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STARTUP JGU EXPERT TALK SERIES ON “ Successful Entrepreneur Skills” BY Ms. VANDANA TOLANI, FOUNDER CEO AT CONVANTO

FEB 4, 2022

Ms Tolani discussed how startup funding space is evolving in India and how to pitch your business idea, traits of a successful entrepreneur and how women entrepreneurs can manage work-life-balance. Find out more details of the talk here: https://youtu.be/ZnaLzzH4-d0

DEAN OF JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL, PROFESSOR (DR.) MAYANK DHAUNDIYAL, ALUM SERIES WITH MR. VISHAL SINGH, CEO (HEMPLOOM) AND MR. PULKIT JAIN CEO (CITILAD LIFESTYLE)

FEB 2, 2022

The Student Alumni Relationship Committee recently organised the JGBS DEAN- ALUM Series interview with alumni Vishal Singh and Pulkit Jain, BBA (honrs.) program, class of 2019 in conversation with Dr. Mayank Dhaundiyal, DEAN JGBS. During the interaction Vishal shared his inspiring journey as the founder/CEO of ‘Hemploom’. Further Pulkit, the man behind ‘Citilad Lifestyle’, has also insightfully exchanged his ideas on business with the Dean. Today they are among the very few to be listed in the 30 under 30 Indian entrepreneurs.

STARTUP JGU EXPERT TALK SERIES ON “ StartUp Funding” BY Mr. TUSHAR KANSAL, FOUNDER CEO AT KANSALTANCY VENTURES

JAN 19, 2022

Mr. Tushar discussed why it is valuable to have your own business then a job and how Venture Capital investments can be made and attracted for your own business idea. Find out more details of the talk here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-M5tLnOUe4

DEAN OF JINDAL GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOL, PROFESSOR (DR.) MAYANK DHAUNDIYAL, alum series WITH MR. sukant arora, associate director (Share India securities ltd.) cofounder & CEO (quantilya capital)

OCT 28 2021

The Student Alumni Relationship Committee recently organised the JGBS Dean Series interview with Mr. Sukant Arora, JGBS alum, MBA class of 2012.  The interview was taken by Prof. Mayank Dhaundiyal and focused on the dynamics and scope of trading in derivatives and the role of JGBS during the formative years of any student, where Sukant explained how JGBS has been transformational in building his professional life.

The workshop covered topics such as a) what is asset valuation b) how to value a startup b) different methods to value startups c) stages of a firm’s life cycle and valuation d) how startup valuation is different than the valuation of an established firm.

Dean of Jindal Global Business School, Professor (Dr.) Mayank Dhaundiyal,Weekend conversation with Mr. Paramdeep Singh Anand, CEO FieldAssist, on “Becoming an Entrepreneur: Expectations Vs. Reality”

Oct 9 2021, 

Mr. Paramdeep Singh Anand started his entrepreneurial journey early on and founded Param Health Foods in 2006 when he was still in his final year of mechanical engineering. He bagged numerous laurels and appreciation for the initiative and was the “first student graduate incubate of the Technology Business Incubator” at his university. Mr. Paramdeep Singh Anand is currently the CEO of FieldAssist, India’s leading B2B sales automation platform, empowering the sales teams of various organizations to measure the right metrics, thereby providing an in-depth analysis and helping them make the right strategic decisions. With his astute leadership he has grown the business to a whole new horizon of success. FieldAssist is now a million-dollar enterprise growing at more than 100% YoY and currently serving more than 450+ enterprise consumer goods brands in India & abroad.

SECAP: Social Entrepreneurship Challenge in the Asia Pacific

Jan18-29 2021 

SECAP was a two-week international innovation challenge and cross- university elective collaboration with Monash University in Melbourne, Australia; Atma Jaya University in Indonesia and industry partner Maker’s
Asylum in India from 18 to 29 January 2021.

Students worked with 20 industry experts and mentors and attended workshops on the Sustainable Development Goals, Design Thinking, problem and solution development, frugal innovation, assumption testing, prototyping with Figma and MIT Inventor, and storytelling. The program drew mentors and experts from each of the represented countries and the US, France, and China.

Nearly 100 students from Indonesia, India, and Australia were chosen to participate and receive course credit in their respective universities. 30 students represented JGU at SECAP. The truly global program placed each student in a mixed university team to collaborate and find innovative solutions to some of the most pressing global social and environmental challenges.

CHALLENGES

Ecosystem Activities & Challenges

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CISCO Global Problem Solver Challenge

$1 Million Dollar Prize LEARN MORE

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Emzingo Women's International Social Impact Weekend

For students and founders from India, Brazil, South Africa, US, Europe and Cameroon. 

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Rice Business Plan Competition

Where more than 40 select student-led, early-stage companies can pitch their ventures. More than $1 million in prizes are up for grabs. The competition, entering its 21st year, gives collegiate entrepreneurs real-world experience to pitch their startups, enhance their business strategy and learn what it takes to launch a successful company. LEARN MORE

TECHSPARKS

Startup JGU sent 10 students to AWS’s TechSparks 2020!

My biggest learning after hearing the learned people would be that, one should be confident about what he is doing and should do a thorough study about the venture a person is entering into. If an entrepreneur is clear in his ideas and knows how to execute, there are many investors waiting to invest in the new idea and therefore funding is not an issue. What I feel is I lack on the ideation stage, i.e. on what things I have to be ignorant and or what things I have to find a solution of and capitalize on the situation. I really loved the line mentioned by Mr. Saurabh , VP of Paytm that, “ For a Businessman 1+1 = 2 whereas it’s 11 for an Entrepreneur.

Saurabh Mittal

Long term vision and institutional development is important to develop. India is a great market to startup a business, if a person can build in the Indian market they can build in any market. Build in the community and for the community. Build Indian ethos. Build sustainable environment. Persistence is most important value for entrepreneurs. Persistence is boring but trying helps to improve. It is tough to be persistent, so an entrepreneur requires constant motivation. For this they should keep on doing things that provide them motivation.

Zenia Garg

 During the event, I was fortunate to hear Anu Hariharan, partner – Y combinator continuity fund. Through her, I got to know how important it is to be optimistic and how each challenge, especially in our Indian education system, prepares us for the future. I learned how important it is to have clarity of thought while starting a startup, and how one’s confidence in one’s product is equally important for its success.

Akriti Sharma

One of the speakers that I found interesting was Byju Raveendran, Me being a user of his service, found it very interesting when he gave his insights into online learning and into EdTech industry as a whole. In his speech he said that if you say that you’ve succeed, then its game over, as you have to keep improving.

Archana Vohra talked about how Facebook is helping MSMEs by providing the necessary skills, training, financial support and so on. And how Facebook went from being an app for posting pictures to people using it for building and growing their businesses.

Neha Achu Zachariah