Pre Incubation Program for Tribal Women Entrepreneurs
Bala Vikasa Center for Social and Responsible Business in collaboration with We Hub fecilitated Pre Incubation workshops for tribal women aspiring entrepreneurs of Eturnagaram, Utnoor and Bhadrachalam mandals of Telangana. The project is primarily focused on helping aspiring women entrepreneurs to understand the strategies to transform their idea into a minimal viable product, marketing strategies and finance management.
The program includes a series of workshops on various topics spread across for a period of three months. About 100 women entrepreneurs enrolled in the program from each of the program implementing areas. During the workshop, the participants are encouraged to practice all the concepts and strategies through various activities.
Bala Vikasa Center for Social and Responsible Business (BVCSRB) was founded in 2014. It is a center for responsible entrepreneurship that functions as a platform for mutually enriching partnerships between the corporates, entrepreneurs, and society. It aims to assist and uplift the social/impact startups that are working towards the betterment of the communities via their projects.
BVCSRB promotes integrated incubation and a customized social and business environment. It actively supports social innovation and collaborative partnerships to help achieve a larger impact. It also helps businesses in creating effective CSR strategies and meaningful programs.
The parent organization of BVCSRB is SOPAR that is based in Canada and the Indian limb of the organization is popular as Bala Vikasa, headquartered in the Warangal district of Telangana. SOPAR-Bala Vikasa has been diligently devoted to sustainable development in India.
About We Hub
WE Hub (Women Entrepreneurs Hub) is India’s first and only State led Incubator to promote and foster women entrepreneurship by way of Incubation, provide access to Government and create a Global collaborative network for Women led Enterprises to thrive.
WE Hub works with the mission to ensure that all women entrepreneurs in the country have access to technical, financial, governmental and policy support required to start-up, scale up, sustain and accelerate with global market access.