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Looking for Incubation Support?

By September 29, 2020 No Comments

When you want to soar, you need the right wind beneath your wings.

Today, as a social entrepreneur in India, you have dozens of incubators to choose from. So how do you choose which one suits you best – the one that will bring out best in you, for you & your organisation? We asked some of our social entrepreneurs why they opted for our Incubation Program.

  1.   Apurva Kothari – Founder, No Nasties
    • Mentorship and access to industry experts across multiple disciplines.
    • The community!
    • Funds to get started out.
  2.   Purnota Dutta-Bahl – Founder, Cuddles Foundation
    • I knew nothing about Philanthropy (but knew a lot about business) so I joined as I wanted to learn.
    • I wanted a sangha ( A cohort of like-minded people)
    • The credibility that the UnLtd India brand brings to new ventures.
  3.   Pooja Chopra – Co-Founder, Khwaab Welfare Trust
    • To be a part of a network of social entrepreneurs
    • Leadership Coaching
    • Financial support
  4.   Abhishek Thakore – Founder, Blue Ribbon Movement
    • We were new, tiny and still to develop wings. We opted for Incubation support as we wanted to build on the wisdom of others
  5.   Akshat Singhal – Founder, Gender Lab
    • To strengthen our organisation’s roots & vision
    • To derive strength from a community of changemakers and learn from them
    • Critical financial support in the initial years of this journey
  6.   Henna Khan – Founder, Universe Simplified Foundation
    • As a social entrepreneur, you start with a lot of passion for the cause but you need to learn almost every other thing. Mentorship is crucial at this stage.
    • Having an incubator like UnLtd India show faith in your work is a huge boost (and validation) for any organisation just starting out. Both internally for you and externally for other stakeholders to take notice of your work.
    • In the early stages, funding support can either make or break your organisation
  7.   Sonalee Shamysundar –  Founder, Urmi Foundation
    • To gain clarity in vision
    • To scale our organisation
    • Build my leadership qualities
  8.   Tarun Bothra – Co -Founder,  Saathi
    • Network development
    • Business skills development (e.g. finance and marketing skills)
    • Access and connections to potential investors/funders

You heard it!

If you wish to be a part of our community, applications to our Jan 2021 Cohort are open.

We are looking to support innovative ideas across livelihood, skilling, health and inclusive development. Apply now

UnLtd India

UnLtd India

We find, support and grow early-stage social entrepreneurs to build high-impact organisations and grow as catalysts for social change.

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