreneurship and groom leaders who are interested in commencing their own start-ups. The initiative is known as ‘Women Startup Programme’

Through this programme both IIM Bangalore (IIM-B) and Goldman Sachs will provide training to those women who have no previous entrepreneurial background and are keen on setting up ventures of their own. The Programme will enthuse aspiring entrepreneurs in-the-making to systematically think through their venture idea. It is a 5-week online course followed by a 3-week interactive boot camp sessions wherein the top-50 online participants will be able to attend it. The final level of this programme is a one-on-one Demo Day from which top-12 business ideas will be selected.

The eye candy of this initiative is that there is no programme fee for enrolling and becoming an entrepreneur. The enrolment for the programme begins from 15 November, 2016 onwards. You can register yourself by visiting this PAGE.

For more information about the Women Entrepreneurship Programme, you can visit the official website as well.

About IIM-Bangalore

IIM- Bangalore (IIMB) is a premier B-School of India which accepts CAT Score to grant admission to the MBA aspirants. The institute offers programmes such as Post Graduate Programme in Management, Post Graduate Programme in Enterprise Management and Post Graduate Programme in Public Policy & Management.

For more updates on the recent developments on IIM UPDATES, keep visiting MBA section of jagranjosh.com

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