We are glad to announce the launch of a module for Encouraging Entrepreneurship among the students pursuing professional courses! We as academicians need to think out of the box. Now it’s time to create Employers instead of employees. The focus of the higher education institutions should not only be to arrange companies for the Internships and Final placements. This is the right time to start encouraging the students in establishing their own companies. Let’s join hands to do it together. Our elite startups mentors are always ready to help first- generation entrepreneurs to create something disruptive. https://www.mentit.org/hatchit . We are looking for leaders to lead this module with MENTit. Feel free to contact us if you want to be the leader for HATCHit. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you a startup or aspire to be a startup and looking for a co-founder / Mentor or someone to help you accelerate? Execution is more important than having a brilliant idea. The idea may be unique and has some value proposition, but it needs to generate revenues soon and should be scalable. Eventually, for an idea to be successful, it needs a team. In this virtual world finding a team is possible. Let’s explore more and find like-minded people who can be your team members. HATCHit can help you in this activity. https://www.mentit.org/hatchit .
The world is full of existing and potential problems and issues. Similarly, there are multiple chances of offering many disruptive products and services! Developing countries have millions of young people who are ambitious but are not adequately skilled and have a lack of knowledge on how to be a successful entrepreneur. They have generally no option, but to work in difficult and labor-intensive environments. Instead of letting these young ones adopting short cut or resorting to unethical ways of earning, there is a need to connect them to the financially strong and ambitious individual who can work together as a team in a new or existing venture. Explore HATCHit: https://www.mentit.org/hatchit