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Syngenta Foundation India Reports Advised by GAME

Under Syngenta Foundation India’s AE Enterprise Model, rural youth working as Agri-Entrepreneurs (AEs) run sustainable businesses promoting technology driven agriculture and thus bridging the technology transfer gap. The studies (focussing on both men and women AEs) provide the characteristics of successful agri-entrepreneurs and present recommendations to enable them to grow and lead agriculture development for…

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August Newsletter

FOREWORD Three founders, four employees, three advisors, one consultant, two interns- clearly our tribe is growing. Our all-hands meetings are intense marathon affairs, hustling to be agile and in execution mode and yet the need to stop and iterate as we learn along the way. Our network of partners is growing, partners who have been…

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FUTUREPRENEURS GRAND CHALLENGE 2019

Global Alliance for Mass Entrepreneurship (GAME) and Facebook India happy to present the FUTUREPRENEURS GRAND CHALLENGE 2019. This Grand Challenge aims to identify women entrepreneurs in the Food and Beverages (F&B) sector in Bangalore with exciting and inspiring backgrounds who have overcome odds and challenges to get their businesses running. From having none to 20…

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A study on Women Homepreneurs in Pune

Women in India own and run far fewer businesses than in other countries. In addition, the female labour force participation rate in India is now amongst the lowest in the world, having slipped dramatically in the last 20 years to ~23% in 2018 as per World Bank data, with urban areas being lower that rural.…

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July Newsletter

FOREWORD Impact. We know it when we see it. We know all about how companies like Apple and Facebook have “put a dent in the universe”. Through its aim of creating 10 million Mass Entrepreneurs and 50 million jobs, GAME is working to leave its own impact on an entire generation of India. I began…

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June Newsletter

FOREWORD What does it take to empower every aspiring youth with an opportunity to start and grow an enterprise of their own? I started my entrepreneurial journey as a 21 year old final year student of mechanical engineering in Manipal, in early 2011. It was an education venture geared towards imbibing important skills such as…

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